Harvest Fest for Beer Lovers

Harvest Fest for Beer Lovers

Beer Summit, one of the longest running and most respected craft beer tasting events in New England, returns next weekend, November 20 & 21, 2015, for its annual Harvest Fest.  Harvest Fest gives beer lovers the chance to experience 56 breweries pouring over 200 beers and the opportunity to meet some of the best brewers in the country. Harvest Fest places emphasis on local beers, with a great amount from New England, but also shines a spotlight on talented breweries from around the country and overseas. Harvest Fest is held at the Castle at Park Plaza, 130 Columbus Ave in Boston, MA. Tickets are still on sale at www.beersummit.com.
Harvest Fest for Beer Lovers
Harvest Fest brings together some of the most celebrated and talked about breweries in the country, many of which are pouring a variety of seasonal offerings such as Imperial Pumpkin Ale fromTrinity Brewhouse, Autumnation from Sixpoint Brewery, Just Like Apple Pie from Woodchuck Cider, Pecan Porter from Clown Shoes, Oatmeal Stout from Anderson Valley, and Holiday Alefrom Two Roads Brewing Company.
“Harvest Fest will feature one of our most exciting brewery lineups yet. With our fall event, we’re able to showcase some great autumn brews as well as preview some of the coming winter offerings from New England and beyond. With 200 plus different beers being poured, there is really something for every type of beer drinker to discover,” says Mike Munnelly, co-owner of Beer Summit.
Harvest Fest once again welcomes a number of Massachusetts based breweries to its event, including Opa Opa Brewing Company from Williamsburg, Bad Martha from Martha’s Vineyard, Down The Road Beer Co. from Everett, Naukabout Beer from North Dartmouth and Lookout Farm Cider House from Natick.
Allowing ticket-holders to explore some of the world’s most unique and celebrated breweries, Victory Brewing from Downington, PA, Stone Brewing Company from San Diego, CA, Finch’s Beer Company from Chicago, IL, Crean’s from Dingle Brewing Company in Dingle, Ireland and Stiegl Pils from Salzburg, Austria will all appear at Harvest Fest.
As with each Beer Summit event, attendees can also enjoy foods from local vendors and music entertainment.
The Harvest Fest 2015 lineup is as follows:
14th Star Brewing Company (Saint Albans, VT)
3 Beards Beer Company (Holyoke, MA)
Anderson Valley (Boonsville, CA)
Backlash Beer (Boston, MA)
Bad Martha (Martha’s Vineyard, MA)
Bay State Beer Company (Leicester, MA)
Berkshire Brewing Company (South Deerfield, MA)
Blue Hills Brewery (Canton, MA)
Boulevard Brewing Company (Kansas City, MO)
Brewery Ommegang (Cooperstown, NY)
Brewery van Honsebrouci (Ingelmunster, Belgium)
Brooklyn Brewery  (Brooklyn, NY)
Brouwerij Van Steenberge (Lindenlaan, Belgium)
Cisco Brewers (Nantucket, MA)
Clown Shoes (Ipswich, MA)
Coronado Brewing Company (Coronado, CO)
Crean’s of Dingle Brewing Company (Dingle, Ireland)
De Brabandere (Bavikhove, Belgium)
Dinkel Acker (Stuttgart, Germany)
Down The Road Beer Company (Everett, MA)
Downeast Cider (Charlestown, MA)
Far From The Tree Cider (Salem, MA)
Finch’s Beer Company (Chicago, IL)
Foolproof Brewing (Pawtucket, RI)
Green Flash Brewing Company (San Diego, CA)
Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island (Westerly, RI)
Harpoon Brewery (Boston, MA)
Heavy Seas Beer (Baltimore, MD)
Henniker Brewing Company (Henniker, NH)
Hofbrau Original (Munich, Germany)
Ipswich Ale Brewery (Ipswich, MA)
John Harvard’s Brewery and Ale House (Framingham, MA)
Lagunitas Brewing Company (Petaluma, CA)
Left Hand Brewing (Longmont, CO)
Lookout Farm Cider House (Natick, MA)
Magners Irish Cider (Middlebury, VT)
Mystic Brewery (Chelsea, MA)
Narragansett Beer (Narragansett, RI)
Naukabout Beer (North Dartmouth, MA)
Newport Storm Beers (Newport, RI)
O’Hara’s of Carlow Brewing Company (Carlow, Ireland)
Opa Opa Brewing Company (Williamsburg, MA)
Peak Organic Brewery (Portland, ME)
Samuel Adams (Boston, MA)
Saranac Brewing (Utica, NY)
Sierra Nevada (Chico, CA)
Sixpoint Brewery (Brooklyn, NY)
Smuttynose Brewing Company (Hampton, NH)
Stiegl Brewery (Salzburg, Austria)
Stone Brewing Company (San Diego, CA)
Trinity Brewhouse (Providence, RI)
Two Roads Brewing Company (Stratford, CT)
Victory Brewing Company (Downingtown, PA)
Yuengling (Pottsville, PA)
Woodchuck Cider (Middlebury, VT)
Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery (Woodstock, NH)
Tickets and Session Tasting Times:  Tickets for Harvest Fest are $55 per person, per session (must be 21+ to purchase and attend). The schedule for Harvest Fest’s tasting sessions is as follows:
Friday November 20: 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Saturday November 21: 12:30pm – 4:00pm

Saturday November 21: 5:30pm – 9:00pm

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