Sam Adams Boston Brewery knows how to brew great beer. After all, they have been doing just that since they got their start here more than 30 years ago. Since then, it seems like every year they keep coming up with great ways to stay fresh and inventive.
Case in point – their latest invention – the Nitro Project. You can still find all of the same ingredients found in their beers (malt, hops, yeast and water) but they have taken a new spin on this one by adding nitrogen instead of carbonation. The result? A smooth and creamy beer that takes the form of three new flavors available now nationwide in cans.
We love the Nitro White Ale and Nitro IPA, but we couldn’t get enough of the Nitro Coffee Stout, a deliciously smooth black beer made with dark roasted malts with hints of bittersweet chocolate and dark fruit. The Nitro White Ale was a velvety, medium-bodied beer with 5.5 percent ABV. You can taste the hints of orange peel and coriander after the first sip. We also loved the Nitro IPA, a boldly bitter yet smooth take on a traditional IPA. Rich, creamy and hoppy, the amber-bodied beer has an ABV of 7.5 percent.
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