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The champagne-like beer is the result of a two-year partnership with Germany's Weihenstephan Brewery. The drink will be packaged in 750 milliliter bottles with 10.3 percent alcohol by volume – or twice the amount of a typical beer.
This is the South Boston-based company's first champagne-like beer. The beer will share both the Samuel Adams and Weihenstephan logos, and will be brewed at both companies' breweries.