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Extreme Beer Fest® is the ultimate throwdown of craft beer creativity. Join us as we celebrate brewers who push the boundaries of brewing and raise a fist at the norm.

February 1st & 2nd, 2019
Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Mass.
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The 16th annual invitational Extreme Beer Fest (EBF) will be held on February 1st and 2nd, 2019 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Mass. Featuring 120+ brewers and 400+ beers, across two days and three sessions, this will be the biggest and most diverse EBF lineup ever. And, as with past fests, we'll be challenging brewers to bring their A-teams, exclusive beers, and something extremely sessionable (5% alcohol by volume or less).

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Brewer & Beer Lineup

Expect over 400 beers from over 120 brewers that'll push the boundaries of brewing, and the minds and palates of attendees, through creativity and innovation. Please check back often as the lineup is updated up until the week of the fest.

Brewers: 85 | Beers: 0
2cabeças (Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil)
3 Stars Brewing Company (District of Columbia)
4 Hands Brewing Co. (Saint Louis, Missouri)
7venth (Seventh) Sun Brewery (Dunedin, Florida)
Aardwolf Brewing Company (Jacksonville, Florida)
Allagash Brewing Company (Portland, Maine)
Almanac Beer Co. (Alameda, California)
Aslin Beer Company (Herndon, Virginia)
Banded Brewing Co. (Biddeford, Maine)
Beau's All Natural Brewing Company (Vankleek Hill, Ontario)
Bent Water Brewing Company (Lynn, Massachusetts)
Big aLICe Brewing (Queens, New York)
Black Hog Brewing Co. (Oxford, Connecticut)
Bolero Snort Brewery (Ridgefield Park, New Jersey)
Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams) (Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts)
Breakside Brewery (Portland, Oregon)
Brew Gentlemen (Braddock, Pennsylvania)
Brewery Vivant (Grand Rapids, Michigan)
Burley Oak Brewing Co. (Berlin, Maryland)
Cambridge Brewing Company (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Captain Lawrence Brewing Co. (Elmsford, New York)
Carton Brewing Company (Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey)
Cellador Ales (North Hills, California)
Civil Society Brewing (Jupiter, Florida)
Common Roots Brewing Company (South Glens Falls, New York)
Crooked Hammock Brewery (Lewes, Delaware)
DESTIHL Brewery (Normal, Illinois)
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Milton, Delaware)
Down the Road Beer Co. (Everett, Massachusetts)
Due South Brewing Co. (Boynton Beach, Florida)
Earth Eagle Brewings (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)
Ecliptic Brewing (Portland, Oregon)
Epic Brewing Company (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Evil Genius Beer Company (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company (Framingham, Massachusetts)
Finback Brewery (Queens, New York)
Firestone Walker Brewing Co. (Paso Robles, California)
Foolproof Brewing Company (Pawtucket, Rhode Island)
Four Fathers Brewing (Valparaiso, Indiana)
Four Quarters Brewing Co. (Winooski, Vermont)
Gneiss Brewing Company (Limerick, Maine)
Great Notion Brewing (Portland, Oregon)
Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company (Worcester, Massachusetts)
Interboro Spirits and Ales (Brooklyn, New York)
Jack's Abby Brewing (Framingham, Massachusetts)
Japas Cervejaria (São Paulo - SP, Brazil)
Kane Brewing Company (Ocean, New Jersey)
Lamplighter Brewing Company (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Magnify Brewing Company (Fairfield, New Jersey)
Marz Community Brewing (Chicago, Illinois)
Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta, Georgia)
New England Brewing Co. (Woodbridge, Connecticut)
Newburgh Brewing Company (Newburgh, New York)
Night Shift Brewing (Everett, Massachusetts)
Relic Brewing Co. (Plainville, Connecticut)
Revolution Brewing (Chicago, Illinois)
Rhinegeist Brewery (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Right Brain Brewery (Traverse City, Michigan)
Short's Brewing Company (Bellaire, Michigan)
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. (Chico, California)
SingleCut Beersmiths (Queens, New York)
Sixpoint Brewery (Brooklyn, New York)
Sketchbook Brewing Company (Evanston, Illinois)
Solemn Oath Brewery (Naperville, Illinois)
Springdale Barrel Room (Framingham, Massachusetts)
The Collective Brewing Project (Fort Worth, Texas)
The Hermosillo / Highland Park Brewery (Los Angeles, California)
The Lost Abbey (San Marcos, California)
The North Brewery (Endicott, New York)
The Rare Barrel (Berkeley, California)
Three Weavers Brewing Company (Inglewood, California)
Throwback Brewery (North Hampton, New Hampshire)
Transient Artisan Ales (Bridgman, Michigan)
Transmitter Brewing (Queens, New York)
Transplants Brewing Company (Palmdale, California)
Trophy Brewing (Raleigh, North Carolina)
Two Roads Brewing Company (Stratford, Connecticut)
Upland Brewing Company (Bloomington, Indiana)
Urban Artifact (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Vanished Valley Brewing (Ludlow, Massachusetts)
Wartega (Brooklyn, New York)
WeldWerks Brewing Co. (Greeley, Colorado)

  • All attendees must be 21+ with a valid ID.
  • All sales are final. No refunds, session switching, or exceptions.
  • All beers are subject to change and availability.
  • Tickets include all beer samples, a BeerAdvocate-branded Govino drinkware, and a printed fest guide while supplies last. Food sold separately.
  • Pours are 2-ounces (or less). Please consume with respect.
  • Pace yourself, and find out what the ABV of a beer is before you consume. Drink for flavor, not just for impact.
  • Please be advised that some of the beers poured at the fest may contain allergens. Ask before you drink.
  • By purchasing fest tickets, or attending the fest, all attendees agree to any and all rules, restrictions, and forfeit any claims of liability as outlined here and on any and all fest related materials. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and all other fest info before purchasing tickets.
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