Allagash Windfall

The playful nose evokes white peach-ring candy, the first sip reveals so much more than a penny candy-store treat. The sugary but still tart fruit, fuzzy skin and all is there, adding a lip-smacking quality and eagerness for more. It's like late summer in a glass, with a graham cracker sweetness, a little vanilla and a salty caramel ribbon that weaves between it all. It's the peaches that will bring you back to this beer time and time again, and all is forgiven if, based on the freshness of the fruit, you think there's a little juice running down your chin. Finishes dry with just a little spice and hay, and a kind dose of acidic citrus. John Holl

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