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Holliston Business Association's 4th Annual Metrowest Brewfest

by John Drohan
October 8, 2014

This year over 40 breweries will be represented pouring over 150 of the finest brews and meads in Metrowest and Massachusetts.

The Holliston Business Association's 4th Annual Metrowest Brewfest will take place on Thursday, October 9th from 6:30pm - 9:30 pm at the Holliston Historical Society, 547 Washington St. Holliston, MA.  This year over 40 breweries will be represented pouring over 150 of the finest brews and meads in Metrowest and Massachusetts.  

Tickets are $30 each and available to purchase at Fiske's General Store (Washington St., Holliston), 5th Avenue Liquors in Framingham and Millis, or at the door on the night of the event.  The Brewfest will include live musical performance from the local band Hillbilly Pop.  Food will be available for purchase provided by the Holliston Superette and Dogs on Fire.  100% of the proceeds from the Brewfest will benefit the HBA Capital Scholarship Fund Trust which also includes the Holliston Community Action Fund.  The fund is an emergency fund designed to provide timely financial assistance to community people in need as well as provide annual financial assistance to charitable and civic organizations serving the community.  


And the list of brewers goes on and on:



Magic Hat


Rising Tide


Oskar Blues

Sam Adams

Clown Shoes

Jack’s Abby


Green Flash

Opa Opa

Down East





Goose Island



Battle Road

Sierra Nevada




Firestone Walker

Long Trail







Otter Creek



Widmer Brothers


Dogfish Head

For more information call 508.893.9941 or go to hollistonbusinessassociation.com.


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Comments (1)

This is one of my fave fall events to attend! Great cause to support!

- Stacey Raffi | 10/8/14 2:09 PM



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