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Few Ways To Enjoy The Best In Beer Around Boston
Few Ways To Enjoy The Best In Beer Around Boston
While Germany’s Oktoberfest celebration starts toward the end of September and goes until the first week of October, Boston chooses to raise a pint well into the month and the fall season. From pop-ups to full blown festivities, here are a few ways to enjoy the best in beer around town.
Cheryl Fenton

BEER GARDENS

Owl’s Nest Beer Garden is Night Shift Brewing’s answer to relaxing with a cold one by the water. Set along the Charles River on the Esplanade, this family- and dog-friendly space has communal seating and draft pours through October.

Cisco Brewers hosts a pop-up in the Seaport, featuring its award-winning craft beer and wine alongside bites from Southie’s Loco Taqueria, Luke’s Lobster and Flatbread. In addition to its extensive selection of beers on tap, this outdoor beer garden also features its new grapefruit session IPA, Gripah.

When you have access to a huge brick mezzanine structure overlooking the Boston Harbor, there’s only one thing to do— turn it into an open-air beer garden. The Anchor in Charlestown, located in the historic Navy Yard, is the perfect place to sip on local and international suds. You can enjoy the site (as well as family-friendly games and more) until Nov. 1.

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October 2019