USA: New Englanders Revolt Against the 'Foreigners' as Sam Adams, Hammer & Nail, and New England Brewing Best Imports in Blind Taste Test
Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Summer Ale, and Cream Stout, along with local Connecticut beers Hammer & Nail Brown Ale, and New England Yankee Amber Ale handily won a blind taste-off against great beers from around the world, including Heineken, Corona, Guinness, Newcastle Brown Ale, and Bass Ale in a recent "Liquid Lunch" at Hartford's Vito's By The Park.
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