"Allagash White might be the crowning achievement of New England breweries." I made this statement in the "Beer Bar and Beer Shop Finds" thread, and backed it up with this... "It's sessionable, loved by both beer geeks and non beer geeks (like Blue Moon), and in my opinion is arguably the best Belgian Witbier...in the world. Maybe tied with St. Bernardus Wit. Which is higher in alcohol content and not nearly as affordable or widely available (or fresh). Moreover, it's on tap in so many different places in New England and even on the West Coast. Not to mention it's the driving force behind financially supporting all that Allagash does, which is easily a top three New England brewery for me. It's the flagship for one of the most popular New England breweries...and it's NOT an IPA. It also goes better with seafood than an IPA, and if you're in Portland...well there's a lot of IPAs up there these days. If you can name another beer that checks all those boxes, I'm all ears. I mean, I did say it "might" be the crowning achievement." Do you agree, disagree? What's your "crowning achievement" beer in New England?