SAMUEL ADAMS SUMMER ALE-INFUSED LOBSTER ROLL RECIPE AND PAIRING NOTES
The Samuel Adams Summer Ale-infused lobster roll, created by Chef David Burke, embodies the warm season by combining the brew’s crisp wheat character and tangy, citrusy aromas with the buttery taste found in the lobster meat.
Samuel Adams Summer Ale is brewed with Grains of Paradise, a cardamom-like pepper from Africa, first used as a brewing spice in the 13th Century and rumored to have aphrodisiac properties. This peppery taste cuts through the richness of the lobster meat and balances its sweet flavors while also adding a distinct yet subtle depth to the citrus and wheat tastes of the brew.
Weighing in at 5.3% ABV, Samuel Adams Summer Ale is medium-bodied and hazy-gold in color.
- 16 oz. lobster meat (cooked)
- ¼ cup chopped celery
- ¼ cup chopped carrots
- ¼ cup diced green apples
- 4 tsp tarragon
- ½ cup mayonnaise
- 2 Tbsp cream cheese
- 2 Tbsp lemon juice
- 8 shaved scallions
- 4 artisanal rolls
- ¼ cup Samuel Adams Summer Ale
Mix mayonnaise, cream cheese and Samuel Adams Summer Ale together in a mixing bowl
Mix cooked lobster meat, celery, carrots, apples, tarragon, mayonnaise mixture, and lemon juice in a mixing bowl
Place one quarter of the lobster meat mixture into each bun
Top with shaved scallions to taste
Robinson’s Prime Reserve, Samuel Adams Summer Ale-Infused Lobster Roll Packages
The Samuel Adams Summer Ale-Infused Lobster Roll Package includes 4 servings of Claw & Knuckle Lobster Meat (16 oz.), 4 artisanal rolls, and 4 Samuel Adams Summer Ale Glasses for $124.95
The Samuel Adams Surf and Turf Package includes 4 (8oz) Aged Samuel Adams Boston Lager Cut Steaks, 4 servings of Claw & Knuckle Lobster Meat (16 oz.), 4 artisanal rolls, and 2 Samuel Adams Summer Ale Glasses and 2 Samuel Adams Boston Lager Pint Glasses for $174.95
Fans will receive 30% discount when using the code SAMADAMS in step one of the checkout process at Robinson’s Prime Reserve. www.robinsonsprimereserve.com.
For more recipes and pairing suggestions visit www.samueladams.com
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