I honestly can’t remember the last time I watched the ball drop to ring in the new year and there’s no chance I’m making it this year with a five-month-old in the house. But, if you’re looking for some of the best ways to celebrate this New Year’s Eve with a tasty beer or cocktail in your hand, look no further than Downtown New Bedford. Check out some of the city’s best hangs below!
Mass Beer Week marches on
Mass Beer Week has returned for another round — it’s first in the COVID era — with a weeklong celebration shining a bright light on the amazing craft beer brewed in the Commonwealth.
Independence Day is the biggest beer drinking holiday of the year but, much like most other holidays, I tend to wait until the last minute to stock up on supplies.
Big plans ahead for Small Change Brewing
With more than 4,000 breweries across the country today, it’s already a tall order to stand out among the noise. When it comes to contract brewing, it can be more difficult without having a physical location to act as a beacon for consumers.
More than 50 Massachusetts breweries will converge on Worcester Common later this month, many of which will be pouring exclusive collaboration beers.
If you’re at Gillette Stadium when the New England Patriots raise banner number six (or any other home game this season), chances are you’ll notice the increased selection of local craft beers available. No longer will you have to settle for over-priced macro offerings.
Late Friday night, Down the Road Beer Company announced it will be “closed until further notice,” but the closure is expected to be temporary.
After years of operating solely as a production brewery, Berkley Beer Company will finally welcome the public into its new taproom.
Westport’s Buzzards Bay Brewing could soon be pouring its beers in the heart of Buzzards Bay.
Nearly two dozen local craft brewers will be serving up their goods ocean-side for a true Cape Cod beer fest.