PRESS RELEASE / November 10, 2023 (Boston, MA) – Cold weather has arrived and the holidays are close – with holiday gifting even closer! It’s the perfect time to start swapping your fall beer line-up for cozy brews to help fight off the winter blues and warm your spirits this season, host any holiday parties or plan your holiday gifting.

A few fan-favorite brews from Long Trail, Harpoon and Clown Shoes to help get you in the holiday spirit, spice up your holiday party or check off those beer lovers are on the list below:

  • Clown Shoes 12 Beers of Christmas = ‘Tis the season to drink and be merry with this festive mix-pack featuring 12 unique Clown Shoes brews ranging from IPAs to stouts. It’s like an advent calendar – but for beer!
  • Long Trail Maple & Whiskey Barrel-Aged Stout = Not ready to let go of fall flavors? This new stout, aged in WhistlePig’s Maple Whiskey Barrels, features sweet maple, oak, vanilla, marshmallow and bourbon. It’s available starting this November.
  • Harpoon Winter Warmer = As the first seasonal craft beer release on the east coast, this holiday ale is a certified classic with cinnamon & nutmeg. It’s available in bottles and cans + in a Holiday Mix Pack.
  • Long Trail Hibernator = Don’t sleep on this rich, robust winter classic from Long Trail. Made with a malt base highlighted by warming notes of caramel and toffee, this brew is built to take the bite from a cold winter night. It’s available in bottles and a 6-pack.
  • Harpoon IPA Golden Can 12-Pack = Strike gold by finding a golden can in a Harpoon IPA limited-edition 12-pack this winter for a chance to win an epic bash at Harpoon for up to 30 people.
  • Ski the East IPA = Iconic East Coast brands Long Trail & Ski the East have hopped in the lift line together to create the ultimate mountain-inspired hazy IPA with a knee-deep dose of citrus, pine and tropical fruit hops to keep the shred alive.


About Mass Bay Brewing Company

Mass. Bay Brewing Company is a New England brewing pioneer, co-founded by Dan Kenary in 1986, and holder of brewing license 001 from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mass. Bay expanded to a second brewery in Windsor, VT in 2000 and became employee-owned in 2014.

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