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Mass Fermentational Set to Return to Worcester

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

 

The Mass Fermentational is set to Return to Worcester

The Mass Fermentational is set to return to the Worcester Common Fundraiser and Beer Festival.

“We are excited to be welcomed back by the City of Worcester for our second annual fall beer festival. The spacious park and city backdrop made for a great venue and we look forward to showing off the state’s amazing craft beer collection,” said Katie Stinchon, executive director of the Mass Brewers Guild.

The event will take place on Saturday, October 6 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The Mass Fermentational

The event expects to draw 1,500 patrons to the Common Oval located at 455 Main St. in Worcester, MA and hopes to raise $25,000 for the nonprofit. 

More than sixty breweries -- from fan favorites, to local legends and newly opened sud houses, will pour alongside a few special guest out-of-state breweries. Once inside the park, attendees can drink-in all that the Massachusetts craft beer scene has to offer. 

Tickets are $45 for general admission and includes unlimited two-ounce beer samples from participating breweries. Non-drinkers who wish to enjoy the atmosphere and an afternoon with friends can purchase a Designated Driver Ticket for $10.

Once inside the festival, patrons can purchase gourmet eats served up by several food trucks onsite.

 

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