Samuel Adams Honey Queen

The harmonious blend of mead and beer, known as a Braggot, takes us back to medieval times, dating back as far as the 12th century.

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Description

Samuel Adams Honey Queen

The harmonious blend of mead and beer, known as a Braggot, takes us back to medieval times, dating back as far as the 12th century. To capture that floral honey essence we used a combination of three unique honeys, along with the complexity of the hops, and the addition of chamomile to create this unique Braggot. This whimsical brew has a floral and slightly tart sweetness that gives way to a much awaited honey finish.

HOP VARIETIES
East Kent Goldings, Strisselspalt, & Aramis
MALT VARIETIES
Samuel Adams two-row pale malt blend, & acidulated malt
YEAST STRAIN
Samuel Adams ale yeast
COLOR
Pale Golden / 5 SRM
SPECIAL INGREDIENTS
Orange Blossom honey, Clover honey, Alfalfa honey & Chamomile
ALC. BY VOL/WT
7.5% ABV / 5.8%ABW
IBUs
10
CAL PER SERVING
214 per 12 oz serving
AVAILABILITY
May

Samuel Adams Honey Queen

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