Allagash Brewing Company
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A very heavy flavorful lager. If you’re a fan of lagers you’ll most likely like this beer.
surprised that i wasn’t a fan
A little nutty, but very refreshing. Would drink again.
Easy drinking and crisp like a lager but with some farmhouse funk. If you like the funk you will like this eat drinking beer.
Great lager with a farmhouse funk. If all lagers were like this I’d be all in.
Clean, hint of bread in the flavor. If this came in a keg, I'd definitely tap it. What else would you expect from Allagash?!
Tasty. Smooth. A little sweet. Really liked this and love Allagash!
Kinda weird lager finish with a saison
Good flavor, light and clean finish. Great lager for sure.
Farmhouse Lager who would have thought. Had a Belgium feel.
Absolutely phenomenal. Possibly one of the best lagers I’ve had the pleasure of drinking!
Crisp but nice unfiltered Belgian flavor
Just a straight forward lager clean and crisp
Great tasting pils!
Crisp lager. Subtle aroma and flavor of a saison or Belgian blonde ale.
Quite tasty. Nice and crisp.
It’s a really solid lager but nothing to special
Solid and crushable
Drinks lighter than 6% a nice variance from a more typical lager
This is the closest American beer I’ve found to Affligem. Which is my favorite beer I’ve ever had but isn’t so easy to get in the US. Thank you Allagash for this one!
This almost tastes like banana bread... but not quite. If your favorite loaf of banana bread took a trip to Germany and became a professional ski instructor, and maybe got a little arrogant as it learned to more deftly navigate the culture shift, perhaps a bit careless... maybe hitting the black diamond slopes with a degree of disregard for personal safety to the point that it eventually ends up in a tree, and I mean at the tip top of a tall, branchy bastard, ultimately concluding in an existential crisis for the ages whereby it chose to brew itself into a beer, well, you would have this. It’s great.
I enjoyed this lager. It was refreshing, bright, and effervescent.
I don’t normally like lagers. This one was nice and refreshing for the style.
easy to drink, crisp, nothing wow about it
What would you expect from Allagash making a lager? A beautifully crafted Saison Belgian inspired lager, that’s what! Clean, refreshing with a bite of a Saison. Right on!
I was worried this would be like Allagash’s Truepenny Pilsner, which was less “farmhouse” than “barnyard.” Moselle lacks that funk; instead, it drinks like a very light, but still estery, Belgian blonde ale.
Great saison feel, would buy again
Very solid brew, but tasted more like an Octoberfest bier than a farmhouse saison... with an intensely nutty finish I really dig. Reminded me of drinking a bavarian beer while eating pretzels in Germany
Super unique, super refreshing. An interesting blend of the two styles that works
Taste profile of a saison more than a lager, but a solid brew
Odd, drinkable but not enjoyable.
It’s fine. Pretty basic.