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Posts Tagged ‘Local Craft Brew’

Wunderkind and the Brew’s of Bantam Cider »

If there is one thing I love more than local food, it would be beverages of the adult persuasion which also happen to be created locally. On October 5th, 2012 the Local Craft Brewfest will be taking place on the waterfront of Boston by the HarborPark at the Moakley Courthouse. There will be plenty of locally produced and […]
Posted by: Nicola on August 31, 2012 @ 3:58 pm
Filed under: Blog,Local Craft Brewfest

Local Craft Brewfest Spotlight: Let Me Go Grab My Clown Shoes! »

Clown Shoes, an Ipswich Massachusetts brewery pouring at the 3rd Annual Local Craft Brewfest on Oct 5th, all started with a Beer Advocate naming competition. But the story’s a little different than you’d expect. The group’s name didn’t make the top five. Still, the group started to wonder, why not just create a beer anyway? […]
Posted by: Nicola on August 10, 2012 @ 1:00 pm
Filed under: Blog,Boston Local Food Festival,Local Craft Brewfest

Turkey Shore Distilleries: A Young Company With an Old Soul! »

  Turkey Shore Distilleries is a young company with an old soul. Co-founded in 2010 by a former history teacher, the brand has a story that is almost as important as the taste of the product itself. In Colonial and Post-Colonial New England, rum production was an important part of the new economy, with distilleries […]
Posted by: Nicola on August 6, 2012 @ 1:30 am
Filed under: Blog,Boston Local Food Festival,Corn Free July,Local Craft Brewfest

Local Craft Brewfest: Beer is Food! »

He was a wise man who invented beer. Plato The 3rd Annual Local Craft Brewfest. Doesn’t that sound fantastic for all beer lovers? The festival with more than 50 brews and local food vendors will be featured on October 5th. One of our favorite vendors is High & Mighty Beer Co. that was founded in […]
Posted by: Nicola on August 3, 2012 @ 1:47 am
Filed under: Blog,Local Craft Brewfest,Vendor Announcements

The Local Craft Brewfest and Smuttynose Brewing Company! »

The Local Craft Brewfest is affiliated with the Boston Local Food Festival, and takes place the Friday before the festival (10/5) at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in Boston’s Fort Point. The fest will feature live music, local food producers, and craft brewers including the award winning Smuttynose Brewing Company. Located in Portsmouth NH, Smuttynose […]
Posted by: Nicola on August 2, 2012 @ 1:30 am
Filed under: Blog,Boston Local Food Festival,Local Craft Brewfest

Hyper-Local Brewfest- a Local Lovefest Success! »

With 35 vendors and 800 Brew Fans, Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts successfully held the first Hyper-Local Craft Brewfest at the Somerville Armory on June 16, 2012. The Brew Crew tees shared the day’s mission: “Eat Local. Drink Local. Be Local.” This festival marked the first time that local breweries like Cambridge Brewing Company (CBC), […]

Boston Local Food Festival attracts 30,000 people! »

On Saturday, October 1st, the rain fled just as the crowds arrived for the second annual Boston Local Food Festival.  Numerous people captured their experiences in words, photos and videos.  The resulting collection of media pieces together a buffet of sights, sounds and activities reflective of individual interests and values.  Here is a sampling of […]
Posted by: Nicola on October 28, 2011 @ 3:09 pm
Filed under: Blog

Watch City Brewing Co »

“It’s Hawaiian themed, with toasted coconut and hibiscus flowers,” said Aaron Mateychuk, and no, he’s not talking about a martini, he’s describing Watch City Brewery’s Toasted Ah Ah Pale Ale, one of the beers that they’re featuring at the Boston Local Food Festival. Who needs a Bud Light when you can get a smooth golden […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 30, 2011 @ 10:41 am
Filed under: Blog

Preview of This Year’s Boston Local Food Festival »

Check out our new video featuring a preview of what to expect at this year’s festival, compliments of how2heros!  
Posted by: Nicola on September 28, 2011 @ 4:20 am
Filed under: Blog,News

Keepin’ It Real: BLFF’s Success at Staying Authentically Local »

You may not realize it, but the local movement is at a critical moment in its development. As buying locally increases in popularity across the country, skeptics want to say it’s simply the next big passing thing in food. This is the point when a movement is in danger of losing its credibility by “selling […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 12, 2011 @ 2:52 am
Filed under: Blog