Magic Hat Newsletter

Magic Hat Brewing Company
A Delicious Doppelgänger Emerges from the Darkness. Is He Friend or Foe?
Circus Boy vs. Zirkus Boy

You Must #ChooseYourHefe,
But Choose Wisely

Hefe Split 6'er

When Circus Boy, our beloved American-style Hefeweizen, decided to ditch his carnie confines, he hitched it to Germany where he befriended fellow rabble-rouser Zirkus Boy. For the first time ever, we present to you a Split 6’er of these 2 distinctly different Hefeweizens.


Circus Boy

An unfiltered Hefeweizen whose prolific American hefe yeast swings among the bubbles, creating a mysterious haze. Just below the surface of his light malt body lies a mischievous addition of lemongrass and a subtle citrusy finish.

Circus Boy
Zirkus Boy

Zirkus Boy

At first glance, Zirkus Boy appears to be Circus Boy’s delicious doppelgänger: unfiltered, unfettered and unmatched in his liquid jest. However, upon further inspection, German Hefeweizen yeast esters of banana and clove are present as they swing over the slightest hint of lemongrass.


Now that you’ve been presented with these two Hefeweizens, you must now #ChooseYourHefe. Polls are open on our website, so cast your votes or forever hold your yeast. Be sure to Tweet and post your pics to Instagram and Twitter, too, using the hashtag #ChooseYourHefe.

Magic Hat Mardi Gras

2017 Magic Hat Mardi Gras a HUGE Success!

We’d like to thank those from the Burlington community and beyond for coming out to the 22nd annual Magic Hat Mardi Gras Weekend March 10th–12th. It was a cold one, but it all came together in the end, despite Saturday’s record low temperature (about -10 with the windchill!), Mardi Gras revelers appeared in droves and helped raise a bunch of money for our partner, the Vermont Foodbank.

Hit us up on Facebook to check out pictures from the weekend’s festivities, and be sure to block off some time in early March 2018 for the 23rd year of Magic Hat Mardi Gras!

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Sam Adams Newsletter

Hey Badassbeer!

I’m Jim, the brewing manager at the Boston Brewery. My to-do list varies every day, from propagating yeast for a brew, to running tests in the lab, to developing new recipes and performing quality evaluations, and sometimes operating our brewhouse equipment. But in my career as a brewer I’ve done every task imaginable. While I was in grad school for chemical engineering I began volunteering at a local brewery, where I helped on the bottling line – mostly in place of doing my research project. I received my master’s degree, but instead of staying for a Ph.D., I got an entry level job at a brewery and never looked back. This can be a difficult industry to start out in, with long hours and physically demanding work, but if you stick with it, you never know where you will end up! Working in the craft brewing industry is rewarding in so many ways, and there are great opportunities everywhere you look. One of the best parts of my job is getting to see the entire brew process through, from creating the recipe all the way to seeing our tour guests tasting the final product. But if you’re not able to make it to the brewery, crack a bottle of your favorite Sam Adams and read on for everything we’re up to this month.


We are once again proud to be the official beer sponsor of the Boston Marathon. When
Jim Koch, founder and brewer of Samuel Adams, released his first batch of Samuel Adams Boston Lager to the public, it was on Patriots’ Day (the day of the Boston Marathon) in 1985, right here in Boston. As if the city needs another reason to take pride in this heralded event, the alliance of two of Boston’s most recognized and beloved organizations makes the marathon even more special.

Available for a very limited time leading up to Marathon Monday, Samuel Adams Boston 26.2 Brew will be on draft only at race-related events, the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery, pubs and restaurants along the marathon route, and a limited number of pubs and restaurants throughout New England. Visit our website to learn more about this special beer, and check out our beer finder to find it near you!

Cheers to runners, spectators, and Bostonians celebrating the 121st Boston Marathon!


LongShot American Homebrew Competition
For 20 years, Samuel Adams has searched coast to coast for the country’s best homebrews in our annual LongShot American Homebrew Contest. This month, the competition comes full circle with the release of the LongShot Variety Pack. This 6-pack includes two bottles each of our winners’ beers, which will also be available in limited draft. Join us in raising a toast to the winning brews:

This mixed-fermentation American wild ale leads with an aroma of stone fruits and spice. Apricots impart a dry, sweet flavor that leads to a pleasant, lingering tartness.

This saison blends a soft malt character from white wheat with delicate floral notes of English hops, and finishes with a hint of pepper from Belgian yeast.

This Imperial Stout is aged on cocoa nibs and its decadent flavors of chocolate, espresso, and hints of raisins, lead to a lingering sweetness to finish.


Samuel Adams Hosts Brewing the American Dream Pop–Up Pitch Room Competition to Celebrate Food & Beverage Innovators in Austin, TX.

Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream hosted its first-ever Pop-Up Pitch Room Competition in celebration of start-ups gathering in Austin, TX for South by Southwest. Brewing the American Dream, Samuel Adams’s philanthropic program, provides micro-lending, coaching and mentoring to food, beverage, and craft brewing small business owners nationwide. Catherine Stiles, founder of Barbecue Wife Bloody Mary Mix, was awarded Grand Prize and named People’s Choice winner for having the best pitch based on the quality of the presentation, creativity, passion and product viability. Stiles won a $10,000 business grant, a media package from Foursquare, and will receive extensive business mentorship from of the team at Samuel Adams. Tapping into Austin’s celebration of interactive technology, drinkers at the event and nationwide were invited to virtually vote on Facebook Live for the “People’s Choice Award”, a $5,000 prize which Stiles also took home.

Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream Launches New Website/We are also excited to announce the launch of our newly designed Brewing the American Dream website that brings to life the stories of our passionate entrepreneurs and provides access to resources for food and beverage small business owners interested in learning more about our program. It features an interactive map so you can check out small businesses that we partner with across the country. You can also browse our events calendar for the year so you can plan to attend a Speed Coaching event near you!

Samuel Adams Upcoming Speed Coaching / Join us as we kick-off off our 2017 Brewing the American Dream Speed Coaching season in Allentown, PA. Speed Coaching is an incredible opportunity for small business owners of food, beverage and craft brewing businesses to get real world coaching on a range of issues from sales and distribution, to packaging and finance, to marketing and social media. Coaches from Samuel Adams, local-area business experts, and Accion, the nation’s leading non-profit provider of small business capital, are on tap to give concrete information and advice to help entrepreneurs make smart decisions. Join us on Monday, May 8th from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at Allentown Brew Works, located at 812 Hamilton Street, Allentown, PA.

To learn more, visit
Brewing the American Dream.


26.2 BREW



This deep golden Gose style ale is as exceptional as the athletes that run the Boston Marathon. A blend of malted and unmalted wheat creates light cereal notes, while Saaz Noble hops contribute a crisp, citrusy character. Salt and coriander, traditional ingredients in this style, add a subtle peppery spice that gives way to a clean finish, accented by notes of soft fruit and zesty citrus. This light-bodied, limited release brew is a refreshing, delicious choice whether you’re pounding the pavement or cheering from the sidelines.


Item of the Month

Fresh as Helles T’s!

Have your favorite shirts been hiding under layers of sweatshirts and jackets all winter? It’s time to celebrate the warmer temperatures of spring by finally going sweater-free in a fresh new shirt! For a limited time, our Fresh as Helles T’s are available on our E-store for an incredible price. After all, who doesn’t want to look Fresh as Helles for spring?


In our opinion, there is no better Samuel Adams experience than the one you get here at the Boston Brewery. Come learn about our history, the brewing process and, of course, taste some of our award winning beers.



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April After-Hours:
Beer & Oysters

Come by the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery on Thursday, April 20th to celebrate our partnership with the Wellfleet SPAT! SPAT, or Shellfish Promotion and Tasting, Inc., promotes the shellfish farming industry in Wellfleet, MA. We’ll be pairing legendary Wellfleet oysters with beer, providing a sensory exploration experience! Your ticket gets you 6 samples of our newest beers to pair alongside 6 locally grown oysters. Because of the unique nature of this event, tickets will be $20.

This is a 21+ event and last call is at 8:15 p.m.

Where: The Samuel Adams Boston Brewery
When: Thursday, April 20th, 5:30–8:30 p.m.


American Craft Beer Week
Pig Roast

Are you a fan of live bluegrass music, fresh cooked BBQ, and Samuel Adams beer? Join us Friday, May 12th as we kick off American Craft Beer Week with our 3rd Annual ACBW Pig Roast at the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery! We’re opening the doors to our brewery and hop garden and getting hog-wild with our friends from Blue Ribbon BBQ. the Four Bridge Bluegrass Band, and Nelson Hiller and Friends. We’ll be roasting several whole pigs and serving up pulled chicken and pork with all the sides n’ fixin’s, homemade beer BBQ sauces, and of course, plenty of brewery–exclusive Samuel Adams Beer! In addition to the live music, your ticket includes a full BBQ dinner (vegetarian option available) and six 7oz beer samples.

For serious BBQ and craft beer lovers, we’re thrilled to offer a very limited VIP session with Blue Ribbon BBQ’s head chef and a Certified Cicerone from the Boston Brewery, who will teach you the art of the carve and the perfect beer pairing. Your demonstration will include its very own pig, carving tips and tricks, and most importantly, a guided flight of exclusive brews from our Barrel Room Collection paired with different cuts of pork. The VIP session will last from 5:45–6:30 p.m. and afterward you’ll keep the festivities going with the party’s full beer and food spread.

This is a 21+ event. Last call is at 8:45. General Admission tickets are $30, and VIP Experience tickets are $55. Sorry, no refunds.




Our Boston Lager Apricot-Mustard Glaze is a flavorful glaze for both pork and poultry dishes, and is perfect for any springtime occasion. The fiery heat of an English mustard contrasts the sweet flavor of the apricot preserves and is rounded out by the well-balanced malt notes of Samuel Adams Boston Lager. Pour this seasonal glaze over a roast at the beginning of the cooking, and the flavor will continue developing as it cooks down and mixes with leftover juices in the pan. We like to pair this with – what else – Boston Lager, but try it with Fresh as Helles for a festive seasonal twist!

Whisk together all ingredients. Season to taste.


  • ½ Cup Samuel Adams Boston Lager
  • ½ Cup Apricot Preserves
  • 1 teaspoon Freshly Ground White Pepper
  • 1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
  • ⅓ Cup English Mustard
  • Salt, to taste

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Opa Opa or Brewmasters Brewing Services True or false

After reading the latest issue of Yankee Brew News, It had told about two brewers buying a brewery in Williamsburg owned by Opa Opa steakhouse. This is exactly what it says and I hope it doesn’t get me in trouble!

Big Contract Brewing Services

Dennis Bates and Mike Charpentier who bought the 20-barrel brewery behind Brewmaster’s Tavern in Williamsburg in June 2016 (previously owned by the Opa Opa) are looking toward opening a Tasting Room at the same site. There’s plenty of beer to be had, as they are also renting the seven barrel system at the Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery in Southampton. “It’s a place for patrons to come in and have a taste and maybe some retail space would be perfect” Mike said. This new venture called Brewmasters Brewing service brew and packages, (read “contract brews”) for over 14 beer labels throughout the country.

Well on two different visits to Opa Opa Steakhouse, I had asked the owner Thamus and then his son-in-law Steve about the story, and they both told me, that it was only renting. So even though there are two different stories, I will believe Thamus and Steve till proven wrong!


Thamus on the right


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Steve with hat on check something


Dennis Bates and Mike Charpentier


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Saint Arnold Newsletter

Saint Arnold Army Newsletter
Dear Saint Arnold’s Army:


Beer Dinner at Saint Arnold
Wednesday, March 23 at 6:00 PM

For the past several weeks, our Chef Ryan has been sneaking off in the middle of the day to sit in the Beer Hall with Lennie and Josh. We noticed that after these meetings, they all seemed very happy. Turns out they were tasting all of the menu items for our upcoming beer dinner, and deciding which beer tastes best with each course. We call this work.

You can taste the fruits of their labor at a special Beer Dinner in our Investors Pub on Wednesday, March 23. Chef Ryan will guide you through five courses and the beers we chose to pair with each. Taps will open at 6:00 PM, and we’ll sit down for dinner at 6:30.

Reservations are $50 per person, and space is very limited. Check out the full menu below and reserve your seats here.

Chanterelle Mushrooms, Swiss Chard,
Toasted Parmesan Cheese with Crispy Speck
paired with Fancy Lawnmower
Shrimp Stuffed Squid with Polenta and Salsa Verde
paired with Boiler Room Berliner Weisse
Duck Tortelloni
Raddichio, Béchamel, Roasted Grape Tomato
paired with Amber Ale
Lamb Chops with Couscous, Sundried Tomato,
Celery Root, Spinach and Mint Balsamic
paired with Art Car IPA
Cherry and Chocolate Clafouti
with Cardamom Cookie Ice Cream and Candied Kumquats
paired with Icon Blue – Coffee Porter

Fish on Fridays

Seafood Lunch Specials every Friday through Easter.

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Pub Night at Saint Arnold

Friday, March 11 – 5:0010:00 PM

Pub Night is back this evening, and you’ll have another chance to enjoy our brand new Adambier, Divine Reserve No. 16, on draft. We’ll also be tapping a special cask of Ale Wagger Brown, your dog’s favorite beer.

Side note: If you’ve got a rescue animal that you want featured on our social media, take a photo of him/her with a bottle of Ale Wagger and send it to We’ll make your pet famous!

Back to Pub Night: If you want to make a night of it and enjoy dinner here too, Chef Ryan will be doing his thing in the kitchen. In addition to the usual Burgers, Brats and Crawfish Rolls, our kitchen crew will be preparing Frito Pies (or Chili Cheese Fries!), Blackened Chicken Wings and Tacos a la Plancha – skirt steak, onion and cilantro, queso fresco, lime and corn tortillas. Yum.

Santo De Mayo 5K at the Brewery
Sunday, May 1 at 8:30 AM

In May, we’re bringing our love of beer and love of running together for our Second Annual Santo De Mayo 5K, and it’s the perfect way to kick off the Santo De Mayo season. The run will start at the brewery at 8:30 AM, snake through Downtown and wind up back here – where we’ll be conveniently waiting for you with beers!

Your entry will include a commemorative Santo De Mayo 5K pint glass, a technical race shirt, three tasty beers, chip timing and a commemorative race bib.

Entry is $40 to run. If you’re not into running or you want to just cheer on a friend, you can still join us – $20 will get you a Beer & Party Pass.

Register for the Santo De Mayo 5K.

We’re Hiring!

If you love Saint Arnold beer (we’re kind of assuming you do) and like to work hard (we hope you do), you might just be the next member of our Brew Crew! We have several positions open at the moment including: Accounting Manager, Beer Hall Server and Cook.

Check out our Careers page for full job descriptions, and tell us why you want to join our team. Send resumes and cover letters (please include this) to

Spring Break with Saint Arnold in Florida

If you’re Spring Breaking in Florida this year, we want in. We’ll ride in your checked bag. We won’t bother you a bit. Actually, never mind. You don’t need to smuggle your favorite beer to Florida – we sell it there!

Next Wednesday, March 16, Lulu’s Bait Shack on Fort Lauderdale Beach is the place to be for Saint Arnold goodness. They’ll have live music and Saint Arnold swag starting at 7:00 PM. And of course, beer. Cold, delicious beer.

If you’re elsewhere in South Florida, don’t fret. You can find our beer from Delray Beach all the way south to Key West. If a local asks you what you’re drinking, spread the good word of the Patron Saint of Brewers.

Watch the Tournament at Doc’s

March 17 – April 4

We can’t say the name of the basketball tournament that’s about to begin, but we think you know the one. It’s this month, and it’s chaos.

Doc’s in Montrose is the place to be for the Official Saint Arnold Watch Party – they’ll feature $3.75 drafts of our beer all tournament long, as well as prizes during select games.

Let Saint Arnold be the official beer of your winning bracket. (And your terrible one too!)

Reminders: Coming Up Soon

44th Annual Buffalo Bayou Partnership Regatta
Saturday, March 127:30 AM2:00 PM
Learn more and register.

Saint Arnold Inwood Open: Disc Golf Tournament
Saturday, March 19 – Sunday, March 20
Learn more and register.

4th Annual Houston Barbecue Festival at NRG Park
Sunday, May 221:005:00 PM
Information and tickets.
Use coupon code saintarnold2016 for 10% off!

Other Fun Stuff

Tap Takeover at Your Pie
Friday, March 11 at 5:00 PM
Featuring DR16, Pumpkinator, Icon Blue – Coffee Porter,
Art Car IPA, Spring Bock and more.

Tap Takeover at Whole Foods, Waugh
Saturday, March 12 at 4:00 PM
Featuring Bishop’s Barrel No. 10, 20th Anniversary Ale,
Divine Reserve No. 16, Art Car IPA and Fancy Lawnmower.

Saint Arnold Night at Wakefield Crow Bar
Tuesday, March 15 at 6:00 PM

Saint Arnold Night at Gordon Street Tavern, Alvin
Wednesday, March 16 at 6:30 PM
Featuring DR16, DR15, Boiler Room randalled through grilled pineapple,
Icon Blue – Coffee Porter, Spring Bock, limited Bishop’s Barrels and live music!

St. Patrick’s Day at Hotel Derek
Thursday, March 175:307:30 PM
$19 gets you a strolling tour with Saint Arnold beer tastings,
a souvenir glass and lite bites.

Shinyribs at Cottonwood
Saturday, March 26 at 7:00 PM
Featuring free live music and special beer tappings.

Thank you for your continued support!
The Brew Crew
Aaron, Alex, Allison, Andrew (3), Ben (2), Betsey, Bob, Brenton, Brock, Bruce, Bryan, Carlos, Chelsea, Colin, Connor (2), Crispy, Dan, Daniel, Deb, Dennis, Don, Donny, Dorothy, Drew, Eddie, Emily, Emmanuel, E’ Mandi, Frank, Gonzo, Grant, Halston, Jared, Jeremy, Jessie, Jim, Jimmy, Joe (2), Joel, Jon, Josh (3), Justin (2), Kathy, Kelsey, Kendra, Kenneth, Kevin, Lennie, Lisa, Marc, Mark, Matt, Matthew, Mary (2), Melissa, Michael (3), Nathan, Phil, Ricardo, Richard, Ryan (3), Salvador, Sebastian, Serena, Spenser, Stephen & Will
Beer Hall Hours

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Friday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM 

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Troegs Newsletter

TroegsWay November 2015
Beer Visit Shop Blog

  Cultivator & Anthology Spring  
  The 2016 Hop Cycle has begun with the release of Cultivator Helles Bock! Emerging from springtime’s fertile ground, our Cultivator celebrates the start of hop-growing season as sprawling fields of hop rhizomes climb and tether to hop bines. This spring bock delivers hints of toasted grains, fresh baked bread and delicate floral hops. Cultivator is available on draft and in 6-packs, 12-packs, and cases of 12-ounce bottles, as well as 12-packs of 12-ounce cans.

With the arrival of Cultivator comes a new Anthology sampler pack for springtime. Each Anthology Spring 12-pack is blooming with our best-selling Perpetual IPA plus year-round favorite HopBack Amber, Hop Cycle seasonal Cultivator Helles Bock, and another exclusive limited Scratch Beer release – a French-style Saison. Anthology Spring will be available in all of our distribution markets by mid-February. In the coming months, Anthology Summer and Fall will follow suit to include Perpetual IPA as well as rotating year-round, Hop Cycle, and Scratch Series beers.


  Nugget Nectar  

We’re still knee-deep in Nugget Nectar season, but don’t blink. It’ll be gone before you know it. Grab some while you can before this once-a-year release disappears until 2017.

It’s impossible to forget your first squeeze. Once a year, as the newest humulus lupulus harvest arrives at Tröegs, we blend these super-fresh hops into an Imperial Amber Ale. Excessively dry-hopped, Nugget Nectar is an explosion of pine, resin and mango.


  DreamWeaver 12-packs  
  DreamWeaver Wheat is coming in 12-packs! The last of our year-round beers to be released in this format, look for DreamWeaver 12-packs everywhere Tröegs beer is sold by late February. The dream begins with open-top fermentation. At high krausen, a foamy, rocky yeast head crests the sides of the fermenter, releasing notes of black pepper and spicy clove. Unfiltered and cloudy with yeast, DreamWeaver is slightly tart and downright refreshing.  

  North Carolina Expansion  
  After launching in North Carolina back in September 2014, we’re gearing up to open two additional markets in this juggernaut of a craft beer state. By March, you can expect to see Tröegs throughout Asheville and the Outer Banks. We’ve already begun shipping beer to Asheville, so look for Tröegs to start popping up on shelves as early as mid-February. We plan to follow up with Outer Banks in early March. With the addition of these two markets, Tröegs will now be available across the entire state of North Carolina! Check out our Brew Finder to locate Tröegs beers near you.  

  Splinter Series  

Last month, we announced plans for our Splinter Cellar and the addition of three new foeders to expand our Splinter Beer Series of wood-aged beers. We’re excited to release a few Splinter Beers over the next few months leading up to the completion of the Splinter Cellar in early June. The first release will be barrel-aged Troegenator, available exclusively at the brewery in 375mL cork & cage bottles on Monday, February 29. We’ll release a few other Splinter Beers over the next few months, including Wild Elf, our first foeder experiment featuring sour cherries harvested locally from Peter’s Orchard. Tune in to as well as our social media channels for all the latest Splinter Series news and announcements.


  Food Notes  
  Are you a craft beer drinker who also happens to be a foodie? Check out our detailed Food Notes for all of our beers at Each illustrative artwork includes a handy profile as well as contrasting and complementary food and flavor pairings for each of our beers. We’ve also included foods to steer clear of when pairing with specific beers. Next time you’re planning a food and beer pairing or tasting event, be sure to check them out! You can also purchase art prints and postcards of all our Food Notes at  

  Tröegs Events  
  Click HERE for a complete list of Tröegs events for February and beyond, including tons of Nugget Nectar “First Squeeze” events.

Wed. 2/17 – Tröegs Tap Takeover @ Craft Beer Bar, 1846 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH – 6 to 8pm

Wed. 2/17 – Tröegs Beer Dinner @
Stonehedge Inn, 160 Pawtucket Blvd, Tyngsborough, MA – 6:30pm

Thu. 2/18 – Nugget Nectar Firkin @
McGrath’s Pub, 202 Locust St, Harrisburg, PA – 5pm

Fri. 2/19 – Nugget Nectar Pin @
Knickerbocker Tavern, 3957 6th Ave, Altoona, PA – 6:30pm

Sat. 2/20 – Hibrewnation @
York Expo Center, 334 Carlisle Ave, York, PA – 12 to 5pm

Sat. 2/20 & Sun. 2/21
Boston Globe Travel Show: NE Craft Beer Pavilion @ Seaport World Trade Center – 3 sessions!

Mon. 2/22 – Tröegs Beer Dinner @
Irv’s Pub, 814 E. Chocolate Ave, Hershey, PA – 6pm

Fri. 2/26 & Sat. 2/27
Pittsburgh Winter Beer Fest @ David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 100 Fort Duquesne Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA – 6 to 10pm

Tue. 3/1 – Tröegs Beer Dinner @
Carbone’s Kitchen, 6 Wintonbury Mall, Bloomfield, CT6pm

Wed. 3/9 – Tröegs Beer Dinner @
The Millworks
, 340 Verbeke St, Harrisburg, PA – 6:30p


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