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Say cheers to in-flight beer flights.

Andrea Romano
September 26, 2017

JetBlue and Samuel Adams have teamed up to bring signature brews to beer lovers who are flying to Denver for the Great American Beer Festival this fall. And to celebrate the partnership, they're introducing the first ever cruising altitude beer flight on October 5.

During the trip, Sam Adams founder, Jim Koch, will guide passengers through an exclusive craft beer flight. Drinkers will experience the Samuel Adams OctoberFest, along with two additional special beers that will be revealed on the flight.

The JetBlue and Sam Adams crews will also treat passengers to Oktoberfest-themed activities and other surprises before they touch down in Denver for the festival.

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Interested beer-lovers can book seats for Flight 97 directly with JetBlue. The boozy flight takes off from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport at 8:22 p.m. EST.

For more information on The Great American Beer Festival in Denver, which runs from October 5 through October 7, check out the festival’s website.

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