The Boston Globe: Samuel Adamsa Single Batch Series

From The Boston Globe:

The Boston Beer Co., the nation’s largest craft brewer, has a reputation as a maker of gateway craft beers: You try a Samuel Adams Boston Lager or Winter Lager, and then maybe you move on to something more aggressive, something more exciting - something from the likes of Founders, Stone, or Oskar Blues.

But Sam Adams has innovated more than just about any other craft brewer in the past year - introducing the champagne-like Infinium, a collaboration with Weihenstephan, the oldest brewery in the world; rolling out the Latitude 48 IPA Deconstructed variety pack that showcased five different varieties of hops; and adding an excellent Belgian stout, Thirteenth Hour, to its Barrel Room Collection of wood-aged Belgian beers.

Sam’s not done. Now the brewery has unveiled its Single Batch series, comprising bold, strong beers bottled in 22-ounce bombers.


To view the full article, visit:


Suggested Articles

A breakdown of the latest $1 trillion from the Senate.

The number of businesses switching from temporary to permanent closures surpasses 50%.

The coronavirus continues to threaten our industry but there are promising medical developments and still many questions on the next round of relief.