Samuel Adams New England IPA is an American IPA by the Boston Beer Company that blends hoppy citrus and pine with tropical fruit and doughy bread. Read the craft beer review.

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The Samuel Adams New England IPA is a New England IPA by the Boston Beer Company. For the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in an IPA glass from a 16 oz. can.

Packaging art for the Samuel Adams New England IPA by Boston Beer Company

Packaging art for the Samuel Adams New England IPA by Boston Beer Company

Appearance

The IPA pours a hazy yellow-orange and is topped by a towering stack of dense white foam that shows excellent retention. Patches of lace cling to the sides of the glass.

Aroma

The aroma is faint but consists of citrus, pine, and doughy bread.

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Flavor

The palate is led by a taste of doughy bread and pine. A bitter finish adds juicy lemon and grapefruit atop sweet and mellow tropical fruit; particularly pineapple. A hint of booze appears as the beer warms.

Mouthfeel

Oats and wheat lend a smooth and creamy feel. Medium body and moderate carbonation.

Label art for the Samuel Adams New England IPA by Boston Beer Company

Label art for the Samuel Adams New England IPA by Boston Beer Company

Overall

The aroma could be stronger but otherwise, the Samuel Adams New England IPA represents its style nicely. It certainly looks the part and its juicy, piney flavor tastes great. It might not be on the level of the better New Englanders, but considering its price point, this brew is definitely worth picking up.

Recommended Pairings

The Boston Beer Company recommends the following food pairings with their Samuel Adams New England IPA: clam chowder and cobb salad; entrees of fish and chips, and mango-chili chicken; sweets of pineapple upside down cake and fruit topped bread pudding.

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  1. I have had different I P A ale’s but I would like to complement Samual Adams for this great tasting I P A, thank you and keep it coming to Maryland 🍺

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