Map 40, a Belgian-style stout that’s blended with cold-brewed coffee from local roaster Speckled Ax is releasing today to the brewery’s full distribution footprint.
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50 Industrial Way
Portland, ME 04103 United States
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On January 8th, Allagash Brewing Company is releasing its first non-wild, blended, barrel-aged beer. Pastiche, a limited release, will ship to the brewery’s full distribution footprint. The beer will be available in 750 mL bottles and on draft at select locations.
Sixteen Counties—a beer made with 100% Maine-grown and processed grains—will soon be available in 12 oz. bottles. This Belgian-style pale ale was previously available in 750 mL bottles, but now will only be available in 12 oz. On November 27th, it will begin shipping out to select markets from Maine to the Mid-Atlantic.
In this week’s Legislative Update: Delaware increases the state tax on alcohol; North Carolina approves the so-called ‘Brunch Bill’; 48 breweries oppose Clean Water Rule changes; and more.
The Brewers Association – a not-for-profit trade group representing the interests of small and independent U.S. craft breweries – today debuted an official “independent craft brewer seal” that it hopes brewery owners will “proudly display” on packaging, marketing materials, merchandise, websites and in taproom windows, among other places. The marker is aimed at helping drinkers distinguish between beers produced by small craft beer companies and those made by multinational corporations, such as Anheuser-Busch InBev, which has purchased 10 craft breweries since 2011.
Independence Matters. That’s the message Brewers Association CEO Bob Pease hammered home to thousands of brewers attending the first general session of the 2017 Craft Brewers Conference this morning.
Saison season has arrived. On April 8th, Allagash Brewing Company and Oxbow Brewing Company will be celebrating saisons. In homage to this style of beer’s multiplicity of different flavors, colors, and ingredients, Allagash is partnering with a selection of breweries, bars, and brewpubs that span the country.
A group of 33 craft breweries have signed a letter urging senators to vote against the confirmation of Scott Pruitt as administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Trump administration has appointed Jake Leinenkugel to serve as a senior White House advisor to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Wisconsin Distributors to Purchase River City Distributing. And more Press Clips.
Allagash Brewing Company is bringing something new to the table. For the first time since 2014, the Portland, Maine-based brewery has added a new four-pack to its year-round roster: Hoppy Table Beer. This dry hopped Belgian-style ale features a hop-forward aroma with notes of grapefruit, while flavors of pine, citrus, and stone fruit round out its finish.
As conglomerates scoop up more craft breweries, what are the ramifications for those who don’t sell out? That’s what a quartet of well-known craft brewery figureheads tried to address last week during a panel discussion at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival.
The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is pleased to announce that Allagash Brewing Company of Portland, Maine, is the recipient of the second annual NBWA Brewer Partner of the Year Award. The award was presented today during the general session of NBWA’s 79th Annual Convention, taking place September 25 – 28 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
For the first time in their two decades of brewing, Allagash Brewing Company has released a wild beer fermented with Brettanomyces yeast in a 4-pack of 12oz bottles.
Sixteen Counties will be available year-round in 750ml cork & cage finished bottles across Allagash Brewing distribution footprint, and on draft in bbl. kegs at select locations; the beer will be sold for the first time in the Allagash tasting room on Saturday, April 16. (While previous Allagash releases have shared this name, this new release is an entirely different beer.)
Year Round Beers
|Hugh Malone Ale||American IPA|
|2009 Confluence Ale||Unknown|
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