Come out to the brewery on Saturday, May 20 and help us welcome the warm weather to Boston and New England. We will be closing the tap room for the day and roping off the parking lot for another outside festival — live music, awesome local food, fun games and of course plenty of Idle Hands beer.
Session 1 (1:00pm to 5:00pm, kid friendly – 12 & under)
- Cafe 101 (yes, they are bringing the brisket back from Oktoberfest!)
- Dom’s Sausage of Malden
- Sillari’s Pizza
- Fat Boyfriend Bakery
- Cauldron Fermented Foods
Session 2 (6:00pm to 10:00pm, 21+ only)
Online ticket sales have ended but there will be tickets available at the door — $20.
Each adult ticket gets you a souvenir plastic cup to drink from and one (1) beer ticket. Additional beer tickets can be purchased inside the event (CASH ONLY). A children’s ticket gets you a goody bag and a juice box for your little one.
During the event, there will be no onsite parking at the brewery. Plan accordingly. If you must bring a car, you can park it at one of the following two locations:
Or better yet, save yourself the aggravation and take the orange line to Malden Center and walk 3 minutes to the brewery!
Please respect our neighbors and do not park in their lots as they will tow you.
If you have any questions, please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Announcing the beer lineup for Saturday! The weather is looking awesome for some outdoor/parking lot fun!
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