Samuel Adams Boston Lager

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I have had Samuel Adams twice before. The first time was about three years ago and I don’t remember what brew it was. It was horrible and tasted like chocoloates and vanilla and very unlike beer. A year later, when a bunch of us classmates met to spend the weekend going to strip clubs and casinos, a committed spoilsport changed our plans and took us to hooters instead. As if that were not enough, he ordered a pitcher of Samuel Adams winter lager. It was equally horrible and flat. I took my chances this weekend and ordered a Boston lager on tap at the local pub.

Notes — Nothing extraordinary and hence not unpalatable either. Hops and malt. Easy to drink, crisp. A decent failsafe option.

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4 Responses to “Samuel Adams Boston Lager”

  1. Grammar Nazi Says:

    Annathey; can you ask someone from India to join your team and write about Indian stuff once in a while? It will help sons of the soil like me a lot. 🙂

  2. Alan Smithee Says:

    Oh? There is one already. But he has not written yet.

  3. blackaccord Says:

    Sam Adams is just another typical New England thing.. Over-hyped and no substance… beer na adhu stella beer thaan.. besh besh..

  4. Maha Says:

    may be you should call it Saamivel Aattams – it can be considered
    a beer of the soil to sons of the soil.

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