Sixteen Counties by Allagash Brewing Company in Maine, United States

About Sixteen Counties by Allagash Brewing Company

This beer’s name honors the rich tradition of farming in the sixteen counties of Maine. Keeping with that sentiment, Allagash brews the beer with exclusively Maine-grown grains: Maine Malt House 2-row Malted Barley from Buck Farms, Blue Ox Malthouse 2-row Malted Barley, raw wheat from Maine Grains, and oats from Aurora Mills & Farm. Sixteen Counties has a bright, copper hue with aromas of lemon rind, flowers, and candied grapefruit. The first sip contains a mix of herbal hop notes, wheat cracker, and citrus. Its finish is balanced, dry and refreshing. The beer’s intentionally malt-forward flavor is meant to showcase the next generation of quality farming in Maine.

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Allagash Brewing Company makes Sixteen Counties Belgian Pale Ale