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Craft’d Company Partners With Local Breweries for Beers with the Brewers Events During Mass Beer Week

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Craft’d Company announces three Beers with the Brewers events and the launch of their fourth county series during Mass Beer Week taking place April 20 through April 28, 2018.

Beers with the Brewers events allow attendees to experience their neighborhood's best beers
while learning the story behind the brews. Each event includes an exclusive guided tasting of
the featured brewery's beers with the brewers themselves.

Special edition Mass Beer Week events will be held at the following breweries:

Beers with the Brewers: Battle Road Brewing
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 from 7-9PM
Maynard, MA [Middlesex County Series]

Beers with the Brewers: Shovel Town Brewery
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 7-9PM
Easton, MA [Bristol County Series]

Beers with the Brewers: Beerworks Brewing Co.
Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 7-9PM
Boston, MA [Suffolk County Series presented by Mass Bay Credit Union]

Each Beers with the Brewers series is grouped by county so attendees can learn about all of the breweries in their surrounding communities. Craft’d Company has been running three series in Middlesex, Norfolk, and Suffolk counties over the past ten months. The company will launch it’s Bristol County Series with Shovel Town Brewery in Easton, MA; Craft’d Company Founder & CEO Christine Healy’s hometown.

Of the company’s fourth series launch, Healy said, “The reception for our Beers with the Brewers events from both partner breweries and attendees has been overwhelmingly positive. Each event has been a unique experience and has allowed each brewery’s distinct spirit to
shine through. It’s exciting to be hosting three events back-to-back during Mass Beer Week and


to launch our Bristol County series. Working with Shovel Town Brewery, a fantastic community-focused brewery located in the town where I grew up, is the cherry on top.”

As a special addition to the Beers with the Brewers events during Mass Beer Week, Craft’d Company will be giving back to the Mass Brewers Guild, the state’s nonprofit organization that works to protect and promote the interests of craft brewers across the Commonwealth. 

The company will donate $1 when attendees share the official event hashtags, #MassBeerWeek and #BeersWithTheBrewers, on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter from their events. Mass Beer Week, organized by the Mass Brewers Guild and BeerAdvocate, celebrates Massachusetts-produced beer and the local craft beer community with numerous events. The week will culminate with the Power Beer Fest on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the SoWa Power Station in Boston.

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Tickets for the Beers with the Brewers events are on sale at

About Craft’d Company: Craft’d Company is an events and marketing company based in Boston, MA that specializes in working with craft brands. Founded in 2017, Craft’d Company launched the Beers with the Brewers event series to give attendees a behind-the-scenes look
and exclusive guided tasting at local breweries. In addition to creating signature events, Craft’d Company helps brewery clients elevate their branding through events, marketing, and more.


Meet the Brewers: Freshman Class of 2018

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The Mass Brewers Guild Highlights New Breweries with Roundtable Tasting Event - Saturday, March 3 from Noon to 3 p.m.

NATICK, Mass.| Haven’t had the chance to check out some of the state’s newest breweries? The Mass Brewers Guild has you covered. “Meet the Brewers: Freshman Class of 2018,” will bring together nine of the state’s newly launched breweries for an intimate, roundtable style tasting event with unique access to brewers.

The lineup includes: 7th Wave Brewing, Lookout Farm Brewing Co., Moby Dick Brewing Co., River Styx Brewing Co., Shakesbeer, Shovel Town Brewery, Turtle Swamp Brewing, Untold Brewing and Widowmaker Brewing.  

Tickets are $40 and all proceeds will benefit the Mass Brewers Guild, the state’s trade association that works to protect and promote the interests of craft brewers across the Commonwealth. The fundraiser aims to foster learning and education of the brewing process and inspire deeper connections between brewers and craft beer lovers.

“We had a record-breaking number of breweries launch in the state last year - 39 to be exact - and we are expecting 25 additional breweries to come on board in 2018,” says Katie Stinchon, executive director of the Mass Brewers Guild. “This event makes it easier for our craft beer fans to keep track of our freshman breweries, and gives them the opportunity to wrap their lips around some of the Bay state’s new beer. This is the second year that we are hosting this event. It’s a different approach to a beer festival that both our attendees and brewers really enjoy.”

How does the event work? Upon arrival, guests will be broken up into groups of eight. Each group will then have twelve minutes with each brewer to enjoy up to three samples, ask questions, and hear the story behind the beer and the brewery before rotating to the next brewer. Attendees will receive a souvenir MBG tasting glass and gourmet, Bavarian pretzels from Wicked Twisted Pretzels.

Meet the Brewers: Freshman Class of 2018 will take place at Lookout Farm Brewing Co., 89 Pleasant Street South, Natick, Mass, on Saturday, March 3 from noon to 3 p.m. Tickets are limited. For more information about the Mass Brewers Guild, or the state’s breweries, visit To purchase tickets to Meet the Brewers: Freshman Class of 2018, visit