A departure from the norm is that we will not be toasting with champagne, sparkling wine or spumante. We will be ringing in the new year with Samuel
Infinium is a very, very special beer. It is brewed using very special method in very limited batches.
Infinium was first brewed in 2010 . . . guess what we toasted 2011 with? It is an amazing beer . . . I've never experienced anything quite like it. It is light, effervescent and champagne-like. Forget Miller High Life . . . Infinium is truly the champagne of beers.
It is made in the German style following the strict purity laws used for thousands of years. Infinium is dry-hopped with Bavarian Noble hops for a light citrus flavor. Its then bottle-conditioned with a traditional Belgian yeast and fermented in the champagne-method.
From Samuel Adams . . .
Our brewers worked for two years with the world’s oldest brewery, Germany’s Weihenstephan, to create this unique new beer style. A groundbreaking brew, made with only the four traditional ingredients: malted barley, hops, water and yeast, Infinium™ is a crisp champagne-like beer with fine bubbles and a fruity, spicy aroma. The crisp clean malt character and delicate fruit notes in this beer are complemented by a slight citrus flavor from dry hopping with Bavarian Noble hops. Bottle conditioning adds another layer of complexity and light spice notes.
Have fun and be safe . . . Happy New Year!!!
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