Welcome to Good Brew Hunting, a local beer-focused column from the New Bedford Standard Times that ran from March 2013 to November 2014. Eventually, I had to cut way back on my beer consumption, and therefore ended the column.

Final Column:

Slumbrew reps pour some Attic and Eaves.

Slumbrew reps pour some Attic and Eaves.

Battleship Brewfest blasts bodacious beers

What’s gray, hoppy, and 35 tons of fun? The Battleship Brewfest, of course! Held October 12, the third annual brewfest was a blast of brews, food, music, and friendly folks.

Set up under a tent or two on the deck of the Battleship Massachusetts in Fall River, this year’s fest featured brews from 36 breweries/cideries that ranged in location from SouthCoast to California to the Czech Republic. The Pats game was on a giant TV provided by Saber TV and the live band Ryan Connearney and the Dirty O’Brien blasted out tunes for all to enjoy.

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  1. John Murphy

    I saw single bottles of that dogfish head 120 minute IPA at Douglas liquors in Fairhaven but it was 18.99 for a 12oz bottle which I thought was a little steep even though I would like to try it. I got a four pack of Blithering Idiot barleywine ale for 12 something instead.


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