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Allagash Odyssey - Allagash Brewing Company

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Ratings: 996
Reviews: 390
rAvg: 4.26
pDev: 9.62%
Wants: 261
Gots: 194 | FT: 18
Brewed by:
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Maine, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Dark Ale |  10.40% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
Allagash Odyssey is a dark wheat beer aged for ten months, a portion in oak barrels and the remainder in stainless tanks. The recipe includes 2-row barley, malted wheat, a generous amount of roasted barley and Belgian candi sugar. This deep brown beer boasts an aroma of black treacle and raisin. The flavor hints at dates, with a mildly roasted finish imparted by aging in both medium and heavy toast American Oak barrels. The finish is dry, punctuated by vanilla.

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Photo of Deuane
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A-Deep, dark, brownish black with a thin light tan head that left spotty lace.

S-Light bourbon notes, oak, dark malt, turbinado. All comes together into a pleasant smelling brew.

T-Light chocolate, caramel, light bourbon, vanilla, cherry, plum, brown sugar. All weaves into a complex tasting beverage.

M-Medium bodied and very smooth with light lingering flavours but seems to lack some body.

D-Good stuff. All in all rather light feeling for a 10%+ brew. Not over the top at all but certainly tasty nonetheless.

Photo of cpetrone84
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A-hazy reddish brown color pouring a light cream colored head that lingers for a decent amount of time and leaves a fair amount of lacing

S-light aromas of oak come in first, immediately over taken by a wild yeast, some clove, hints of pear and citrus

T-the oak comes through first with the yeast flavors following. Sweet cloves, apple, pear, and some light cinnamon come in to complete this beer

M-fuller side of a medium body with a very smooth texture and a low amount of carbonation to allow this to go down nicely

D-very tasty, extremely well hidden alcohol content, great mouthfeel, very good sweetness!

Photo of scruffwhor
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

October 2006 bottling.

Pours a maple syrupy brown with a bit of viscocity. Very faint, tan head that recedes quickly. The aroma is a rich maple syrup, vanilla, and slightly roasted wood. The taste starts ith a strong vanilla maple syrup flavor cool. The flavor slowly ges more fruity and woody as it warms. Well integrated alcohol until it gets a warm. The delicate fruits and wood slowly degrade to a very boozy brandy. Great palate, though. Even when it gets warm, great warmth and sliky smooth syrups.

Photo of aerozeppl
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to mred137 for this. Jan 08 bottle.

A: Super dark brownish red with a finger of slightly brownish head.

S: Big dark fruit nose with raisins leading the way. A slight hint of chocolate which was surprising and welcome.

T: Nice spicy Belgian character. Very sweet with hints of oak. The combination of the sweetness and the oak worked very well for this beer.

M:Very smooth and creamy mouthfeel.

D: Incredibly drinkable. Very nice beer all around.

Photo of andrewinski1
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bottling from February 2011. Poured into a tulip. The body is almost black and there is a giant light tan head that leaves a lot of sticky lacing.

The aroma is chocolatey and woody mostly. Close examination reveals some typical Belgian fruity aromas.

The taste starts out slightly sweet with the same chocolate flavors introduced in the aroma. The oak is dominant in the middle leading to a dryish finish (for a Belgian Strong Dark Ale) that has a slight bit of heat. This is another really complex beer from Allagash's line-up.

The body is mediumish with a nice amount of carbonation.

More great stuff from Allagash. This is top notch. I'll be looking to replace this bottle soon.

Photo of allenson21
4.19/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.25

Photo of clayrock81
4.19/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Poured a brownish, almost black hue with two finger head and lace ring that leaves patches. A roasted malt aroma first hits me, like coffee and toffee with a touch of bready toast and there's this sense of caramel and dark cholocate and syrupiness in the aroma as well, but not much in the fruit or hops department. Real smooth, creamy, thicker medium-bodied beer that has sweet notes abound like vanilla java, chocolate, caramel, some toffee, I swear some sweet fruit notes are evident. Great balance with roasted malts so it's not too sweet and has an edge, especially in the finish but not an ABV bite. Some woody or oakiness help smooth it out as well and make you want to keep drinking this beer. Not much else in terms of fruit flavors or hops, so I found this (and in no way is this a detriment) sweeter than your average belgian ale with less of that citric orange peel flavor you can expect. Overall, a must try for beer lover.

Photo of Flyer
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Those people at Allagash sure know what to do with some malt, hops, yeast, and an oak barrel! Another great entry in this line-up. Pours dense brown-black with a creamy tan head, almost like a nitro head. Aromas are subtle, some Belgian floral and oak. Flavors of roast, subtle Belgian floral funk, oak, and a slightly boozy sweetness. Finishes with a pleasantly sharp roast floral quality. Actually reminds me of a Belgiany version of DFH Palo Santo Marron. Delicious, excellent.

Photo of 4000qtrap
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Source/Serving: Draft

Smell: Raisins, dark cherries, dark chocolate, nutmeg, a little licorice and even some honey.

Taste: Semisweet vanilla, slightly oaked chocolate malts, and raisins up front are awesome. Plateaus at some roasted malts in the middle that has a punch of sweet, ripe prunes and caramelized wood followed by some pepper and more roasted malts and yeastiness. Finish is cocoa, semidry, oaky, and ripe prunes.

Photo of palma
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Great looking head.

Not very exciting with the nose. Smells like a typical dark belgian style ale. A little too sweet of an aroma for my liking.

Taste is complex from the get go. Semi dry throughout. wheaty notes. Plum, dates, nutty, Pecan pie. A mild fruitiness. Along with some light clove and banana esters Mild charcoal and toast from the charred barrel ageing I believe. A touch of smoke as an other reviewer has also noted. Very complex and not cloying in the least. A great tasting, complex, and highly drinkable dark beligan.

I dont believe this beer is 10.4 abv. taste more like 8 percent.

Photo of pwoody11
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

From notes:

Poured a dark brown bordering on black with a fluffy tan head.

Aroma was malt dominated. Vanilla, fig, and a touch of whiskey round out a very nice nose.

Taste was toasted bread along with a vanilla and oak background.

Overall was a little sweeter than I had expected and the alcohol was disguised well, but left enough to remind you to take it easy.

Photo of Pahn
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

750ml bottle into Duvel tulip. Bottled January 2008, drank September 18, 2011.

Appearance: Free pour yields a one and a half inch frothy offwhite head that sticks around a long time and leaves behind sweeping lacing. Pours a very dark ruby. Leaves streaks and islands of lacing.

Smell: At first, very roasted smelling, with a heavy layer of vanilla oak and some background dark fruitiness. The aroma gradually builds toward sugary and fruity. Some apple and booziness come out as well. Eventually, it smells strongly of a toffee / marzipan based pastry, with the oak influence always in the forefront.

Somehow, the aroma doesn't really elevate the taste (I think it smells a bit too different from the taste), but it is a very nice smell nonetheless.

Taste: Lots of roasted malt up front, then a healthy dose of oaky vanilla, resolving into a thin, very carbonated hit of simplistic BSDA dark fruit and Belgian yeast. The long aftertaste of the first sip is almost exactly like Raisinets, which is not at all a bad thing. Age has apparently smoothed out any hint of booziness.

Subsequent sips are similar, but always different to the point of interesting (and good). There's a slight note of oxidation up front (that i like), along with a persistent roasted barley and oak. Finish and aftertaste occasionally have a strong coconut flavor. Belgian yeast and apple-y, BSPA/tripel flavors start to appear up front adding lots of complexity to the flavor. Finish is mildly warming, but never "hot" nor solvent-like in the least.

It's worth noting that this is not the malty ester bomb exemplified by many other world class BSDAs. It's more of a wheatwine-ified Dubbel... with roasted malt; it's pretty crazy actually. Weird feel, weird flavors, but they go together very well. The heavily present oak adds a beautiful richness to both the flavor and aroma.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied. Moderate to high carbonation. Slightly watery with an occasionally sticky finish. Feel-wise, this beer hits highs and lows. I like it for what it is, but it bears noting that other world class BSDAs have better mouthfeels that would also suit these flavors better.

Overall: As I said above, this is like a wheat wine with roasted malt and Belgian yeast. Call Allagash whatever you want, but don't say they aren't creative.

Personally, I find this beer to be a delicious experiment, and a masterful use of oak barrel aging (the disparate flavors sing when unified by that rich vanilla/coconut oak note, while they would probably crash and burn without it). I also think this is one of those beers that rewards the apparent gimmickry of aging. After 4~ years, the beer is smooth and well-integrated, despite a huge 10.4% ABV and wildly disparate flavors.

Another expensive Allagash beer where you get what you pay for. On a personal note, it makes me smile that one of the first craft breweries that ever caught my interest can continue to satisfy me no matter how many beers I try or "palate changes" I experience.

Photo of cjacobsen
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks again to sweemzander for sharing this one.

(A) Dark deep ruby, almost looks brownish, but in the light it shines a really nice red. Pretty decent head on this one, about 1.5" of off white, tight bubbled head.

(S) Fruity with some citrus. Smells a bit yeasty. Some cherry. Wet wood. Some alcohol.

(T) The oakiness is quite apparent and pleasant. There's some plum, cocoa, caramel, some other dark fruits. You get some earthy taste from the choice of malts.

(M) It's very thin, light and dry

(O) Even though there is a slight hint of alcohol in the nose, it's not found in the taste. There's a good balance in this beer but there is a decent amount going on in the taste. The more it opens up, warmer it gets, and longer you take to drink it, it develops a lot and gradually changes.

Photo of jmalex
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

I wanted to open this up a few days ago for 4-4, but didn't get the chance. Drinking it while sitting down with Day 1 of the Masters should make it worth the wait.

Bottled January 2008

APPEARANCE: Pours into an Allagash tulip a deep burgundy brown with ruby red highlights. A 2-finger high light tan head forms on top and takes absolutely forever to drop. It settles out at a tightly bubbled, one finger high cap. Lacing comes in a few spotty patches scattered about the glass.

SMELL: A big bready base is accented by some sweet, but not quite fruity, Belgian esters. The wood is evident but really lurks back in the background.

TASTE: The bready malt base is here again, though it drinks a bit dry. Esters contribute quite a bit more in the flavor becoming full-on plums and dates, especially across the palate. The finish is where the wood aging gets to shine, taking the form of quite a bit of vanilla as everything else disappears.

MOUTHFEEL: Relatively thin bodied, particularly for a beer of this strength. The carbonation is tight and at a lower level than one would expect.

DRINKABILITY: Fantastic, and this beer is 10.4%! Certainly a dangerous drinker, and one I'm glad I can have 2 glasses of.

This beer is certainly a winner, and I'm glad I opened it up today. It will certainly make an evening of watching Tiger et. al. even better.

Photo of claspada
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottled February 2011.

Pours a very nice and deep dark hazy mahogany colored brown with a big full tan colored head. Great retention, slowly settling down into just a small layer of bubbles and foam.

Aromas begin with a good amount of dark fruits; not super pungent. A bit of caramel, cocoa and toffee in the background. As it warms I get more of the biscuity, sugar cookie sweet malts and a more complex dark fruits mixed with caramelized brown sugars and vanilla. Really not getting any oak, just oak induced aromas (vanilla and/or caramelized sugar sweetness).

The tastes begin with a large dose of brown maltiness. Then the dark fruits distinguish themselves a bit more alongside caramel, toffee, brown sugar and some yeasty spiciness. Definitely, not picking up oak here either but there is definitely a strong vanilla/sugar cookie presence which could be all that was intended. Figs and prunes are present throughout but never dominate; this pairs well with the cocoa and biscuity malt flavors.

The mouthfeel is medium bodied with a perfect amount of average carbonation for the style. The finish is nice on the palate; fairly creamy overall for the style. Much less dry and less yeast forward as some of the style tend to be, which I am really enjoying here.

Overall this was an excellent brew and one of the best I have had from Allagash. Not a superb barrel aged beer, but a way above average Belgian Dark Strong for my tastes. It has the dark fruit flavors and the biscuity maltiness I enjoy in the style, but the yeastiness and dark fruits are complementary but never dominant (I have grown tired of boring standard Belgian yeast spiced beers).

Photo of smcolw
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Nearly black in color (no light shines through); Awesome lasting lace; good head that lessens to a half finger.

Dark chocolate smells along with light bitter hops, alcohol and cream.

Wonderful complex flavor--some elements of a dark porter (chocolate, smooth full body with ample carbonation) and a Belgian dark ale (notable alcohol and yeast flavor). Strong alcohol warmth in the swallow with a hoppy aftertaste (the chocolate remains throughout).

This is a very rich and satisfying brew. I don't know whether I could have several of these, but one is definitely a great experience.

Photo of Knapp85
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I picked this one up because sometimes Allagash really gets my attention. I knew I hadn't tried this one before so I wanted to give it a shot. The beer poured out as a nice dark brown color. There was a light lacing from the white head on the glass. The smell of the beer had some wheat, fig and wood aromas going on in there. The taste pulled all those things to gether with the addition of a minimal tartness and a hint of grapes or raison. The mouthfeel was pretty good, it had a decent carbonation it and it had a steady medium body as well. I'm glad I tried this one because I ended up liking it more than I expected to. Would drink this one again.

Photo of sisuspeed
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

July 2009 Bottling

Poured into a snifter glass. The Odyssey has a reddish-grape, brown body with a thin, off-white head. Some sudsy lacing is apparent.

The aroma consists of grapes, cherries, a bit of earthiness and some funky alcohol notes. Not pulling out too much oak in the aroma of this one, but there are some faint wood notes.

Flavor starts off like the aroma with a somewhat vinous character,which then gives way to a nice malt base and various pairings of sugared figs and cherries. The oak becomes more pronounced in the flavor, but is still somewhat subtle. Slight hints of vanilla as well.

Mouthfeel is quite smooth, lighter than I was expecting, yet somewhat creamy.

Drinkability is good. More of a sipper, but quite enjoyable. ABV is pretty well hidden and could creep up on you easily.

Overall, this is probably one of the best beers I have had by Allagash. Nice looking, decently complex flavor and smooth body. I would have enjoyed a little more oak presence, but I respect that they kept it subtle. For the price I'm not sure if I would pick this up again, but I would be interested in trying an aged version at some point.

Photo of tai4ji2x
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

750ml with cork and cage. bottled sept 2008. tasted in early april 2009.

very dark brown w ruby red tones. no haze, gem-like quality under the light. 1-finger off-white head, recedes to wispy thin layer, then just wisps and ring. consistent but thin rings of lace.

aroma: brown sugar, caramel and raisins, with oaky and woody note, hints of bourbon and trace vanilla. shadow of dry, grassy hops. faint note of toasted coconut, if you think about it.

taste: interesting balance of belgian dark ale, with oak and touch of bourbon. notes of acidity and mild bitterness. complex and nice, although just a touch watery. coffee hint in the finish, with cocoa and again that trace of toasted coconut.

medium body, smooth with slight astringency in finish, but smoothes out again. slightly tingly, mild to moderate carbonation, with hints of creaminess.

not bad at all. quite drinkable despite richness, complexity and high ABV. a very creative effort, giving a bold "american" accent to the belgian tradition. i just wish there wasn't that hint of watered-down character in the middle of the flavor, unfortunately in almost every big sip i took where i paid attention. would've gotten a 4.5 in taste otherwise. will certainly seek this out again though, and maybe a different batch will prove to be even richer.

Photo of rhinos00
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 22 oz. bottle into a tulip glass. Bottle was dated September 2008.

A- Pours a maroon, brown color. Semi-clear. Produced a fingers width of cream colored, silky head.

S- Very akin to that of a Belgian quad. Notes of raisins and figs are very prominent in the nose. Some complexity going on here. Noticing a bit of caramel and toffee with a bit of smoked cocoa nibs.

T- Sweet caramel notes upfront, followed by dark fruit flavors. Midway through, the beer develops a slight vinous quality along with oak characteristics. Finishes slightly on the sweet side with a hint of smokiness. The vinous quality noticed midway through definitely grows in the finish.

M- A little too thin for my liking. Would of liked more of a body, more of the viscous nature. Well carbonated.

D- Pretty drinkable. The 10% abv is definitely not evident.

Overall, a pretty good beer. A little different than expected, especially after taking a nice whiff of the aroma. As stated above, lots of complex things, but what really threw me off was the vinous characteristic in the beer. At first it didn't really mesh all that well, but after warming up a bit it became somewhat cohesive. A very interesting beer to say the least.

Photo of billab914
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 750ml bottle into my pumking chalice. It poured dark brown in color with a thin but sticky off-white head. The head retreated to the edges of the glass after a minute or so where it left some moderate lacing as I drank it.

The aroma has a lot of malty sweetness to it with a moderate roasted malt flavor coming through. Some vanilla and brown sugar add to the malty sweetness flavor coming through. A bit of alcohol to it but not much for how high the abv is.

The taste shows a brown sugar, molasses sweetness to it along with some nice vanilla flavors coming through as well. It has a little bit of a dark fruit character to it but not as strong as the barrel characteristics. More of the woody, oak flavors come through in the finish along with a bit of warming alcohol. Everything came together very nicely and it was a very flavorful beer. The barrel aging really added to the flavors instead of overpowering them like they can sometimes.

The mouthfeel is on the heavier side with a little below average carbonation. Drinkability is good, it was a very flavorful and surprisingly easy drinking beer considering the abv %. The barrel flavors really came through nicely without overpowering the beer. Very nice beer overall.

The mouthfeel

Photo of tmoneyba
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle from River's Bend.

Poured reddish/brown color with an average light brown fizzy head that lasted with good lacing. Complex dark fruit, woody, caramel and alcohol aroma. Medium to full body with a smooth texture. Full complex sweet bourbon flavor with solid bittersweet finish and a small bite of alcohol.

Good standout brew.

Photo of CrellMoset
4.22/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle from Green's, Ponce location, Atlanta, GA, bottled September 2008, 530 cases bottled. Split w/ dkachur, w/ my portion poured into an Aventinus weizen glass.

Appearance: Pours a gorgeous ruby brown - opaque at first glance, but transparent upon holding it up to the light, complete with plentiful, moderately-sized, lackadaisical carbonation - capped by a fizzy, relatively fast-fading tan head, initially about a finger tall, but ultimately fading to a mere thin dusting and a thin, uniform collar. The lacing itself is similarly spotty, runny, glittery, clinging only in places. The hue of this one is absolutely amazing, but the head and lacing leaves something to be desired.

Aroma: Toasted, sweet malts blend with toasted woody notes, soft, subtle, accompanied by dark fruits, sweet and varied, with strong, syrupy cherries being strongest up front.

Taste: A phenomenally complex and varied beer. First up is the malt foundation, soft from the wheat addition and sweet from the Candi sugar. Handfuls of heavier roasted notes - light toffee, caramel, and powdery bittersweet chocolate. Waves of dark fruits - raisins, mainly, but also cherries and figs and coconut - meld with a moderate bitterness, a faint rum-like ... actually, more sherry-like presence, and a persistent, strong, toasty, slightly charred, almost smoky, woody/oaky note that amplifies nearly everything it touches.

Mouthfeel: A moderate to moderately-thick body with a fair amount of soft, moderately crisp carbonation makes for a moderately moderate body ... that's moderate. That is to say, this one's perfectly average, perfectly smooth, perfectly soft, and perfectly pleasant.

Drinkability: About as good as I'd hoped and expected. A pleasant, drinkable, flavorful, interesting Belgian dark, fruity and malty and everything in between. The 10.0% is noticeable only around the periphery, and adds a faintly cognac/sherry like quality that's more refined than distracting or unpleasant, though I will acknowledge that it catches up with you after some time. All in all, though, this one's very nice, benefits from the barrel aging, and is something I'd be glad to try again. I will say that it probably doesn't merit the price I normally see it going for (~$15-18), so I'm very glad I got it for $11 at Green's, always the best value for beer in the South.

Photo of CloudStrife
4.23/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml corked and caged poured into a goblet. Bottled Dec 2011. From the brewery.

A: Pours a brownish ruby with a 1 1/2 finger off white head. Thick and chunky head stays present as I drink. Carbonation is still visible in it.

S: Hits you with some nice belgian yeast and notes. Carmely wheat notes with a touch of bourbon. Dark fruits and a nuttiness in there too. Some alcohol on the aroma too.

T: Pretty complex yet balanced taste. Has the wheat base with dark fruits and banana. Bourbony oak creeps up on you at the end but isnt overpowering.

M: Smooth and creamy. Ample carbonation. Easy drinking for being so strong.

Overall a delicious beer, very enjoyable. Love the hints of bourbon on the wheat base.

Photo of LiquidAmber
4.23/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Review from 5/2010 notes. Poured into a Gulden Draak tulip. Pours a dark orange brown. Medium tan head with good retention and lacing. Aroma of caramel malt, dark fruit and light oak. Unusual flavor of caramel malt, dark fruit, wood, and an odd astringent bitterness up front. Caramel and wood middle and finish with the same light bitterness. The bitter spicing and high alcohol make it appear somewhat medicinal, but this is very complex and well balanced. Medium bodied with some creaminess. A nice, very interesting take on a Belgian dark. Expensive, but worth it for the experience.

Allagash Odyssey from Allagash Brewing Company
95 out of 100 based on 996 ratings.