Sunday, May 21, 2017

Sunday Night Suds - Samuel Adams Hopscape

This week's Sunday Night Suds looks at Samuel Adams Hopscape Ale.

This beer is a relatively new winter seasonal offering from the good folks of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. First introduced in the Fall of 2016, this unflavored beer draws its complex hop flavor and name from the four types of West Coast hops used in the brew process --Zeus, Centennial, Citra, and Chinook.

The beer has some definite citrus notes and has a grapefruit like flavor which rivals the Uinta Wyld, another unflavored beer (reviewed here which makes you wonder how they brewed this without any additives.

The Hopscape would go well with most chicken or fish dishes and could easily substitute for a Chardonnay if you were looking to upgrade or downgrade (depending on your perspective on beer) a YT meal.

The Samuel Adams Hopscape Ale is under the Kosher Supervision of the Star-K and has a Star-K certification mark on the label. To see what the experts on Beer Advocate think about this brew, please follow this link -

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