Maine Specialty Food Producer Stonewall Kitchen, Launches New Mustard with Allagash Brewing Company Beer as Key Ingredient

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New mustard features Allagash Brewing Company's Tripel

“When creating this product, we knew we wanted it to be a zesty, pub-style mustard and we were looking for a quality craft beer to bring the flavors together and the product to life,” said Janine Somers, Director of Marketing and DTC Sales.

Award-winning specialty food producer Stonewall Kitchen is pleased to announce the launch of its newest mustard, Maine Craft Ale Mustard, featuring Maine-based Allagash Brewing Company’s Tripel as the product’s key ingredient.

“When creating this product, we knew we wanted it to be a zesty, pub-style mustard and we were looking for a quality craft beer to bring the flavors together and the product to life,” said Janine Somers, Director of Marketing and DTC Sales. “Maine has so many wonderful craft breweries that share in our commitment to quality. After multiple recipe iterations and internal taste panels, Allagash Brewing Company came out on top. We’re absolutely thrilled to include an authentic, award-winning Maine brand as the key ingredient in our new, Maine Craft Ale Mustard.”

“We’ve always admired Stonewall Kitchen’s dedication to supporting our home state of Maine,” said Jeff Pillet-Shore, Marketing Director of Allagash. “We’re excited that Tripel was chosen to be a part of their mustard and can’t wait to enjoy the fruits of our collective labor with a pretzel and a beer.”

About Maine Craft Ale Mustard:
Made with stone ground Dijon mustard—with slight shades of tart vinegar and sweet honey—this mustard’s coarse texture and robust taste pairs perfectly with the distinctive golden-hued layers and subtle, dry fruitiness of Allagash’s Tripel. The mustard is great on hot dogs, baked chicken, for dipping pretzels and more. Use it as a condiment, add spice and flavor to recipes, or serve as a dip.

Maine Craft Ale Mustard is currently available for purchase on Stonewall Kitchen’s website and Retail Company Stores as well as in a variety of retailers nationwide. For more information, please visit: http://www.stonewallkitchen.com.

Enclosed: Image of Maine Craft Ale Mustard

About Stonewall Kitchen
Stonewall Kitchen is a leading specialty food producer headquartered in York, Maine. Founded in 1991 by partners Jonathan King and Jim Stott, the two established themselves selling jams and jellies at local farmers’ markets, fairs and festivals with their flavorful line of distinctive and high quality food items. Over time, they expanded their product line to include sauces, condiments, dressings and baking mixes. Today, Stonewall Kitchen is known for its innovative product development, beautiful packaging, stunning retail spaces and exceptional customer service. It now boasts more than 6,000 wholesale accounts nationwide and internationally, thriving catalog and web divisions and 10 retail Company Stores along the East Coast. As the winner of 29 prestigious awards from the Specialty Food Association and the recipient of the coveted Outstanding Product Line Honors three times, Stonewall Kitchen is proud to be one of the most awarded specialty food companies in the country. For more information about Stonewall Kitchen, please visit: http://www.stonewallkitchen.com.

About Allagash Brewing Company
Founded in Portland, Maine, by Rob Tod, Allagash Brewing Company is dedicated to crafting the best Belgian-inspired beers in the world. Since 1995, Allagash has been a proud resident of Portland, and loves giving back to the community—and state—that has supported them along the way. Allagash currently stands as one of the Top 50 Craft Breweries in the U.S. (by sales volume) and has earned a spot on Maine’s Best Places to Work list for four years running. A portion of the proceeds from all of their beers goes back to organizations that help make our great state of Maine even better. For more information, please visit http://www.Allagash.com.

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