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  1. Allagash Oddyssey Barrel Aged 2015
  2. Allagash St. Klippenstein 2017

    Allagash St. Klippenstein 2017

    At the brewery, we celebrate St. Klippenstein day to commemorate our love of free ham, pot lucks, and strong stouts. In honor, we brewed this Belgian-style strong stout aged in bourbon barrels. Rich cocoa brown in color, the first sip of this beer opens with a complex chocolate and roasted aroma. Notes of vanilla, coconut and oak infuse the palate and lead to a smooth, warm finish. This full bodied beer is brewed with an array of dark roasted malts: dark chocolate malt, roasted barley, chocolate malt, and brown malt. After being hopped with Chinook and Northern Brewer, and fermented with a trappist-style yeast for a month in stainless, the beer spends three months aging in bourbon barrels. Learn More
    $21.98
  3. Allagash Two Lights
  4. Allagash Uncommon Crow 375ml
  5. Allagash White
  6. Almanac Cherry Picker 375ml
  7. Almanac Farmers Reserve Blackberry Ale Brewed with Blackberries and Aged in Wine Barrels

    Almanac Farmers Reserve Blackberry Ale Brewed with Blackberries and Aged in Wine Barrels

    We love blackberries. Tart, sweet and complex but guarded by thorny branches, these alluring fruit have been a favorite of ours since we added them to our very first beer. This sour blonde ale is infused with loads of coastal Blackberries from Swanton Berry Farm in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains and aged in wine barrels for many months. Pair with duck dishes and summer salads. Learn More
    $9.98
  8. Almanac Passion Project 375ml
  9. Almaza Pure Malt (DARK) Beer, Lebanon
  10. Almaza Pure Malt (DARK) Beer, Lebanon 6-pack

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