29 Participating Breweries around Massachusetts


PRESS RELEASE / June 25, 2024 (Boston, MA) – Lord Hobo Brewing is thrilled to announce the launch of the Hops on Hops Passport 2024, an exciting brewery passport program that runs from July 1st, 2024 through September 30th, 2024. This immersive beer adventure features 29 craft breweries in Massachusetts, inviting beer enthusiasts to explore, savor, and collect stamps at each unique location.

Participating Breweries:
Night Shift Everett
Castle Island South Boston
Harpoon Taproom
Lord Hobo Boston
Lamplighter Brewing Company
Remnant Satellite
Winter Hill Brewing Company
Aeronaut Brewing Company
Sam Adams Brewing Company (Faneuil Hall & JP locations)
Amory’s Tomb Brewing Company
Medusa Brewing Company
Clover Road Brewing Company
Lost Shoe Brewing Company
Flying Dreams Brewing Company
Tackle Box Brewing Company
Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers
Sterling Street Brewery
Epigram Brewing Company
Modest Roots Brewing Company
Hopothecary Ales
Navigation Brewing Company
Idle Hands Craft Ales
Faces Brewing Company
Lord Hobo Woburn
Hannah’s Brewing Company
Couch Dog Brewing Company
Coastal Mass Brewing
Bent Water Brewing
Twisted Fate Brewing

How It Works: The Hops on Hops Passport is free to join. Participants can pick up their passports at any of the 29 participating breweries. To become a “champion,” guests must visit each brewery, drink a full pour of beer, and collect a stamp. Those who complete the passport can show their fully stamped passport at any participating brewery to receive a special champion glass.

Grand Prize: All champions will be entered into a drawing for an exclusive grand prize package, which includes a Yeti backpack cooler, a custom one-of-a-kind koozie, and merchandise and beer from all participating breweries.

We’re incredibly excited to bring the Hops on Hops Passport to life,” said Chris Welch, Lord Hobo Woburn Taproom Manager. “This initiative not only showcases the craft beer community here in Massachusetts but also offers a fun and rewarding way for beer lovers to support local breweries.”

In 2020, Lord Hobo established an internal Culture Committee dedicated to fostering a healthy organizational culture, with one representative from each department. A key initiative led by the Culture Committee is the Industry Immersion Initiative. “At Lord Hobo, the ongoing development of our culture is of utmost importance to our Human Resources Department, Leadership, and Management Teams. The Industry Immersion Initiative was designed to strengthen our connections with peers in the craft brewery industry through activities such as company-wide brewery visits, beer-sharing programs, industry discounts, and welcome packages for new breweries. The Hops on Hops Brewery Passport further enhances these bonds while supporting each brewery,” said Dave Censullo, Lord Hobo’s Director of Human Resources.

The Hops on Hops Passport is available now for pick up and starting July 1st you can begin your quest to become a champion.


About Lord Hobo Brewing

Established in 2015, Lord Hobo Brewing Company originated from a Boston craft beer bar. Now entering our ninth year, we persist in expanding and delivering innovative New England-style brews to our enthusiastic and loyal supporters. Situated in Woburn, Massachusetts, our brewery serves as the heartbeat of our operation. Originating with a modest tasting room and just a handful of recipes, our Woburn Taproom has evolved into a spacious venue accommodating over 400 patrons. Complete with a full kitchen and a charming outdoor patio, it stands as the hub of our brewing journey. In 2021, we proudly introduced Lord Hobo Boston – a 3,500-square-foot brewery and restaurant nestled in Boston’s vibrant Seaport District.

Presently, Lord Hobo is available in nine states throughout the Eastern United States, through 11 wholesale partners. Our commitment to crafting exceptional beers remains unwavering, contributing to the ongoing success and growth of our brand.

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