Worcester Craft Brew Races to Feature Over 45 Local Breweries
Thursday, April 13, 2017
See the Full List Below
The races are set to take place on April 29 starting at noon time at City Hall.
Worcester Craft Brew Races
The Worcester Craft Brew race course is 3.1 mile/5K run or walk begins at City Hall, heads down Chandler St., turns North on Park Ave. past Elm Park, before ultimately heading back down Pleasant St. with a finish at the Worcester Common on Front St.
The beer festival will take place at the Worcester Common against the backdrop of downtown Worcester. Designated driver and festival-only tickets are available.
All 5K participants and festival-goers receive a pint glass and entry to the festival. Entry includes beer sampling, live music, vendors, food trucks and much more.
All designated driver ticket-holders receive a different bracelet at registration, and can enjoy the festival, designated snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages.
For more information, click here.
The full list of participating breweries are as follows:
- 3cross Brewing (Worcester)
- Abandoned Building Brewery (Easthampton) Barrel House Z (East Weymouth)
- Bone Up Brewing Company (Everett)
- Castle Island Beer (Norwood)
- CraftRoots Brewing (Milford)
- Clown Shoes Beer (Ipswich)
- Down the Road Brewery (Everett)
- Downeast Cider (East Boston)
- Element Brewing Company (Millers Falls) Fort Hill Brewery (Easthampton)
- Flying Dreams Brewing (Worcester)
- Greater Good Imperial (Williamsburg) Ipswich Ale Brewery (Ipswich)
- Lefty’s Brewing Company (Greenfield)
- Lord Hobo Brewing (Woburn)
- Mighty Squirrel (Boston)
- Medford Brewing Company (Medford) Natui Seltzer (Westminster) Newburyport Brewing (Newburyport) Notch Brewery (Salem)
- Shovel Town Brewery (North Easton) Spencer Brewery (Spencer)
- Start Line Brewing (Hopkinton)
- True West (Acton)
- Wachusett Brewing Company (Westminster) White Lion Brewing (Springfield)
- Wormtown Brewery (Worcester)
- Zelus Beer Company (Medfield)
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Maybe a spa? a swim? Some shopping? there are plenty of options.
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