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Dunkin’ and Harpoon Made Another Coffee Beer

Backyard dinner parties with the Real Housewives of Southie are about to get lit.  Two brands that hold a special place in the heart of any […]

Track Zero Taproom by Jack's Abby at North Station in Boston
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North Station Bar Is Fully Transformed into Jack’s Abby Track Zero Taproom

The transformation from a generic, North Station bar to a local brand’s transit-focused taproom is complete: Track Zero Taproom is officially open on the train […]

Vitamin Sea Brewing Announcement Day
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Announcing Boston Magazine’s 2019 Malt Madness Champion

Not even Tree House is safe from the colossal wave of Vitamin Sea Brewing: The South Shore startup is the Malt Madness Champion. As voted […]

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Trillium Brewing Is Opening a Greenhouse-Inspired Taproom in the Fenway

From the vantage point of their soon-to-open-for-the-season rooftop of their new Fort Point brewery, Trillium Brewing Co. has its sights set on another iconic neighborhood […]

Beat Brew Hall beer enthusiast Casey Furtaw, Springdale Barrel Room production director Greg Remillard, and general manager Joe Connolly taste base blends for the special-release Casey's Beet Beer Beta Blend
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Drink This Now: Barrel-Aged Beet Beer at Beat Brew Hall

Casey Furtaw loves beer—his job title is actually “beer enthusiast” at Harvard Square’s Beat Brew Hall, though he’s the general manager, too—but beginning tonight, he’ll be pouring […]

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Boston Magazine’s Malt Madness 2019: The Final Pour

UPDATE: Wednesday, March 27, 9 a.m.: The best brewery in New England is in Massachusetts, according to Boston magazine beer fans. The votes are in to […]

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Boston Magazine’s Malt Madness 2019: Round 4 Begins

The Elite Ales (and Lagers) of New England—as picked by you, dear beer-loving readers—are in. Thanks to your votes, Boston magazine’s friendly Malt Madness competition is down to […]

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6 Stylish Cocktails Made With a Traditional Irish Spirit

Cocktails, from left to right: “Celtic Tiger,” Estragon At this South End tapas haven, bartender Sahil Mehta enjoys introducing guests to traditional spirits from around […]

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Say Ciao to Spring at Eataly’s Restaurant Fest with Lunch and Dinner Deals

Celebrate spring like a true Italian. From March 18 to 31, Eataly’s Restaurant Fest is offering two-course lunch and dinner specials at all four restaurants […]

Presented by: Eataly
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Malt Madness 2019: Round 3 Begins

Malt Madness rolls on, and the bracket is tightening. Thanks to your votes, Boston magazine’s friendly competition to find New England’s best brewery is down to 16 contenders. […]

West Cork Distillers whiskey at Castle Island Brewing Co.
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Drink This Now: An Irish Whiskey with Local Flavor

Though it’s hard to choose between local beer and Irish whiskey on St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, to make Monday morning a little bit easier […]

Travel

Want to Escape to Nantucket for a Wine and Dine Experience? Of Course You Do

Dreaming of warmer weather, sandy beaches, and island breezes? Well, add internationally renowned wines and unforgettable food to the list; it’s almost time for the annual Nantucket […]

Presented by: Nantucket Wine & Food Festival
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Malt Madness 2019: Round 2 Begins

The votes are in, beer fans. Round 1 of Boston magazine’s New England Malt Madness bracket ended at midnight, with 32 breweries remaining. Voting in […]

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Boston Magazine Presents: Malt Madness 2019

Follow @bosfeed: Get ready to pour yourself a cold one, Boston—Malt Madness is back, and it’s beerier than ever. With more than 500 craft breweries […]

Bone Up Brewing Company doubled in size with a taproom addition
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Bone Up Brewing Company Doubles the Size of Its Everett Taproom

For a funky, family-owned brewery just having fun in an increasingly beer-friendly neighborhood, growing pains are very real—and overcoming them is something to celebrate. Nearly […]