For the second year in a row, New England’s most iconic coffee and doughnut chain is partnering with a regional brewery for a smooth, roasty seasonal treat.
It’s no small feat for a brewery to celebrate two decades of operation in this industry. This year, Buzzards Bay Brewing is doing just that. Continue reading “Major improvements coming to Buzzards Bay Brewing”
The recently renovated patio at Chomp Kitchen and Drinks in Warren, RI was packed with smiling faces Wednesday night as the Southcoast’s newest brewery’s beers were flowing from the taps. Continue reading “Fall River brewery brings the heat during first tap takeover”
Anawan Brewing Co., a brewery in planning in Attleboro, MA, recently unveiled the artwork for its first label. Continue reading “First label from Anawan Brewing, drawn by renowned artist, finally unveiled”
Time to lace up those running shoes, stretch out those hamstrings, and crack open a beer: The South Shore’s fiercest road race returns next month.
Certain aspects of today’s craft beer culture can appear confusing, strange, or downright crazy to “outsiders.” There’s the line standing, the trading, the whale hunting, and now, even anonymous beer drops. Continue reading “Thoughts on Tap: Camaraderie always flowing throughout the craft community”
Just a couple of years ago, the Southcoast (south of South Shore) was drastically lacking the craft brewery scene that appeared to be booming across the rest of the Bay State. Today, it feels as though new breweries are popping up every couple of months. Continue reading “Passion keeps the dream alive for Troy City Brewing”
We’re smack dab in the middle of anniversary season on the South Shore. Continue reading “What’s on tap this weekend?”
The Fab Four have hopped across the pond once again for a return to Massachusetts!
Beginning next month, you’ll find some of the U.K.’s best among a dozen bars across the state. Continue reading “‘Fab Four’ soon pouring at a British Beer Co. near you”
Many fans of craft beer are constantly looking ahead to the next big release. I don’t count myself any different, though I’ve recently taken a moment to look back at how I’ve gotten to where I am today. Continue reading “Tracing my craft beer roots back to the farm”