Boston Harbor Whiskey

Nov 25, 2015

Category: Vices

There’s a lot to love about the Boston beer scene, with the biggest brewery being the Boston Beer Co., brewers of Sam Adams beer. Now, one of the town’s distilleries has introduced three new whiskies that have each been distilled from a different Sam Adams brew.

The new whiskies are brewed using New World Tripel, Thirteenth Hour Stout and Merrymaker Gingerbread Stout, all of which are a part of the Sam Adams Barrel Room Collection. The New World Triple provides for a sweet and savory finish, the Thirteenth Hour Stout is filled with espresso and cinnamon flavors, and the Merrymaker has a buttery, roasted orange and spice flavoring. After being turned into whiskey, their ABVs come in at a whopping 84 proof makeup, yet still remain full-bodied and flavorful. [Purchase]

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