Do you know how to enjoy a perfect Sam Adams like Grandma Jean?
Grandma Jean celebrated her 95th birthday with a very special Sam Adams. While any birthday is a reason to celebrate, turning 95th is a huge occasion. Luckily, this Wisconsin native had her special beer to toast another candle on her birthday cake.
Over the past several months, people are always looking for happy, lighthearted stories. In a world that seems to be stuck in a perpetual Groundhog Day scenario, those feel good moments make everyone smile.
Recently, Grandma Jean, a Wisconsin native, celebrated her 95th birthday. A huge fan of Sam Adams Boston Lager, her family reached out to the company to ask for something special to mark the occasion. The beer brand delivered in a big way.
It seems that Grandma Jean has enjoyed a Boston Lager every day for the past 36 years. Putting together those numbers, it seems that Grandma Jean has drunk over 13,000 beers. While no one is saying that Boston Lager is the fountain of youth, a beer a day has done that Wisconsin resident some good.
To mark the occasion, Sam Adams created a custom Grandma Jean Boston Lager Pack. Check out this video of Grandma Jean getting her beer.
With many, many years of beer drinking experience in her lifetime, Grandma Jean has developed a special seven step method of enjoying the perfect Boston Lager.
Here’s Grandma Jean’s rules for enjoying the perfect Boston Lager
- Take bottle out of the fridge
- Place bottle in freezer
- Set timer for 10 minutes
- Grab beer out of freezer
- Put beer into koozie (preferably favorite sports team)
- Enjoy and repeat 1-2 times
- Always have an extra 12 pk on hand
Thinking about this seven rules, we applaud Grandma Jean and her commentary. A good koozie, preferably a Packers koozie, is a must in our world. No one wants a warm beer.
Second, it is always imperative to have extra beer on hand. You never know when a friend, neighbor or random person might need a frosty cold one. Hospitality is a cornerstone of Midwest nice.
Lastly, having just one beer is hard. Round numbers, 2, 4, maybe 6 when the Packers go into overtime, just make sense. One is a lonely number and Midwestern life is never lonely.
Cheers to Grandma Jean and thanks for sharing your beer drinking tips. We look forward to raising an ice cold Sam Adams Boston Lager in your honor.
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