Bottoms Up — March 28, 2019 at 11:20 am

Samuel Adams Releases New England Pale Ale in Time for Spring


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Beloved brewery, Samuel Adams, has hit the nail on the head again with its latest release, their New England Pale Ale. Following on the heels of their New England IPA, Sam Adams Founder & Brewer Jim Koch explains that, “the minute we landed our New England IPA, we began experimenting on the style to play up the juiciness even more, but also to balance it with a soft, clean finish.”

The new pale ale came to fruition at the Sam Adams microbrewery in Boston, Massachusetts , where it was brewed with hops from the Hallertaü region of Germany, instead of the typical American hops, in order to enhance its citrus flavor. Notes of mango and peach, thanks to the Mandarina, Mellon, Blanc, Mosaic and Citra hops, make it an easily drinkable and flavorful beer. Their unique spin on the New England Pale Ale makes it a great beer for warmer weather — I could easily drink this all day out in the sun. And clocking in at 5.5% ABV, it’s not too heavy and also a lot less bitter than its IPA brother.

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You can now snag the new Sam Adams New England Pale Ale in 4-pack 16 oz. cans for $9.99 in New England or 6-pack 12 oz. cans for $9.99 outside of New England.


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