BOSTON — A new menu has been introduced to the Boston Market in honor of the beer that made the city famous.
Boston Beer Company is now offering a Budweiser with a French Twist.
The new menu is a tribute to the brewer who founded Budweisers in 1923.
The menu will be available at 10 locations throughout the Boston area.
It’s the latest in a series of beers in honor and appreciation of the brewer.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh said the new menu was a reflection of his desire to give back to the community.
“This is a very small but significant contribution to the culture and the economy of Boston,” Walsh said.
The brew will be offered with the signature french twist of Budweis, which is made with smoked beef, sausages and caramelized onions.
Boston Public Schools is the official beer sponsor for the new program.
The program was introduced after Walsh made an effort to create more awareness of the brewery.
“We have a long history of supporting the city of Boston through its economic development efforts, and this is just another small way of doing so,” Walsh explained.