Sam Adams Brings Infinium Back for Christmas


Whenever a message arrives saying there’s a big box for me down at the front desk, I get down there quick to grab it. It’s likely beer.

Last week, Samuel Adams sent along a real holiday treat, a precious bottle of its limited-edition Infinium, a Champagnelike beer made in collaboration with Weihenstephan Brewery, of Germany. This stuff looks and tastes like Champagne and comes in corked bottle. It has a dry taste with lots of tiny bubbles. Priced right around $20, it’s a steal compared to genuine bubbly. This year’s version was dry-hopped with fresh Hallertau Mittelfrueh hops.


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