Allagash Brewing Company

Interlude Ale aged in Red Wine Barrels

9.228 ratings
9.45 pro ratings
Maine, USA
Top Notes For
John Vuong

Wine Director/Sommelier Ame

9.5

Gevery Chambertin of beer?

Gevery Chambertin of beer?

Feb 5th, 2015
Joseph Hammell

Could stand to lose a couple percent alcohol for me but nicely done overall

Could stand to lose a couple percent alcohol for me but nicely done overall

Jul 23rd, 2017
Joey Smith

Funky

Funky

Jun 3rd, 2017
alewifery

Slightly boozy. But treads the wine beer line nicely. Wild.

Slightly boozy. But treads the wine beer line nicely. Wild.

Nov 28th, 2016
Chirag

Oak oak oak. But not too oak

Oak oak oak. But not too oak

Nov 20th, 2016
Mircea Dincă

Great balance, close to Duchesse, funk and sweet nose

Great balance, close to Duchesse, funk and sweet nose

Oct 4th, 2015
Justin Fishman

I did not care for this beer. The initial sweet smell from the head had me very excited. Until I tasted it. The added bitterness from the red wine barrel aging is not my cup of tea.

I did not care for this beer. The initial sweet smell from the head had me very excited. Until I tasted it. The added bitterness from the red wine barrel aging is not my cup of tea.

Aug 20th, 2015
Hector Escaton

One of Allagash's best offerings. Caramel and plum with great funk, tannins, and acidity. This is a special beer.

One of Allagash's best offerings. Caramel and plum with great funk, tannins, and acidity. This is a special beer.

Apr 5th, 2015
James Herron

Apricot and spiced bread with nice Brett finish

Apricot and spiced bread with nice Brett finish

Mar 10th, 2015
Peter Cegerenko

Opens dry and sour, transitions to a red wine finish. Absolutely unique

Opens dry and sour, transitions to a red wine finish. Absolutely unique

Feb 5th, 2015