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Publisher’s Letter

Executive of the Year by Don Billings
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PROFILE: The Women of Samuel Adams

When you think of who fits the traditional profile of a brewer, the first person to come to mind may be a burly, bearded man in flannel shirt and steel-toed boots. What you may be surprised to find out is that women have deep roots in brewing history. In fact, in the early days of brewing, women were the primary brewers. There was even an ancient Sumerian goddess of brewing, named Ninkasi.
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Where Does Beer Stand in the Hearts of Americans?

March 21st, 2017 America is in a “State of Beer” – the red, white and brew. Currently there are more breweries in America than at any other time in history. Before Prohibition, the highest number of breweries was 4,131,…

Samuel Adams Nitro Beers Launch Nationwide after 3 Years of Experimentation

Nitro White Ale, IPA and Coffee Stout Hitting Shelves BOSTON, January 25, 2016 Water. Malt. Hops. Yeast. These are the four traditional ingredients in beer. With the new Samuel Adams Nitro Project, the brewers want you to experience…

Boston Beer

By Mike Raven It was my pleasure to spend the morning talking with The Boston Beer Company’s founder and brewer, Jim Koch. Jim began in 1984 with a generations-old family recipe that had been uncovered in his father’s attic. Inspired…

Sam Adams: Brewing the American Dream

About a decade ago, a group of Samuel Adams employees volunteered to paint a local community center.