Carla Jean Lauter

The Beer Babe

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Allagash taps into Beer Camp with Myron’s Walk collaboration

On Aug. 1, the traveling beer festival sponsored by Sierra Nevada Brewing company called “Beer Camp” will make it’s fifth stop on a seven-stop national tour in Portland. This epic festival will feature over 100 breweries and will include many amazing beers. In support of the festival, Sierra Nevada also set out to do a collaboration series with eleven breweries and a brewer’s guild – producing a 12-pack of different brews with wildly different perspectives and tastes. One of the breweries featured is Portland’s Allagash Brewing Company – and they brewed a Belgian Pale Ale named Myron’s Walk, after the founder of the Appalachian Trail. I was able to catch Allagash founder Rob Tod before he left for the Beer Camp kickoff celebration in Chico, CA to ask him more about this collaboration.

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Beer ahoy! Dogfish Head brewer sailing in for a ‘Moveable Feast’

If you ask people which brewer would be the one crazy enough to get in a 19 foot Boston Whaler  (about the size of Dexter Morgan’s boat in the TV series Dexter) and take a 5-part ocean journey up the East Coast to raise funds for charity – you’d probably only have one answer: Sam Caligone of Dogfish Head Brewing. [Read More…]

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

This Saturday, there’s a beer release going on that you shouldn’t miss. It embodies the entire Maine craft beer scene’s attitudes of collaboration and neighborly love. The weather’s going to be gorgeous and it’ll get you a little outside of the craziness going on downtown for The Old Port Festival. The beer is Prince Tuesday – a collaboration beer brewed by Allagash Brewing Company, Maine Beer Company and Rising Tide Brewing. Named after the character from Mr. Rogers, the beer captures the neighborly spirit from when the three breweries used to be literally neighbors on Industrial Way.

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