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AUGUST 2021 - Allagash Brewing Company

50 Industrial Way, Portland, ME 04103

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A couple of years out of college, after attaining a degree in geology and working odd jobs in Colorado, Rob Tod was hired at Otter Creek Brewing Company, in Vermont. Initially, it was just a job, but two days after he first walked into the place, he called his parents and said, “I’m going to be a brewer for a living.” And a year later, in 1995, he moved to Portland to start Allagash Brewing Company. He began brewing a beer called Allagash White, modeled after the traditional Belgian style of wheat ale called “White Beer.” A few other brewers had tried over the previous thirty years to revive this once-extinct style before Rob Tod fell in love with it and began brewing his own version – today, Allagash White is the brewery’s most iconic and recognizable product. In 1999, head brewer Jason Perkins joined Rob Tod as Allagash’s second employee. He had started his career as a homebrewer in Montana before working as a brewer at several breweries including Gritty McDuff’s in Freeport.

Outdoor courtyard in front of a low building with silos and a sign reading "Allagash"

Today, Allagash Brewing Company produces approximately 100,000 barrels each year – nine year-round brands, plus a wide variety of special and seasonal releases. As a “Belgian-inspired” brewery, most of their beers fall into the styles traditionally brewed in Belgium and use Belgian-style yeast strains; many are also barrel-aged. Allagash also prides itself on constant innovation and creating new beers that expand the possibilities of these styles. Fittingly, some of the breweries most sought after beers are their unique wild ales – like Farm to Face (a wild ale brewed with peaches) and Coolship Red (a spontaneous beer aged with raspberries).

Allagash’s most recognizable beer brand, however, is the original Allagash White. Like traditional witbiers, their recipe includes coriander and orange peel, plus their own “secret spice.” This intentionally hazy beer has a silky, almost pillowy texture and pairs exceptionally well with a wide array of foods – including lobster rolls!

In additional to brewing unique and expertly-crafted Belgian-inspired beers, Allagash also works hard to “use beer as a force for good.” They are a Certified B Corp and were the first registered benefit corporation in Maine. As part of that mission, they give back 1% of their sales to organizations in the community that support people and our plant. They also have a current pledge to use one million pounds of Maine-grown grain – about 20% of the grain they use - per year by 2021 in order to help build agriculture in our state. One of their beers, Sixteen Counties Ale, is made entirely with local grain – look for it in our retail shop! – and the beers in the Coolship series use 95% local grain.

If you haven’t already, make time in your schedule to visit the Tasting Room at the Allagash Brewery. There, you can participate in tastings and tours, buy beer and merchandise to take home and find small-batch and brewery exclusive beers that you can’t get anywhere else. You will often find the Bite Into Maine food truck outside the Tasting Room, serving up lobster rolls, sandwiches, whoopie pies and other Maine-centric treats. Be sure to follow @allagashbrewing on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information about the Tasting Room, new releases, and special events.

You can find Allagash beer throughout 19 states and Washington, D.C., both on draft and in bottles and cans. Their distribution is too vast to list each venue here, but we encourage you to use the Beer Locator tool on their website at Allagash.com/locator.

Past Brewers

JUNE 2021 - Tumbledown Brewing

805 Farmington Falls Rd | Unit #7 | Farmington, ME 04938
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Tumbledown Brewing logo

Tumbledown Brewing was founded by Matthew Swan, who developed his skills as a homebrewer while working a day job at the local hearth and sports store. After 10 years and much peer pressure from friends and family, he decided to pivot and start his own brewery in Farmington, ME.

Today, Tumbledown produces around 200 barrels per year, with 6-8 staple varieties and rotating special brews. In the winter, be sure to seek out their popular seasonal offering, Dawn Patrol Coffee Porter! One of most popular beers is Tumbledown Red, a drinkable 5.6% ABV red ale with mild hoppiness – this delicious brew pairs well with many foods and is available year-round. Tumbledown strives to offer a wide array of beers to please all types of customers – you’ll find a well-rounded menu that includes several different styles each time you visit their tap room. Each beer that they brew is named after a local landmark or something that is important to the owners and employees – like biking, skiing or fishing.

Notably, nearly 90% of the grain Tumbledown uses is grown in Maine, including Pale Malt from Maine Malt House and specialty malts from Blue Ox Malt House. They also use Cascade hops from Maine in their 207 Pale Ale.

Two 4-packs of beer cans in front of a patio with wood picnic tables and a food truck called White Fox.

The Tumbledown tap room in Farmington, ME is worth a visit anytime – located right on Route 2 and 27, it is easy to get to year-round. Relax on the patio with your family, friends, or pup (they are dog-friendly!) or stop in for a quick drink on your way to one of the many nearby recreational opportunities. Tumbledown features food trucks at their tap room on the weekends, but also encourages you to pick up take-out at a local restaurant and enjoy it in their space – coordinate your take-out plans with their summer music schedule for a memorable night out!

Looking for Tumbledown beer? Of course, your first stop should be their own tap room! But, if you’re not in the area, you can find their beers across the state in the following retail outlets:

  • Craft Beer Underground – Auburn, ME
  • The Vault – Lewiston, ME
  • Bow Street Beverage – Portland, ME
  • Oak Hill Beverage – Scarborough, ME
  • R.S.V.P. Discount Beverage – Portland, ME
  • Flagstaff General Store – Stratton, ME
  • Fotter’s Market – Stratton, ME
  • Oquossoc Grocery – Oquossoc, ME
  • Pines Market – Eustis, ME
  • Rangeley IGA – Rangeley, ME
  • Skoolhouse Variety – Weld, ME
  • Mainely Provisions – Kingfield, ME
  • Food City Farmington – Farmington, ME
  • Valley Brook Variety – Avon, ME
  • Damon’s Beverage & Redemption – Waterville, ME
  • Damon’s Beverage & Redemption – Augusta, ME
  • Days Store – Belgrade Lakes, ME
  • Wayne General Store – Wayne, ME
  • Bethel Beverage Company – Bethel, ME
  • Mountain Valley Variety – Rumford, ME

JULY 2021 - Bateau Brewing

149 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 Visit Bateau Brewing on Facebook

You’ll find Bateau Brewing in a historic mercantile building in downtown Gardiner, perched above the Kennebec River. Though the brewery itself is relatively new, the idea for a new craft brewery in Gardiner came about nearly six years ago; at the time, founders Steve and Matt couldn’t find the perfect location and the idea was tabled. In 2019 the stars aligned, Jim and Chad joined the team of founders, and Bateau Brewing was born.

The brewery is a passion project for its founders, all of whom still hold their “day jobs” and work together as a team to manage daily operations and scale production. Currently, they brew 12 regular brews plus seasonal specialties – a total of around 250 barrels per year – but are continually growing.

Bateau Brewing’s most popular variety is the 220 Maine IPA – available in our tasting room throughout July – which they describe as their idea of a perfect Maine IPA. With hints of pineapple and a dry, sweet finish, the 220 is a year-round staple. Also available in our tasting room throughout the month is the CrowHawk, a malt-forward Irish Red Ale with strong “upta camp” vibes. This brew is a favorite of both Maine Tasting Center staff and Bateau’s founders, who describe it as “about as perfect as a beer can get.” They’re not wrong!

Row of brick buildings with a hanging sign reading "Bateau Brewing"

One thing that sets Bateau Brewing apart is their scientific approach to the water they use in their beer. They use a reverse osmosis system to create perfect, pure water and then add minerals in specific quantities back to the water prior to brewing. This approach allows them to precisely control the texture and mouthfeel of the water and how it interacts with the other ingredients and flavors in the beer. By making small adjustments to the mineral concentrations in their water, they can change and improve a beer without even having to add or change the ingredients.

It is well worth your time to make a trip to the Bateau Brewing tasting room in Gardiner, just 30 minutes from Maine Tasting Center. In addition to sampling their many available beers, you can beat a chill by the giant stone fire pit, kick back in an Adirondack chair to watch the sturgeon leap from the water, enjoy artwork by local artists, or grab a bite to eat from the permanent food truck (Millers Pride). It’s a great place to relax in a beautiful and historic setting.

Of course, their tasting room is also a great place to stock up on cans of your favorite Bateau Brewing beer! You can also find their brews in cans at the following locations throughout the state:

  • Maine Tasting Center – Wiscasset, ME (July 2021)
  • Cobbossee Beverage - Farmingdale, ME
  • Goggin’s IGA - Randolph, ME
  • Lighthouse Wine & Seafood - Manchester, ME
  • Tess’ Market - Brunswick, ME
  • Now You’re Cooking - Bath, ME
  • Bootlegger’s Beverage Warehouse - Topsham, ME
  • Bow Street Market - Freeport, ME
  • Bow Street Beverage - Portland, ME

Future Brewers

SEPTEMBER 2021 - Cushnoc Brewing Co.

Stay tuned for more info!

OCTOBER 2021 - Island Dog Brewing

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