Samuel Adams Boston Lager

473 mL can  |   LCBO#:  365601
$3.25
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    In 1984, with a recipe developed by his great-great-grandfather, Samuel Adams founder Jim Koch launched the American craft brewing industry with his first batch of Boston Lager. It's an easy-drinking style, with malty and banana-bread notes balanced by citrusy hops. Pour with deli sandwiches, fish and chips or barbecue.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    4.8%
    Made In:
    Massachusetts, USA
    By:
    Boston Beer Company
    Style:
    Medium & Malty
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    4.8%
    Made In:
    Massachusetts, USA
    By:
    Boston Beer Company
    Style:
    Medium & Malty

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