Portland, ME, US

Rachel

Allagash Coolship Red

I’ve been working at Allagash for two and a half years, but I’ve decided to go back to school and get my masters in social work. It was a hard choice. The brewery is like my family. It’s where I’ve met my closest friends, but I had a calling. The direction I want to take is helping people who are new to the country get settled in. There’s a huge need here in Portland especially with new arrivals and refugees. But whenever I come back to the brewery, it’s like nothing has changed.

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