PRESS RELEASE / February 22, 2024 (Massachusetts) – Mass Beer Week is back March 2-9 with live events across the Commonwealth at breweries — and beyond.

This year, locations of Roche Brothers, Market Basket, Whole Foods and Total Wine & More are participating in Mass Beer Week with special in-store tastings, discounts and signage.

Restaurants, package stores, movie theaters, bowling alleys, and any establishment selling Massachusetts-made beer can get involved in the fun by making a Facebook event and adding Mass Beer Week as a co-host or tagging @MassBeerWeek on Instagram.

Of course, local breweries are the heart and soul of Mass Beer Week. The calendar of events is already stacked with happenings across the state. From brew fests to food-pairing events, trivia, craft nights, live music, open art studios, book fairs, special beer releases, comedy shows, family-friendly parties and more, check out the growing lineup of events at

Planning to participate? Make sure to take a pic! The Mass Beer Week Photo Contest returns with three cool prizes:

  • First place will receive two tickets to the Massachusetts Brewers Fest on April 20

  • Second place earns a $50 gift card to the Mass. brewery of your choice

  • Third place will get MBG swag including a cooler, hat and glassware.

To enter the photo contest, simply post pictures of anything Mass. craft beer-related to social media between March 2-9, using hashtag #massbeerweek2024 and tagging @MassBeerWeek and the brewery or breweries pictured. Photo contest winners will be announced on Tuesday, March 12.

However you celebrate Mass Beer Week, just remember: #DrinkMassMadeBeer.

About The Massachusetts Brewers Guild

Founded in 2007 by a group of committed and passionate brewers, the Mass Brewers Guild, is organized for the purposes of promoting craft brewing and protecting the interests of craft brewers across the Commonwealth. The association is membership based and open to all Massachusetts breweries licensed by the federal Tax and Trade Bureau and the Commonwealth’s Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission. The nonprofit creates a community of brewers while shining light on the broad range of breweries and styles offered throughout state. Through industry and educational events and by providing resources and marketing support to brewers, the nonprofit works to highlight Massachusetts as a top travel destination for craft beer in the U.S. The board also continues its work at the legislative level serving as the voice of craft brewers on Beacon Hill. The Massachusetts Brewers Guild is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit corporation.


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