Mass Brewer Fest August 30th

MBG FEST

Massachusetts Brewers Guild To Host 4th Annual Mass Brewers Fest

Celebrating Bay State Beers with Local Brewers

Boston, MA  – The Massachusetts Brewers Guild is proud to announce that it will be hosting its fourth annual Mass Brewers Fest on Friday, August 30th, bringing together Massachusetts beer lovers and brewers to celebrate local craft beer!  The event will take place on The World Trade Center Head House Concourse, a beautiful indoor/outdoor venue on Boston’s historic waterfront. This will be an evening to remember as we celebrate local breweries, local beer and local music.

Featuring more than 80 different beers from 50+ member breweries in the Massachusetts Brewers Guild, the Mass Brewers Guild Fest provides an excellent opportunity for craft beer lovers to sample local favorites, as well as some specialty beers brewed exclusively for this festival. .

For the third year in a row the Mass Brewers Guild invited Massachusetts’s most loyal beer fans to put their creativity to the test and design the official 2013 Mass Brewers Fest logo. The winning design, created by Vinnie Arnone of Bourne, MA, will be featured on a commemorative t-shirt available for purchase at the Fest as well as displayed prominently on posters and postcards throughout the State leading up to the event.

The Mass Brewers Fest will begin at 6:00 pm on Friday, August 30th at the World Trade Center Head House Concourse, located at 200 Seaport Boulevard, Boston.  Tickets are a great value at $40, with beer samples included. The first 500 beer lovers to purchase a ticket will receive a discounted ticket price of $35.  For more information please visit the Massachusetts Brewers Guild website atwww.massbrewersguild.org, or purchase tickets directly HERE 

About the Massachusetts Brewers Guild

The Massachusetts Brewers Guild is a 501 (c)(6) non-profit corporation, organized for the purposes of promoting craft brewing and protecting the interests of craft brewers in Massachusetts.  Membership is eligible to any business or individual 1.) holding a “Brewers Notice” issued by the TTB and a Massachusetts License to Manufacture, a Farmer Brewer’s License, or a Brewpub License, (Chapter 138 Sections 19, 19C, and 19D) issued by the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, or 2) contracting brewing in Massachusetts, selling beer commercially in Massachusetts, and having its primary place of business in Massachusetts.  Currently there are over 52 members of the Guild.  For more information, visit www.massbrewersguild.org.