BeerAdvocate Brings Its Belgian Beer Fest Back to Boston in June
(Boston, MA) BeerAdvocate is excited to announce its Belgian Beer Fest on June 22nd and 23rd, 2018. Held at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center of the Arts, the fest returns to the historic downtown venue where our events began 15 years ago for a more intimate and educational experience.
At the Cyclorama attendees will discover everything from authentic Belgian ales to inspired American interpretations and twists on historical styles. Over the course of three sessions, brewers will pour samples of beers ranging from classic Saisons to Trappist-brewed beers, Lambics to Witbiers, Belgian styles inspired by American brewers and American styles inspired by Belgian brewers.
“We’re thrilled to be back at the Cyclorama, where attendees will get a unique chance to discover why we personally think Belgian beers represent some of the most tasty and imaginative styles on planet Earth,” says Todd Alström, founder of BeerAdvocate.
To offer attendees the greatest amount of choice and variety, Belgian Beer Fest is divided into two different experiences: Friday’s Night of the Funk, and Saturday’s Day of Inspired Ales.
Night of the Funk (June 22nd, 6–9:30pm) will be an evening dedicated exclusively to sour and funky beers introduced to wild yeast, bacteria, and mixed cultures. This intimate, VIP event is currently sold out.
Day of Inspired Ales (June 23rd) will feature over 100 Belgian styles and Belgian-inspired offerings from more than 30 American and Belgian brewers across two sessions (12–3:30pm and 6–9:30pm). Tickets are $65 per session (plus fees) and include beer tastings, Govino drinkware, and a fest guide while supplies last. Food sold separately. Only 650 tickets are available for each session. Tickets are on sale now Eventbrite.
Join us for our nod to Belgian beer, its rich culture, and its deep influence on the brewing world. Sponsored by: The Lost Abbey, Craft Beer Cellar, and Spiegelau.
For more information, visit: https://www.beeradvocate.com/belgian/
Contact: Ben Keene