The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Cincinnati or Breinigsville, Pennsylvania. This one came in a mixed 12 pack I think they were calling "Summer Styles". Now, you might be surprised to hear that Sam dropped their enormous branding banner over top of the label art. Apparently though, they did that so they could place an even more gigantic name of the beer over top of everything. But at least you can see past and between the lettering.
Behind the name, two full beer mugs collide as people celebrate in a cozy Belgian village at the foot of a giant mountain. Between the beer name and art, Sam was sure to say "Product of USA" on the side in case you weren't sure and the experience led you to believe otherwise. Enjoy before Oct '12.
Fruity pear, Belgian yeast and spiced aroma. Light fruit, very soft flavors in the beginning. There is also plenty of yeast. Bananas and oranges come to mind. Not sweet but rather a bit hoppy. Light toasted malts and a grainy flavor persist throughout. Spicy cloves show up too. Clean. Good carbonation. Refreshing. I don't know the alcohol content but I'm guessing it's pretty low, matching the beer name. Good flavors. Not awesome but definitely solid. Nice refreshment and I liked the lingering fruity aftertaste too.