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Three of the World’s Best Breweries Are In New England

This news shouldn’t surprise anyone who likes to sample local brews while traveling: Some of the best beer in the world can be enjoyed right […]

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The Founders of Boston’s Beer Mobile Will Open a West Newton Wine Bar in February

UPDATE, February 24, 10 a.m.: Flora’s Wine Bar officially opens on Friday, Feb. 28, at 4 p.m. PREVIOUSLY: For the past couple of years, Andrew […]

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Five Things to Know about the New Sam Adams Brewery at Faneuil Hall

It’s huge. If you’ve walked by Faneuil Hall in the past two years, you might have already noticed: The new Sam Adams brewery is really […]

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Boston’s First Blind Beer Fest Will Make You a Smarter Drinker

A crisp lager, a refreshing IPA, a rich milk stout—what’s your favorite beer? Some beer fans like certain brews for different experiences: A mixed-fermentation sour […]

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Aeronaut Brewing Company Is Suing One of Its Founders

The new, Boston-area contract brewery FAB Beer says its cans are vehicles for art and activism—but in a new lawsuit, the FAB founder’s former business […]

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Artifact Cider Project Will Open a Cambridge Taproom This Spring

A new branch of the Artifact Cider Project is growing in Cambridge. Six months after debuting its first-ever taproom in the Western Massachusetts village of […]

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Drown Your Patriots Postseason Sorrows at This New Winery Near Gillette Stadium

For one local Italian-American extended family, decades of sharing a winemaking hobby has turned into a unique new business in the town of Walpole. Debevino […]

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Backlash Beer Has Closed Its Roxbury Taproom

Boston is down one of its best brewery taprooms. After just more than a year in business, Backlash Beer quietly closed down its Roxbury taproom […]

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Aeronaut Brewing Founder’s New FAB Beer Project Is Making “Beer for the Sake of Art and Activism”

The unorthodoxy of the Donald Trump presidency has led to a lot of historic moments over the past few years, but it was a relatively […]

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Here’s Your First Look at Dorchester Brewing Company’s Rooftop Beer Hall

On New Year’s Eve, one party on Massachusetts Avenue is celebrating not just a new year, not just a new decade, but also a new […]

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Weekly Digest: Boston Gets a Late-Night Italian Street Food Shop, and More Must-Know Dining News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

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New England’s Winemakers Don’t Care How They Do It in California

On a crisp September day, I harvested grapes at a vineyard that’s broken all the rules. Most others I’ve walked through are maintained with such […]

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There’s a New “Wine-Focused Restaurant” in Downtown Boston (Well, Sort Of)

Taste Wine Bar and Kitchen owner Jen Scott considers herself an accidental restauranteur. Two years after opening the downtown Boston boîte and its sibling, Common […]

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Weekly Digest: Mariel Underground and Lily P’s Chicken Open, and More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

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Brighton Has a New Spot for Sausages, Beer, and Lobster Rangoon Grilled Cheese

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen is a beer-driven restaurant concept that was fermented over the course of 400 pop-up events—and now it’s settled down in Brighton. […]