Sam Adams Released A Beer So Strong, It's Illegal In 15 States

Samuel Adams' newest craft beer is so strong that it is illegal in 15 states. Luckily, here in Florida, anything goes.

The 11th beer in the Utopia line has been extreme barrel aged in ex bourbon barrels, has distinct vanilla notes, subtle nutty and dark fruit aromas and at 28%ABV packs a punch! That means that if you live in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, or West Virginia, you will have to go on a road trip to get your hands on the limited-edition beer.

Samuel Adams only brewed 77 wooden casks of the beer, which were bottled in a custom, 25.4-ounce ceramic decanter designed to look like a copper brew kettle. If you are lucky enough to track down the Utopia beer, it'll cost you at least $210. Click here to visit the Samuel Adams website to find the nearest place to buy this beer.


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