We are so very proud of the many collaborations that we have with Maine breweries. This gift pack is a true testament to LOCAL supporting LOCAL. And what a tasty collaboration it is!
Beer meets Mustard with this 6 pack! Featuring:
Shipyard Pumpkinhead ale brings a taste of pumpkin and a hint of cinnamon while Raye’s Mustard seeds add a subtle heat. Use this grainy mustard to elevate the flavor of your orange cranberry sauce, or top of your favorite pub food with this unique taste.
Geaghan’s Bangor Brown
With a hint of malt and a big mustard flavor, Geaghan’s Bangor Brown is a winning combination. It’s made by soaking Raye’s Mustard Seeds in Geaghan’s Bangor Brown Ale. Perfect on just about anything. Plus, it makes an amazing gift for the beer lover in your life.
Geaghan’s Presque Isle Honey Blonde
Think of this mustard as the Bangor Browns sweet little sister. Raye’s mustard seeds have soaked up the bright flavor of the blonde ale to create a truly unique taste loved by beer aficionados and foodies alike.
Combine Sea Dog Beer and Raye’s Stone Ground mustard and what do you get? A dark, rich mustard that wins two blue ribbons and becomes a favorite among beer connoisseurs. This rich, whole-seed mustard is the flavor of choice for gourmet cooks.
Maine Beer Company’s LUNCH
This mustard is hot! The mustard seeds have been bathed in Maine Beer Company’s pale ale LUNCH to create a spirited mustard that will bring a tingle to your tongue. It’s the perfect complement to fish and chips or a hearty burger.
Bar Harbor Real Ale
A little bitter, a little sweet. This is the dream topping for soft pretzels. Raye’s whole mustard seeds are marinated in Bar Harbor Real Ale to create a taste so sensational it won an award.
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