If you find yourself at a rural convenience store on the way to a campsite, Sam Adams' Boston Lager can save the day. The New England brewing giant's flagship beer, which first hit the market in 1984, uses noble hops and a house yeast strain, ingredients that give the beer a classic character that's made it so popular over the years. The lager is copper colored with a frothy white head and its bubbly carbonation meets smooth notes of biscuit and hints of grassy hops, all of which tastes better outdoors.
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