In this festive, dark-orange ale you’ll find hints of banana bread, clove, caramel, and a light hint of nuttiness in the finish. Made to celebrate the holidays in our tasting room.
Virtually every single beer* you’ve ever enjoyed can be broken into one of two main types: ale or lager. The determining factor between the two? Yeast.
There are a variety of ways to get sour flavor into a beer—and an almost endless variety of beers that you can add sourness to. To be clear, we’re honestly not the hugest fans of the term “sour beer.” For us, sour is a flavor descriptor and not a beer style. Sour beers can be dark, fruity, light, heavy, anything really. But that doesn’t answer the question: how do you make a beer sour?
What exactly is the difference between stout and porter? While there are many varieties of so-called ‘dark beer’ such as schwarzbier, Scotch ale, dark American lager etc., the broad categories of stout and porter are probably the most well known.
Long story short: because of our belief in the importance of clean water, we’re donating 10 cents from every barrel of beer we brew to Sebago Clean Waters, to help preserve clean water in our local community. In 2019, that’ll amount to around $10,000.
Allagash Brewing Co.
50 Industrial Way
Portland, ME 04103
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