Oktoberfest, annual festival in Munich, Germany, held over a two-week period and ending on the first Sunday in October. The festival originated on October 12, 1810, in celebration of the […]
If you need a reason to drink beer today – here you go! Cheers!
This beer day held on the first Friday of October celebrates the uniqueness of beer aged for an extended time in a wooden barrel.
Pizza and beer have long been America’s favorite duo for good reason – both are delicious and made even better with each other.
Learn how President Jimmy Carter was instrumental in the legalizization of homebrewing.
This day gives nod to all of the great beer produced right here in the United States.
Stouts around the world are celebrated on this day, and you can expect to find many stout-related events, beer releases and photos on social media.
If you are interested in learning how to home brew contact a local homebrew club or homebrew shop.
Sadly, Massachusetts doesn't allow Happy Hour. So you'll have to cross the border to take part, unless you create your own Happy Hour. Learn more about the day here
The fourth annual Small Brewery Sunday calls on beer lovers to celebrate the positive impact that local breweries have on our communities. Because small and independent craft breweries provide jobs, […]