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Samuel Adams is having an impromptu fundraiser to help raise money for those affected by Superstorm Sandy.



On Thursday (Nov. 15), Samuel Adams will host a special open house at its Jamaica Plain brewery. All money from the tickets will go directly to the Red Cross Foundation.



Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and last call is 8:40 p.m.



Tickets are available by clicking here.



There are two different packages. The Beer Enthusiast tickets are $25 each. You get four Samuel Adams beer samples, including some limited releases, a free Samuel Adams Lager glass, and light fare.



The other tier is the Beer Extremist. The Beer Extremist will get a sample of the Samuel Adams 10th Anniversary Utopias, an empty 10th Anniversary Utopias bottle signed by founder Jim Koch, five samples of beers, including limited releases, a glass and light fare.



The Beer Extremist tickets are $50.



If you’re around on Thursday, this seems like a great way to help raise money for those who really need it.



 

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