Craft Beer

Now On Tap: Allagash Brewing Company Sun Drift

We are happy to have this limited release from Allagash on tap at the Tavern. A little sunshine to brighten up these cold winter days. Stop in today to try it before it’s gone.

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Brewer Notes

As winter rolls on, we’re excited to announce a little ray of sunshine we’re calling Sun Drift. Sun Drift is brewed with lemon zest, fermented with Brettanomyces yeast, and then blended with black tea.

“This beer’s flavor goes beyond the sum of its ingredients,” says our Brewmaster Jason Perkins. Lemon zest imparts a slightly tart note that’s accompanied by the medley of funky tropical fruit flavors created by the Brettanomyces yeast. After brewing, the beer is blended with Fair Trade Yunnan Black tea from Little Red Cup, of Brunswick, ME. The result evokes the refreshing combination of lemonade and tea, all cruising on a layer of fruit-filled aromatics.

If it sounds like a summer-y beer, that’s because it kinda is. During more than a few long winters, we found ourselves wanting to enjoy a beer that’s light and refreshing. In fact, Mainers are well known for enjoying themselves despite the weather: think, surfing in winter. So we brewed Sun Drift with the idea that it would conjure a little taste of summer, no matter what it looked like outside.

“Whenever possible, we look for ingredients in Maine.” said Jason. “That means getting grain from Maine farmers and tea from a local company like Little Red Cup.” 

Family owned since 2009, Little Red Cup sells tea that is certified organic by the USDA, and by Fair Trade USA. The company partners directly with the worker-owned cooperatives that grow and process the tea to reduce the number of steps from field to cup.

Sun Drift is made with local pale malt and local raw oats. It’s hopped with Cascade and Citra, then fermented on a combination of Saccharomyces and Brettanomyces Claussenii.

Beer Specifications

Availability: Limited
ABV: 6.7%
Style: Fruit & Field Beer

Now On Tap: Allagash Farm-to-Face

We are stoked to have this limited availability annual from Allagash BrewingFarm-to-face is a delicious fermented pale ale that is juicy and tart with flavors of peach. Grab a 10oz draft at the Latham House Tavern before this one runs out!

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Brewer Notes

Drinking this medium-bodied beer is like biting into a juicy, yet tart, peach. Farm to Face is brewed as a pale ale and then fermented for ten months in stainless tanks with house yeast. After primary fermentation, Pediococcus, Lactobacillus, and a whole lot of peaches are added. Aromas of green apple and graham cracker accompany a lingering peachy finish.

Beer Specifications

Availability: Limited
ABV: 6.1%
Grains: Allagash 2-row Malted Barley Blend, Victory Malt, Carapils, Flaked Oats
Hops: Northern Brewer, Glacier
Yeast: House
Serving Temp: 40-50°F
Ideal Within: 12 Months

About the Brewer

"Allagash Brewing Company started in 1995, as a one-man operation in a small corner of a warehouse in Portland, Maine.  

Founder Rob Tod had worked in a brewery setting before and recognized a void within the craft brewing movement. While both German and British styles had become prevalent throughout the U.S., the ever-creative Belgian styles were very difficult to find. Through his travels, Tod had sampled many of these unique beers and wanted to share these flavors and traditions with the American drinking public. He assembled a small 15-barrel brewhouse from used equipment and began his quest towards the production of traditional Belgian-style ales. 

Rob sold his first batch of beer – the very first Allagash White – in the summer of 1995.  Since that time, Allagash Brewing Company has grown and expanded – now we’re available in 17 states and the District of Columbia.  But we’re still brewing beers on that brewhouse Rob welded together, still aging and bottling specialty beers in the warehouse where the first batches of White were brewed, and still striving to share our interpretations of Belgian-inspired beers."

- Allagash,

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Now On Tap: Lord Hobo Brewing Co. Virtuoso Double IPA

We remember our first experience with Lord Hobo Brewing Co. when we poured Boom Sauce on tap... and it was wonderful. We are super excited to pour this hazy, New England-Style Double IPA on tap that is sure to be a delicious juice bomb of a double. Stop in and try one today before it's gone! 

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Brewer Notes

A style-defining New England-Style Double IPA that delivers big on juice and haze.

Beer Specifications

ABV: 8.8%
FEATURED HOPS: Ella, Mosaic, Citra
MALTS: Pilsner Malt, Flaked Oats

About the Brewer

"With beer on a pedestal and adventure up our sleeve, we set out to craft style-defining New England beers that highlight paramount traits of quality ingredients. Like us, our beers are elegant yet raw, free-spirited yet sophisticated. Beer has a unique ability to bring all kinds of people together, from the Lords that only enjoy the finer things in life, to the Hobos that work hard to earn their small pleasures, great beer is an accessible luxury. 

Proudly brewed in Massachusetts, we’re bringing the New England beer experience to thirsty fans everywhere. We relish in the connection and find sanctuary in the beers that unite us. — Lords and Hobos alike, we all deserve to drink like royalty."

- Lord Hobo Brewing,

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Now On Tap: Stone I'm Peach Double IPA


We're not normally hug fans of fruit beers - but this one caught our eye. A Double IPA with peaches - can it be good? The answer is - yes. This complex brew has slight hints of peach on citrus notes - not overwhelmingly peach, but a pleasant addition, mellowing the hops a bit. Stop in and try this brew from Stone Brewing before it's gone!

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Brewer Notes

Who wants to kick fruit out of beer? Not us. When done right, adding orange or grapefruit or tangerine can contribute a deeper level of delicious complexity to the beer. In this case, peach was the perfect complement to enhance the substantial bill of hops in this double IPA. May its reign last more than a few terms.

Beer Specifications

ABV: 8.8%
FEATURED HOPS: Loral™ & Mosaic

About the Brewer

"Founded by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner, Stone Brewing has come a long way since opening up in San Diego, California in 1996. We have been listed on the Inc. 500 | 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list 11 times, and has been called the “All-time Top Brewery on Planet Earth” by BeerAdvocate magazine twice. Stone Brewing is the eighth-largest craft brewer in the U.S. and with our breweries in Richmond, Virginia & Berlin, Germany, we join artisanal brewers across the world in the quest to show the public that there are more…and better…choices beyond the world of industrial beer. "

- Stone Brewing,

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On Deck: Two Roads Clementine Gose

Two Roads Tanker Truck Series: Clementine Gose

The Two Roads Clementine Gose is part of their Tanker Truck Sour Series, a new series of kettle-soured beers that takes a different route in more ways than one. Kettle-soured beers incorporate bacteria in the brewing process and add sourness to the beer. After the success of the Two Evil Geyser Gose collaboration with Evil Twin, we are excited to give this one a try. 

With most sours beers, the souring process will occupy the brew kettle for two days while the mash sours. As a creative approach to free up the brew house at Two Roads, they repurposed an old milk tanker truck kept outside the facility to prevent any cross contamination from souring bacteria - a pretty unique & fun way to produce this delicious new brew. 

This beer is a classic gose with a modern twist - they source and blend fresh Moroccan Clementines (Citrus clementina) from a local craft juicery. The result is a tart, juicy ale with a hint of salt and distinctive tang of refreshing clementine. 

Try it later this weekend when the Stone Arrogant Bastard kicks. 

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