Samuel Adams’ Newest Beer ‘Utopia’ is Illegal in 15 States Due to High Level of Alcohol

By  //  October 19, 2019

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'This beer isn’t just scary levels of alcoholic, it’s actually illegal in several states'

This beer isn’t just scary levels of alcoholic, it’s actually illegal in several states. (Samuel Adams image)

(FOX NEWS) – This beer isn’t just scary levels of alcoholic, it’s actually illegal in several states.

Samuel Adams is bringing its Utopias beer back just in time for Halloween, but not everyone will be able to find the brew. Due to the drink’s high level of alcohol, it’s actually illegal in 15 states.

Utopias is described as a “barrel-aged extreme beer” and has a multiyear-long brewing process, Forbes reports. The 2019 brew is a blend of Sam Adams’ earlier extreme beers, which have reportedly been aged in wooden bourbon casks.

According to Forbes, Sam Adams’ only brewed 77 wooden casks of Utopias, which the outlet describes as having “distinct vanilla notes and subtle nutty and elegant dark fruit aromas.”

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