It’s that time of the year again as the Red Sox are teeing off on the back nine of the golf course, the Patriots look to be getting into full swing, and attention turns to the TD Garden for the start of the Bruins and Celtics regular season. As of late, all eyes have turned to hockey as the Celtics take a step backwards with a rebuilding period. Availability of craft beer in Boston’s major sports venues, however, has taken several strides forward. If you made your way out to Fenway this year to catch a Sox game, I hope you were able to find one of the craft beer stands. It is quite the experience sipping on a Wachusett Green Monsta while sitting on the Green Monster.
Now that the Bruins upon the regular season it is time to refocus on ‘The Craft Beer Garden’ located inside the TD Garden. The ‘Craft Beer Garden’ presented by Greatbrewers.com can be found at the east end of the TD Garden on the balcony level between Sections 323 and 324. You are able to enjoy the same full flavored American craft beers inside The Garden that you are accustomed to ordering at the many pubs around the city. The craft breweries featured on tap are: Allagash, Brooklyn, Cisco, Ipswich, Lagunitas, Magic Hat, Downeast Cider, Oskar Blues, Sierra Nevada, Smuttynose, Troegs, and Wachusett. It is an awesome lineup to enjoy while cheering on the Celtics and Bruins.
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