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Berkshire Mountain Distillers' & Boston Beer Co's Two Lanterns American Whiskey

Berkshire Mountain Distillers has spent four years on the Boston Beer Co whiskey collaboration

Berkshire Mountain Distillers has spent four years on the Boston Beer Co whiskey collaboration

Category - Spirits, whiskey, American

Available - From this month

Location - US: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey and Georgia

Price: RRP US$120 per bottle

Berkshire Mountain Distillers has partnered with Boston Beer Co to release a whiskey using distilled Samuel Adams Boston Lager. The four-year collaboration involved 25,000 gallons of Samuel Adams, which produced 1,000 gallons of Two Lanterns whiskey, Berkshire Mountain said.

The distilled Samuel Adams was aged for four years in ex-Bourbon barrels. Once fully emptied, the American oak barrels used for ageing the whiskey will be used by Boston Beer Co, for a yet-to-be-named barrel-aged beer.

"After... over four years, we can't wait for drinkers to finally have the chance to enjoy...Two Lanterns whiskey distilled with Boston Lager," said Boston Beer's founder & brewer, Jim Koch.

Last month, Boston Beer announced plans to launch an overview of its core brands as the brewer hit its fourth straight quarter of decline.


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