Discover Your New Favorite Craft Beer with The Trustees

As school starts up again and work seems like it is never ending, everyone needs a little pick me up on the weekends. While anyone can crack open a beer on a Friday night, sometimes we all need a little bit more to satisfy the yearning for something different. On September 30th, escape to Boston for the weekend to participate in Massachusetts own Octoberfest with Hopsters: Grand Craft Beer Tasting, presented by The Trustees. Instead of long tables and boisterous music, enjoy a wide selection of all-local craft beers and a casual time with friends. Discover your new favorite beer, or meet someone new! No matter what you choose, The Trustees are there to give you a great time.

While some of these local Boston craft beers are well known, others are just being discovered. Get ahead of the curve and up your beer knowledge by tasting as many as you can! For a sneak peak of who might be there this year, take a look at who was there last year!

  • Portico Brewing Company
  • Night Shift Brewing
  • Jack’s Abbey Craft Lagers
  • Hopsters Brewery
  • Von Trapp Brewing
  • Tow Roads Brewing
  • Black Hog Brewing Co.
  • Banded Horn Brewery
  • Stoneface Brewing Company
  • Rising Ride Brewing
  • Foolproof Brewing

And if you find that you are slowly losing stamina throughout the evening, vendors from the Boston Public Market are there to help you out. Appleton Farms has teamed up with Somerville Bread Co. to bring you samples of cheese fondue and bread cubes. Get some pumpkin flavored ice cream with Crescent Ridge, doubling as mini beer floats! Chestnut Farms are bringing you fresh smoked kielbasa, and Taza Chocolate is giving something sweet with pumpkin and cranberry chocolate.

Tickets for admission are $9 for current Trustee Members, and $15 for non-members. With each ticket, you will receive a complementary take-home glass and an afternoons worth of fun. The event is being held at The KITCHEN, Boston Public Market. The Trustees work to transform the local food system by connecting the people of Massachusetts back to the dirt and soil that gave them their food originally. Owning the largest amount of agricultural land and as the premier steward of the cultural and natural landscape of Massachusetts, The Trustees consistently hold events like these to spread educational awareness to create a more productive and conscious community.

For more information and to buy tickets for the event, click here.