Samuel Adams recently unveiled its Single Batch series, comprising bold, strong beers bottled in 22-ounce bombers. The Single Batch beers -- a red IPA, a double IPA, a chocolate chili bock, and an oaked blonde barleywine, each of which sells for $5 to $7 a bottle -- are among the most daring products Sam Adams has released. I'll have much more about the Single Batch series in next week's 99 Bottles column in the Globe. This week I posted mini-reviews of each of the beers on the 99 Bottles blog. (If you missed them, either scroll down or click here).
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