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Cambridge Brewing Company: Boston’s First Brewpub »

Boston has a long history of craft brewing, of course, but did you know that Cambridge Brewing Company was the first commercial brewery in America to produce a Belgian beer? Opened in 1989, Cambridge Brewing Company in Kendall Square was also the first brewery-restaurant in the Boston area – basically, it’s Boston’s first brewpub! Cambridge […]
Posted by: Fiona Chandra on April 21, 2016 @ 3:36 pm
Filed under: Blog,Gourmet Pigs,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest

A Boston to New Hampshire Brewery Tour »

New England has over 100 craft breweries, including over 2 dozen in New Hampshire alone. Allo Gilinsky, the owner of Pints of Portsmouth, hailed from Northern California, and he was surprised at how many craft breweries he found so close to his new home in Boston. He found so many great craft breweries in the area, […]
Posted by: Fiona Chandra on March 31, 2016 @ 2:51 pm
Filed under: Blog,Gourmet Pigs,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest

10 Must-Do Steps for Sustainable Homebrewing »

In the craft beer world, solar panels and ambitious recycling programs have become the norm. Microbreweries from Alaska to Colorado to Massachusetts strive to be sustainable, local, and organic. But there’s an even greener way to drink beer: Make handcrafted ales in the comfort of your own home. The 1.2 million U.S. homebrewers have some […]
Posted by: Nicola on April 17, 2015 @ 3:55 pm
Filed under: Blog,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest,Local Craft Brewfest,Sustainability

As Hyper-Local As It Gets: “5-Mile Ales” Sourced Within… Well, 5 Miles »

Ipswich Ale Brewery sets itself apart by brewing it’s ales as naturally as possible: unfiltered and unpasteurized. This “english” style of brewing gives their ales a fuller flavor than other ales. Ipswich also sets itself by growing some of its own ingredients. So from year to year, and season to season, things can taste slightly different. […]
Posted by: Dvora Gautieri on June 13, 2014 @ 11:31 am
Filed under: Blog,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest,Live Madly On

A piece of MAss in Every Glass at Wormtown Brewery »

Started in 2010, Wormtown Brewery is the first brewery in Worcester since 1962. The name itself has local significance; many longtime residents fondly refer to Worcester as Wormtown, a nickname dating back to the punk rock movement of the late 1970s. The name Wormtown embodies the free spirited, do-it-yourself ethic that is simply Worcester. The […]
Posted by: Kerrie Urban on June 11, 2014 @ 3:46 pm
Filed under: Blog,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest,Urban Foodie Finds

No Hype, Just Good Beer »

Things Are Looking Up! “Things are looking up!” is an understatement for Berkshire Brewing Company, who will be celebrating 20 years this September. On February 1st 1994 Chris Lalli and Gary Bogoff broke ground and began renovation on an old cigar factory in Deerfield, MA; transforming it into what would be a, “cutting edge microbrewery.” […]
Posted by: Amber Michele on June 9, 2014 @ 3:30 pm
Filed under: Blog,Elevated Living,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest

Get a Local Uber Driver to Get you to and From The Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest! »

 Are you a hyper-lover of beer? Hop in an Uber and head down to the 3rd Annual Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest!  Driven by a local partner-driver, Uber is offering not one but TWO free rides (up to $20) to get new users to and from the Brewfest at the Somerville Armory!  If you haven’t heard of […]
Posted by: Nicola on @ 10:14 am
Filed under: Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest,Sponsor Announcements

Four Star Farms Shines in Local Craft Brews »

The next time you taste a Massachusetts craft beer, consider the fact that an ancient glacial lake may be part of the history of your beverage. Tens of thousands of years ago, Lake Hitchcock, with its clay bottom and fertile sediment, covered much of the land along what is now the Connecticut River in central […]
Posted by: Beth Falk on June 4, 2014 @ 12:14 pm
Filed under: Beth Falk Writes,Blog,Farms,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest

Aeronaut Brewing Takes Flight in Somerville »

It’s a good time to be a craft brewer. According to the Brewers Association, the industry grew by 20% in 2013, and 17% in 2012. Rather than crowding each other out, local microbreweries seem to be increasing the demand for craft beer in general, as well as for a wide variety of options in terms […]
Posted by: Nicola on May 30, 2014 @ 10:00 am
Filed under: Blog,Corn Free July,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest

Welcome Back Narragansett- A Light Beer With a Big History »

“Hi, Neighbor, have a ‘Gansett!,” was a slogan your Granddad heard during Boston Red Sox games for decades. Founded in 1890 in Rhode Island, Narragansett Beer grew over the years to be the most popular beer in New England and boasted of owning the largest, state-of-the-art brewery and bottling plant in the region. In 1965 […]
Posted by: Nicola on June 14, 2013 @ 8:02 pm
Filed under: Blog,Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest
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