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Emerson Student Launching a Beer-Based Web Series

Emerson film student Shane Uriot and Emmanuel grad Jeremy Quaglia have launched an $8,000 Kickstarter campaign to help support their new web series exploring the people […]

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Seven New Session Beers to Try This Summer

For far too long, bigger was considered better in the landscape of craft beer. Soaring alcohol content and mouth-puckering levels of IBUs were de rigueur as brewmasters […]

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A Look Inside Night Shift Brewing’s Massive New Taproom

It’s only been two years since Michael Oxton, Michael O’Mara, and Robert Burns opened Night Shift Brewing out of a modest 3,000-square-foot warehouse space in […]

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The Long and Troubled History of Beer in New England

That story you heard was true. The Pilgrims never intended to land in Plymouth Harbor. Their real intention was to head further south to the Hudson […]

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Meet HopBox, a Company Bringing a Sense of Aesthetics to Homebrewing

Mike Langone is making homebrewing look sexy. All those unseemly plastic jugs, rubber hoses, and clunky carboys once sequestered to the back of a closet have […]

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Olde Magoun’s Saloon Featuring Rare Italian Craft Beers

Inspired by a trip to Eataly—Lydia Bastianich, Joe Bastianich, and Mario Batali’s sprawling Italian food emporium in New York—Olde Magoun’s Saloon owner Greg Coughlin has […]

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Liquid Diet: The Cult of Malört

Malört, the bitter wormwood-based liqueur that is a cult favorite among bartenders, particularly in Chicago, has finally made its way into Boston thanks to Letherbee […]

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Ball Square Fine Wines Hosting 6th Annual Grand Beer Tasting

On May 5, Ball Square Fine Wines will be hosting its 6th annual Grand Beer Tasting with eight Massachusetts brewmasters pouring their beer, including Will […]

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Get to Know the Man Behind The Coffee Trike

For almost two years, The Coffee Trike has been waking harried South Station commuters and drowsy SoWa Market shoppers with fresh-pulled espresso from its unique, […]

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Trade Debuts New Interactive Cocktail Program

With the swelling number of bitters, vermouths, digestifs, syrups, shrubs, infusions, and all manner of small-batch, esoteric spirits being added to contemporary cocktail lists, it’s […]

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What Do You Do with Extra Truffles? Make Beer, of Course

What to do if you’re a chef faced with a surplus of black truffles and an insanely pricey bottle of booze? Turn them into beer. […]

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Samuel Adams 26.2 Pub Crawl Map

This year’s Boston Marathon holds special significance the world over. After the terrible events of 2013, the over one-hundred-year-old tradition is drawing even more attention […]

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How Aeronaut Brewing Plans to Change Craft Beer Forever

Three MIT students (and one Ivy Leaguer) want to change the way we look at craft beer. Try to imagine the adventurous spirit of extreme […]

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Liquid Diet: Maine Beer Company’s Sour Funky Ale

It would be a bit of an understatement to say that Maine Beer Company has a thing for hops. Opened in 2009 by brothers Dan […]

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Boston Homebrew Supply Set to Open in Brookline

With more and more craft breweries emerging from kitchens and garages filled with propane burners and seven-gallon brew kettles, it makes sense that homebrewing shops […]