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Calling all Boston brides!
The folks at Sam Adams have come up with another great idea…yet again! This Thursday, July 26th all brides and grooms-to-be are invited to the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery to celebrate their love of beer (and each other of course).
We all know how important of a role beer plays at a wedding reception, right? I mean, since the medieval times beer has played an essential role in the celebration of marriage, so it only makes sense for Samuel Adams to put their own twist on things with the limited release of their delicious Brewlywed Ale. :)
Just 500 cases of this Belgian-style pale golden ale will be available for purchase this Thursday, July 26th — not only is this perfect for all those engaged couples out there, it is also a perfect present to friends who are celebrating an engagement or who are getting married soon. Handy tip — show up in “wedding wear” (veil or cummerbund anyone?) on Thursday and move to the front of the line!
Other fun things going on — whoever travels the furthest will receive a bottle signed by Jim Koch (not to mention a private tasting with a Samuel Adams brewer), they will also have pairing suggestions for popular wedding menu items, expert advice from TheKnot.com, a toast from Jim Koch, the chance to have Samuel Adams foot the bill for your rehearsal dinner, or if you’re really daring…the chance to get married on the spot at the brewery by a justice of the peace!
Here is the lineup of events:
7:00 a.m.: Line up early!
9:00 a.m.: Doors open, and Brewlywed Ale is officially for sale.
9:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m.: Wedding menu beer pairing suggestions, wedding advice from TheKnot.com, rehearsal dinner raffle, wedding photo booth, and more.
1:00 p.m.: Last call!
*Even though this post is sponsored by Samuel Adams, all thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. :)
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