Brewery News and Beer Releases

All the happenings that we’re excited to share

Timber Point park on the waterBlogInside AllagashB CorporationBeer Releases and Brewery News
January 27, 2021

Seven of our Favorite Parks in Maine

This post contributed by Betsy Cook, Maine State Director of The Trust for Public LandWe’re all spending more time outside these days. In fact, Maine State Parks had their busiest year on record in 2020. It’s a way to safely see friends and family and soak up the health benefits of nature. At The Trust for Public Land, we believe parks are a community superpower. (more…)
Allagash WhiteBlogInside AllagashB CorporationBeer Releases and Brewery News
January 6, 2021

2020 By the Numbers

In this post, we wanted to pause and take a look back at what 2020 meant for all of us at Allagash. The common thread was most definitely perseverance in the face of challenges: whether they were facing us as a brewery or our community as a whole. We feel lucky to be able to say that we found quite a few ways to give back where we could. We hope you enjoy this look through the numbers that made 2020 what it was. And thank you, as always, for your support, and for helping us make the most of a distinctly difficult year. (more…)
2021 Allagash Beer Release CalendarBlogUpcoming ReleasesInside AllagashB CorporationBeer Releases and Brewery News
January 4, 2021

Allagash’s 2021 Beer Release Lineup

Near the the top of the list of reasons why we’re looking forward to 2021 is this very list: our 2021 beer releases. We have our first-ever year-round organic beer, we have a saison brewed with turmeric, and we have the return of some fan (and staff) favorites—plus some updated looks and formats for beers we all know and love. The best part: all of these beers will be available across our entire distribution footprint. (more…)

What about Beer?

Blogs for people interested in learning about beer.

Allagash Tripel, Curieux, and Barrel & BeanBlogInside AllagashWhat About Beer?
February 22, 2021

What’s the connection between Tripel, Curieux, and Barrel & Bean?

So what is the connection between Tripel, Curieux, and Barrel & Bean? Well, they all start out as the same beer; it’s just what we do to those beers after they’re brewed that makes all the difference. (more…)
Allagash Little Grove Peach + KombuchaBlogWhat About Beer?
February 11, 2021

How we make Kombucha

Here at Allagash Brewing Company, we have a beer called Little Grove Peach + Kombucha. We make it by brewing both beer and kombucha, and then mixing the two together. How does that work? Read on!  (more…)
Allagash Black is BeautifulBlogWhat About Beer?
November 18, 2020

What’s an Imperial Stout? And what’s an “imperial beer,” for that matter?

The term “imperial” simply refers to a big beer, both in terms of flavor and alcohol. The term is used interchangeably with “double” and “strong” to refer to any style of beer brewed with an extra dose of grains and hops to produce a higher ABV (alcohol by volume). (more…)

Beer pairing, recipes, and more

The wonderful pairing of beer, food, and good times

Allagash Little Grove and Little Leaf LettuceBlogRecipesBeer-pairing, recipes, and more
March 2, 2021

Beer Pairing – Little Grove and Soy Peach Glazed Salmon with Ginger Sesame Dressing

The pairing of salad and beer is not a conventional one. But we're here to report that, done right, it is indeed a delicious one. Below, you'll find the recipe that we've been pairing with our Little Grove beers. They're what we call sparkling fruited ales, and are brewed to be light, balanced, and refreshing (and only 100 calories per can). (more…)
Herby whipped feta and yeasted crackers with Allagash Little Grove beerBlogBeer-pairing, recipes, and more
December 18, 2020

Beer-Pairing Recipe – Yeasted Crackers, Whipped Feta, and Little Grove

This blog was contributed by our friend, Jenn Bravo (@JennifahBravo).Jennifer Bravo here! I’m a professional food photographer and recipe developer located in Portland, Maine. I’m so excited to share one of my easy recipes with you today, thanks Allagash for inviting me “over”!  (more…)
Maine the way Stargazing image - view of a fire towerBlogBeer-pairing, recipes, and more
December 3, 2020

Viewing the North Sky – A How-To

These tips and beautiful photography were all created by our friends at Maine the Way. To set the stargazing scene... Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. The brittle surface crust of the snow gives way beneath my feet, sending each footfall several inches deeper than I expect. My headlamp beam bathes a spot about five feet ahead of me in blueish-hued LED light—the rest of the world is a dark void. (more…)