Allagash to Release Confluence Feb 2009

29 January 2009

From Allagash's Jason Perkins:

Confluence is brewed with our house primary strain and our proprietary brett strain. The two are pitched at primary and ferment together. We had to work hard to get the Brett happy enough to compete with our house strain as we wanted both to ferment equally (you can learn all about Allagash and its one-of-a-kind brett strain in last month’s Beervana article). We shall release the beer in February. It will likely be brewed again and released later in the year. (Tentative label shown)

Tentative 2009 Release Dates:

Confluence - February
Hugh Malone - March
Victor and Victoria - April
Interlude - May, September
Fluxux 09 - June
Odyssey - July, November
Mattino Rosso - ? (Wild red ale It was brewed with 350 #’s of local raspberries and is aging in French Oak with a variety of wild yeasts and microbes that will likely be released in the fall, although we will have to see how it progresses)

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