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IPA Fest: A Tribute to Hoppy Beers, from Bitter to Hazy and Juicy to Sour


December 15, 2018
Flynn Cruiseport in Boston, Mass.
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BeerAdvocate's IPA Fest is a one day, two session event with a mission to explore and celebrate the tremendous diversity of a beer category that continues to more attract fans year after year: India Pale Ales.

Tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite. Please read our disclaimers before purchasing.


Brewer & Beer Lineup


Each of the 150+ beers from the 40+ breweries in attendance will be an India Pale Ale (plus a few India Pale Lagers for good measure). So long as it's somehow an IPA in concept, it's welcome at this festival dedicated to the wide range of flavors and aromas brewers are coaxing from hops!

Here's the current line up. Please check back often for updates.

Brewers: 49 | Beers: 0
3 Stars Brewing Company (District of Columbia)
Beer'd Brewing Co. (Stonington, Connecticut)
Bent Water Brewing Company (Lynn, Massachusetts)
Bolero Snort Brewery (Ridgefield Park, New Jersey)
Brix City Brewing (Little Ferry, New Jersey)
Building 8 Brewing (BLDG8) (Northampton, Massachusetts)
Carton Brewing Company (Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey)
Castle Island Brewing Co. (Norwood, Massachusetts)
Cerebral Brewing (Denver, Colorado)
Cloudburst Brewing (Seattle, Washington)
Clown Shoes (Boston, Massachusetts)
Dancing Gnome (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Milton, Delaware)
El Segundo Brewing Company (El Segundo, California)
Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company (Framingham, Massachusetts)
Finback Brewery (Queens, New York)
Firestone Walker Brewing Co. (Paso Robles, California)
Great North Aleworks (Manchester, New Hampshire)
Great Notion Brewing (Portland, Oregon)
Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall (Boston, Massachusetts)
Hoof Hearted Brewing (Marengo, Ohio)
Hop Butcher For The World (Chicago, Illinois)
Jack's Abby Brewing (Framingham, Massachusetts)
Lamplighter Brewing Company (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Lawson's Finest Liquids (Warren, Vermont)
LIC Beer Project (Queens, New York)
Lord Hobo Brewing Company (Woburn, Massachusetts)
Lupulin Brewing (Big Lake, Minnesota)
Magnify Brewing Company (Fairfield, New Jersey)
Medusa Brewing Company (Hudson, Massachusetts)
Modist Brewing Co. (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Mumford Brewing (Los Angeles, California)
Narrow Gauge Brewing Company (Florissant, Missouri)
New England Brewing Co. (Woodbridge, Connecticut)
New Realm Brewing Company (Atlanta, Georgia)
Night Shift Brewing (Everett, Massachusetts)
Outer Range Brewing Co (Frisco, Colorado)
RAR Brewing (Realerevival) (Cambridge, Maryland)
Sand City Brewing Co. (Northport, New York)
SingleCut Beersmiths (Queens, New York)
Sixpoint Brewery (Brooklyn, New York)
Southern Prohibition Brewing (Hattiesburg, Mississippi)
Springdale Barrel Room (Framingham, Massachusetts)
Stoneface Brewing Co. (Newington, New Hampshire)
Stoup Brewing (Seattle, Washington)
The Hop Concept Brewing (San Marcos, California)
Vanished Valley Brewing (Ludlow, Massachusetts)
WeldWerks Brewing Co. (Greeley, Colorado)

Disclaimers:
  • 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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