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Come out and Support Your Local Brewery!

September 1, 2011

There is no better way to kick off Labor Day weekend than enjoying some fresh craft beer, and tomorrow (September 2) you will find me starting my weekend off sampling some of the best beers that Massachusetts has to offer.

Come enjoy some fresh craft beer with us!

That’s right . There is another craft beer festival in town.

Join us at the 2nd Annual Mass Brewers Festival, where 20 breweries from across the Commonwealth will be featuring some of their most loved and special beers for everyone to enjoy!

There will be over 80 different beers to sample. You read correctly. 80 locally crafted beers for you to sample throughout the evening.

We will be pouring four delicious beers – two of which were brewed specifically for this event.  We will be offering the following:

–          Harpoon IPA

–          UFO Pumpkin

–          Chocolate Stout aged in Cabernet barrels

–          Uncle Fester (Harpoon Octoberfest aged with Brettanomyces & Munich Dark)

Along with plenty of delicious local brews, there will also be live music by Three Day Threshold and food available for purchase – it’s the perfect way to kick off Labor Day weekend!

Come hang out with your local breweries tomorrow at The World Trade Center Head House Concourse from 6:00PM to 9:30PM. Tickets are just $35 and include a souvenir cup and plenty of beer samples. You won’t want to miss out!

You can purchase your tickets here!

Come over to our stand and say hi – and come and meet your local craft brewers. Happy Labor Day!

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