For the past 10 years, Boston Beer Co. has sponsored the LongShot Homebrew Contest, giving homebrewers from around the country the chance to have their recipes brewed and bottled as a limited edition Samuel Adams LongShot beer.
Now I've got a new way to enjoy pumpkin ale, specifically Samuel Adams Harvest Pumpkin Ale, which has full-body sweetness thanks to roasted malts and traditional pumpkin pie spices to ante up the spice note.
SAMUEL ADAMS ANNOUNCES LONGSHOT® AMERICAN HOMEBREW CONTEST® CATEGORY 23 WINNING HOMEBREWERS AT THIS YEAR’S GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL IN DENVER
Samuel Adams honors specialty homebrews in a category all their own with an extreme twist on annual homebrew competition
New England's beer culture is as rich and robust as a dark, toasty stout. Our region boasts more than 100 breweries, so picking its five best beermakers poses a rather enjoyable challenge.
This holiday season, while perusing the shelves of your favorite beer shop, you may come across a bottle that looks like it belongs more with the sparkling wines than with ales and lagers. But look past the caged and foil-covered cork, down below the gold-embossed art nouveau label bearing the name Infinium, and you’ll see evidence that it is indeed an ale.
NEW SURVEY FINDS MEN PREFER TO TOAST WITH BEER VERSUS BUBBLY; SAMUEL ADAMS AND WEIHENSTEPHAN INTRODUCE INFINIUM, AN INNOVATIVE CHAMPAGNE-LIKE BEER
Available in Early December, This Two-Year Cross-Continent Collaboration Brew Gives Beer Lovers Another Reason to Celebrate This Holiday Season
For the past two years, the Boston Beer Co., maker of Samuel Adams beers, has been working with Germany's Weihenstephan Brewery, the world's oldest brewery, to create an entirely new style of beer. Boston Beer founder Jim Koch and Weihenstephan director Josef Schradler announced this morning that the collaboration is complete.
Forget the Moët — ring in 2011 the right way by toasting a glass of Sam Adams Infinium Beer ($20).
Low in alcohol and very refreshing, Summer Ale is ideal for hot weather. Because it's so widely available, it's an easy summer seasonal to find if you're on the way to a picnic, cookout or the lake.
It must be fun to be Jim Koch. In 1984 at age 35, a high-powered management consultant with business and law degrees from Harvard, he decided, just for fun, to brew a batch of beer in his kitchen. He used an 1880 recipe from his great-great-grandfather.