Boston BeerWork Beer Tasting-SOLD OUT

October 14th, 2006 by Adam

Part industrial space, part neighborhood joint, part home-away-from-home, Boston Beer Works is the perfect place to gather with other Plymouth State alumni. Canal Street, near North Station, is the newest location for the Boston Beer Works. 15 microbews are always on tap and the food is great! Sample their microbrews with a master brewer to help you decide which you like best. then enjoy salad, chowder and hot hors douvers with a cash bar.

R.S.V.P. required by September 29, 2006. Please call the Office of Alumni Relations 800/772-2620 to place a reservation.

Cost: $20.00 pp

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