PRESS RELEASE / May 5, 2021 (Boston and Cambridge, MA) – May is ALS Awareness Month, and both Samuel Adams and Lamplighter Brewing Co. are giving drinkers a way to make a difference this year. Lamplighter was inspired to make an impact after a member of their team lost her grandfather to ALS. Samuel Adams brewers, who annually support Ales for ALS, knew that a collaboration was the best way to brew good and do good – see the full story here.
Samuel Adams and Lamplighter have teamed up with Ales for ALS to create the Beacon of Hops series, a set of hazy beers for a good cause. Lamplighter Brewery in Cambridge, Samuel Adams Boston Brewery and Samuel Adams Boston Taproom are each launching their own unique brew within the series made with the Ales for ALS hop blends.
Beacon of Hops Brews:
- Beacon of Hops Hazy Pale Ale: Available at Lamplighter Brewery on draft and in 4-pack 16 oz cans. Preorder available here.
- Beacon of Hops Hazy New England-Style IPA: Available at Samuel Adams Boston Brewery on draft and in 4-pack 16-oz cans. Preorder available here.
- Beacon of Hops Hazy Double IPA: Available at Samuel Adams Boston Taproom on draft and in 32-oz crowlers. Preorder available here.
Both Samuel Adams and Lamplighter will donate a portion of proceeds from the Beacon of Hops series to the ALS Therapy Development Institute to help end the fight against ALS. These three brews are available as of today for pre-order to pick up or enjoy on-site starting Thursday, 5/6 through the month of May.
We are a brewery and taproom located in downtown Cambridge. Our focus is on aroma-packed and flavor-driven beers, with an emphasis on New England IPAs, barrel-aged sours, and special seasonals. We brew a variety of one-off batches that allow us to pursue our various whims, and we don’t shy away from funk, twists on tradition, and unique ingredients.
The Boston Brewery is the original home of Samuel Adams. From being our sole production facility in the 80’s to our Research and Development brewhouse today, it’s the cornerstone of the craft beer revolution.
Steps away from the Samuel Adams statue, our taproom is 15,000 square feet, 3 floors including a rooftop outdoor deck. Access to MBTA Blue and Orange line at State Street and Green line at Government Center. Steps from the Freedom Trail.
Equipped with a 10-hectoliter system, we’re looking to consistently experiment and try out new beer styles and flavor combinations to bring the most refreshing and innovative craft beer to the downtown Boston masses. Whether you’re catching a drink after work in the Financial District, visiting from out of town or before catching a game at TD Garden, come grab a fresh pint at one of our 3 bars and chat with us about why we love to do what we do.