Allagash Releases New Seasonal Beer: Surf House

Award-winning Allagash Brewing Company is getting in the summer spirit with the release of their new seasonal beer, Surf House, which is rolling out across the brand’s entire 20-state distribution footprint. 

Surf House (5.5% ABV), a lager crafted for easy-going relaxation, is brewed to be super-crisp and drinkable, and dry-hopped for subtle tropical notes. It will be available in 6-packs and 12-packs of 12 oz. cans.

Surf House may be new, but it is already earning accolades. The beer was named a finalist in the 2024 Good Food Awards, which highlights food (including beer) that is “tasty, authentic, and responsible.” Another key attribute of Surf House is that it reflects Allagash’s ongoing and expanding commitment to brew with Maine-grown grain. The beer features Maine Malt House Pale Malt (from Buck Farms in Mapleton, ME) and Buck Farms-flaked corn that’s grown by Crane Farms in Exeter, ME. 

Surf House also marks the debut of Allagash’s first-ever, true rotating seasonal beer line-up: the House series. The new cohesive line-up will also include Haunted House, a hoppy dark ale, and Ski House, a winter white ale, coming later this year.

“Surf House epitomizes summer relaxation and it’s a great way to kick off our seasonal House series,” said Jason Perkins, Brewmaster for Allagash. “It’s a super accessible beer that we’re proud to share with our customers to incorporate into their summer plans, from beach days to barbecues to camping and more.”  

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