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Allagash Curieux Ale

"Allagash Curieux was our first foray into barrel aging. Curieux is made by aging our Tripel Ale in Jim Beam bourbon barrels for eight weeks in our cold cellars. The aged beer is then blended back with a portion of fresh Tripel. The resulting beer is soft with coconut and vanilla notes, with hints of bourbon." —brewer
$19.99 $17.99 (Save $2.00)

Allagash Ganache

"The liquid equivalent of biting into a raspberry-filled dark chocolate cake. Aromas suggesting mixed berry and roasty cocoa meld with flavor notes of tart raspberry, cherry, and subtle coffee. Even without the addition of chocolate, Ganache gains its cocoa notes from a robust grain bill featuring Special B, caramel malt, raw wheat, oats, our 2-row base malt, Midnight wheat, and black malt. This dark burgundy-colored beer is fermented in stainless with both our house yeast and Brettanomyces claussenii before aging on fresh, local raspberries. No utensils necessary." —brewer
$14.99

Allagash James Bean Ale

"James Bean is a bourbon barrel aged, Belgian-style strong ale that is infused with cold press coffee, post fermentation. Coffee, vanilla and bourbon dominate the aroma. Flavors of caramel, coffee, bourbon, and oak present themselves throughout this full-bodied beer. The coffee used in James Bean is Speckled Ax, roasted right here in Maine. The beans used are Ethiopia Amaro Gayo and are known for their lush blackberry and blueberry fruit flavors." —brewer
$19.99

Allagash Pick Your Own

"Pick Your Own begins as a sour red ale that’s aged in an oak foudre with Lactobacillus and Pediococcus for two years. After adding fresh, local raspberries, cherries, strawberries, and blueberries, we age it for an additional three months. The finished beer is a vibrant, ruby red with an aroma of ripe berries and vanilla. As you might expect, berries fill the flavor. Pick Your Own finishes dry with notes of bread crust and a lingering, tart juiciness." —brewer
$15.49

Maine Beer Company A Tiny Beautiful Something

"A tiny beautiful something showcases a new hop variety, El Dorado. We brewed a pilot batch with this hop exclusively and one with it blended with some of our other favorite Northwest varieties. In the end, we decided that the El Dorado had such a unique and interesting character on its own, so we decided to brew it as a “single hop” pale ale. The aroma and flavor offer intense candied orange and citrus zest. A touch of flaked oats provide a rounded, silky mouthfeel. And like our other hoppy offerings, tiny was brewed to finish dry and clean." —brewer
$9.49

Maine Beer Company Another One

"When we expanded our brewery the stress was something to say the least. I ran out of creative juice for a minute so decided to have another one for inspiration. Another One IPA and Weez use the same hops but different malts. The result: Another One is very light in color, and Weez is very dark. Each, however, allow the hops to shine out front." —brewer
$9.49

Maine Beer Company Peeper Ale

*** Limit one bottle per customer. ***

"Our original hoppy American ale. Dry, clean, well-balanced with a generous dose of American hops. My brother and I started homebrewing in a small garage in Portland. We wanted to make some really good beer, so that we could drink it of course. One winter, after many days of brewing, our fingers numb (the garage was not heated), we decided we should begin to share. So we moved to a bigger garage (our new brewery with heat) and here it is. Cheers!" —brewer
$7.99

Maine Beer Company Woods & Waters

"We brewed this special IPA to commemorate the establishment of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. We incorporated Maine-grown barley and wheat, along with generous amounts of hops with flavors and aromas of pine and citrus, reminiscent of the outdoors. Cheers to Mother Nature and all she provides us!" —brewer
$9.49

Maine Beer Company Zoe

*** Limit one bottle per customer. ***

"David's daughter, Zoe, is the happy soul who inspired this American amber ale. Zoe was born in the Year of the Monkey, and likewise her namesake beer does not sit still on your palate with its complex malt blend that delivers hints of dark raisin, chocolate and biscuit, plus pine and citrus notes that come from copious amounts of American hops. It's a happy, hoppy beer!" —brewer
$9.49

Peak Coconut Lime Kolsch (6 x 12oz cans)

"Bringing a wave of tropical notes and a touch of citrus, this beer is beautifully designed. A crisp, bready, German-Style Kolsch serves as the foundation for this beer. Then we add a splash of organic coconut and organic lime. This Kolsch is very complex, but remarkably refreshing. It’s like we put the beach in a can. We hope you enjoy!" —brewer
$11.59 $10.79 (Save $0.80)