(Boston, MA) — New England’s leading independent craft brewer is paying homage to its roots by proudly celebrating the national... read post The post Samuel Adams Best Selling New England IPA Goes... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The St. Lawrence String Quartet gave a performance on Sunday of music by guys named Adams: John (Coolidge) Adams and Samuel Carl Adams, who happen to be closely related. I reviewed the program for SFCV.The more recent JCA quartet doesn't...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, 6 February, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, founded in 1780 by John Adams, the Rev. Samuel Cooper, and James Bowdoin, will host a discussion titled “Jefferson, Race, and Democracy.”The speakers will be AnnetteShow More Summary
Samuel Adams and Sierra Nevada are producing versions of the hoppy, hazy New England ales that are all the rage. But they run some risks.
(BOSTON, MA) – No stranger to revolutions, Samuel Adams has once again mirrored the rebellious traits of its namesake and crafted Sam... read post The post Samuel Adams Announces New Sam... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The company is looking into a space near Faneuil Hall Like a sentry guarding the entrance to Faneuil Hall, a statue of Samuel Adams stands tall near a vacant space that a modern-day Sam Adams could one day occupy. Jim Koch of the Boston...Show More Summary
(BOSTON, MA) Samuel Adams, New England’s leading independent craft brewer, has been named the “official beer of the Boston Red... read post The post Samuel Adams Named Official Beer of Boston Red... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
This is the grave of Samuel Adams. Born in 1722 in Boston, Adams started Harvard in 1736. Disappointing his parents, he took a greater interest in politics than the ministry. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1740 and a master’s in 1743. Unable to focus on business because of his political interests, he failed a […]
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The Panthers’ worst fears were confirmed with additional medical tests on Curtis Samuel‘s injured left ankle Tuesday. The rookie will miss the rest of the season, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, after being diagnosed with ligament damage. The Panthers have only four other receivers on their active roster – Devin Funchess, Russell Shepard, Kaelin Clay and [more]
A post shared by Samuel Adams Beer (@samueladamsbeer) on Oct 26, 2017 at 8:14am PDT Samuel Adams just made any beer-lover's dreams come true with the release of its new, limited-edition (and pricey!) brew. Utopias, as it's named, costs a whopping $200 per bottle and has an alcohol content so high that it's illegal to sell in 12 states. Show More Summary
Why on Earth would a Samuel Adams beer cost $200??? One good guess would be that it’s very rare. Little did I know, the brewery releases a beer called the Utopias every two years and yes it’s a limited release. Forbes mentions that the...Show More Summary
Two decades ago, Bobby Gordash entered his home brewed special English ale in the 1996 Samuel Adams LongShot American Homebrew competition. The beer, named after Gordash's affinity for fly fishing, was a hit. Gordash became a finalist and Boston Brewing Company invited him to brew a batch on location at the brewery in Massachusetts. Show More Summary
Every two years, Boston Beer Company’s Samuel Adams unleashes an event that pleases the passion of beer lovers everywhere with the release of Utopias. The biennial release, carries a price tag of $199 USD and an ABV (alcohol by volume) content of a whopping 28%, and it’s one of the beer world’s highly-anticipated events, as […]
(Scott Johnson) In 1747 Samuel Johnson announced the plan to write what became his Dictionary of the English Language. Johnson had hoped to get the job done in three years. His friend Richard Adams questioned his ability to complete such a massive undertaking in such a short time. Show More Summary
An advocacy group is calling for the renaming of Boston's historic Faneuil Hall because its namesake had ties to slavery. The meeting house built in 1742 is where Samuel Adams … Click to Continue »
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Another reason to doubt that Samuel Adams actually wrote and delivered the oration credited to him by a London pamphlet of 1776 is that he wasn’t known as an orator. For example, when the town of Boston commissioned annual orations from 1771 into the 1800s on the Fifth of March or the Fourth of July, Adams never took on the task of speaking. Show More Summary
Yesterday I described an oration that Samuel Adams delivered in Philadelphia on 1 Aug 1776—or at least that was what a pamphlet published in London said.In his 1865 biography of Adams, descendant William V. Wells wrote:There appeared...Show More Summary
In late 1776 a pamphlet appeared in London with the title:An Oration Delivered at the State-House, in Philadelphia, to a very numerous Audience, on Thursday the 1st of August, 1776; by Samuel Adams, Member of the the General Congress of the of America. Show More Summary