Monday, April 4, 2016 With two craft breweries opening each day across the United States and Massachusetts claiming 123 of its own, there’s no reason for women to continue to drink cranberry vodkas. But breweries and their vast lists of beer can be intimidating. That’s where the Boston Area Beer Enthusiasts Society (or BABES) enters.
Looking to escape the hustle of Boston, this week we headed to the Green Mountain State. Vermont is known for having the most craft breweries per capita in the US. The craft beer here can be elusive, making it a true treasure to find. We rented a house in Burlington for the weekend and hired Alpine Limo to shuttle us around in our quest for the best Vermont beer. Here’s were we went:… Read More Vermont Beer Tour
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
With spring in the air and sandals on our feet, we stood in a record-breaking line outside of the Night Shift Brewing Company in the pursuit of beer, bagels, and… ice cream?… Read More Night Shift Brewing: In Pursuit of El Lechedor
Bucking the trend, we walked the Freedom Trail backwards from Bunker Hill to the Commons. Naturally, it was time for a drink. Looking beyond the Park Street Church, we locked eyes with a window, the backdrop to a cocktail bar — the Highball Lounge.… Read More Highball Lounge: Board Games & Cocktails
Monday, February 29, 2016 Remember that massive thunderstorm a few weeks back and its ensuing windy days? Yeah, we sure do. The day after we fought our way through the wind for a Branchfood happy hour at Naco Taco in Cambridge’s Central Square. During the summer months, the taco joint’s wicked patio is bursting with… Read More Naco Taco: The Curbside Fiesta
My boyfriend visited from out of town for Valentine’s Day and booked the FREE Morning Mash In Tour which starts daily at 9:40AM. (This is the only tour you can make reservations for – every other tour is first come, first serve basis.) Pro-tip: It’s early, but opt for the Morning Mash – comes with an extra… Read More Sam Adams Brewery – Awesome Free Date Idea
February 15, 2016 In below zero temperatures, this week Ally and Rachael ventured to the North End’s Parla Restaurant. Greeted by an Irish waitress we sat among the 200-year old reclaimed Kentucky barn wood walls, speakeasy art work, and a pressed-tin ceiling. The heaters were warm, the lights were low, and the drink menu enticed… Read More Parla: The Curious Speakeasy