For round two of ‘Ask A Boston Bar Manager: Favorite Summer Beers,’ we tapped Olde Magoun’s Saloon owner Greg Coughlin, who’s responsible for the restaurant’s generally awesome rotating selection of brews.
It’s a one-of-a-kind combination in Newton: a do-it-yourself brew house, craft beer bar and neighborhood restaurant.
We asked Sam Gabrielli of Russell House Tavern for some of his favorite summer beers.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
Here’s a list of the best New England beers that come in a can.
The state of Massachusetts’ Department of Agricultural Resources and the Massachusetts Brewers Guild is officially rolling out a Brewers Passport for the newly created Massachusetts Craft Brewers Trail.
Here’s a list of the best made-in-Massachusetts beer that comes in a can.
Cellar-aging beer might be the next big craze. Here, Skinner’s wine and beer specialist, Certified Cicerone Michael Moser kindly collaborated with us on a list of Mass.-brewed beers worth storing.
Cellar-aging beer might be the next big craze. Skinner’s wine and beer specialist, Certified Cicerone Michael Moser helped us out with some pointers on the types of beers that are worth collecting and how best to store them.
Here are some of our suggestions for a Boston-Brewed Craft Beercation.