You know the Boston Beer Company. Most people (including the brewery themselves) often just refer to them as Samuel Adams (or just Sam Adams), but that isn’t actually the name of the brewing company. It’s the name of their flagship and most popular beer.
The Boston Beer Company/Sam Adams makes several different styles but the two of their beers I find people are most familiar with are the aforementioned Samuel Adams Boston Lager and their over-the-top creation: Utopias. Now, Boston Beer Company is ready to add another beer to their extensive lineup. Introduced at last year’s GABF, Sam ’76 is a sessionable (4.7%) beer with the complex flavor and character of an ale but the light crispness of a lager. It’s available in cans now and should start showing up on tap in April.