We’re Celebrating the Bicentennial of the War of 1812

Tall Ships and naval vessels from across the world are embarking on Boston now through July 5 to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812, the historic role played by the US Navy and the USS Constitution in the conflict, and the composing of our national anthem – The Star Spangled Banner.

A look at the Tall Ships in Boston

We are proud to support this commemoration by offering all sailors private tours at our Boston Brewery. We are also working with the following Boston bars and restaurants to support the troops.  Be sure to stop by and try Boston’s original craft beer- Samuel Adams Boston Lager® and refreshing Samuel Adams® Summer Ale:

Atlantic Beer Garden
Bell in Hand
Black Rose
Blackstone Grill
Cheers
Clarke’s Faneuil Hall
Coogan’s
Durgin Park
Durty Nelly’s
Green Dragon
Hennessy’s
Jose McIntyres
Mr. Dooley’s
Ned Devine’s
Paddy O’s
Porter’s Bar
Purple Shamrock
West End Johnnie’s
Whiskey Priest
  • Dennis Nelson

    I have been a huge supporter of Samuel Adams beer for many years now. I just sampled an “Octoberfest” and the first thing that comes to mind is, “this is a very fuckin weird tastin brew”. What the hell happened here?

  • ARLENE

    I WANTED TO PURCHASE BEER GLASSES IN YOUR E STORE.
    WHY DON’T YOU ACCEPT DISCOVER CARDS???