Greetings boys and ghouls! Hop Culture is coming to Boston for a spooky scary Halloween party featuring some of the freshest beer and most hyped breweries in the country. We'll have food, unlimited pours, music, and Halloween-themed merch and glassware from designer Sam Taylor.

Come in costume. Trick or treat at your favorite breweries. Eat some colorful candy. Follow @hopculturemag and sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay updated on the event.

Where will the event take place?

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116

When is this happening?

The festival runs over a single session on Friday, October 26th, 2018. VIPs will be able to enter at 6:30 PM and General Admission will be able to enter at 7:00 PM. Designated Drivers may enter at any time. The festival will end promptly at 11:00 PM.

Is there an age limit?

All attendees must be at least 21 years old with a valid ID. Please no children or strollers.

What do I get with my ticket?

The VIP ticket gets you access to the festival at 6:30 PM, a half hour before GA admission. You'll also receive a bag of treats inside a Hop Culture tote that includes a limited-edition taster designed by Sam Taylor, a Spooky Brews teku, and a festival map.

The General Admission ticket gets you access to the festival at 7:00 PM. Upon entering, you'll receive a limited-edition taster designed by Sam Taylor, and a brochure that includes a map of the festival.

The Designated Driver ticket gets you access to the festival, but you won't be able to drink! Upon entering, you'll receive a ticket that's redeemable for a complimentary t-shirt from our merch stand.

Will there be food?

We'll have food available from several food vendors inside the venue. Vegetarian options available.

Will there be music?


The Beer/Breweries

Who is attending?

The current list is as follows. Note that this is subject to change due to any number of extenuating factors, but we'll do everything in our power to avoid that.

  1. Aslin Beer Company
  2. Barrel Culture Brewing and Blending
  3. Barreled Souls Brewing
  4. Brewery Silvaticus
  5. Channel Marker Brewing
  6. Equilibrium Brewing
  7. Finback Brewery
  8. Fox Farm Brewery
  9. Horus Aged Ales
  10. Hoof Hearted Brewing
  11. Interboro Spirits and Ales
  12. Lamplighter Brewing Co.
  13. Mast Landing Brewing Company
  14. Mikerphone Brewing
  15. Mystic Brewery
  16. New Park Brewing
  17. Night Shift Brewing
  18. Outer Range Brewing Company
  19. Pueblo Vida Brewing
  20. Pure Project Brewing
  21. Resident Culture Brewing Company
  22. Southern Grist Brewing Company
  23. Superstition Meadery
  24. Threes Brewing
  25. Triple Crossing Brewing
  26. TRVE Brewing Company
  27. Twin Elephant Brewing Company
  28. Vitamin Sea Brewing
  29. Widowmaker Brewing

And more!


When is last call?

Brewers will be instructed to stop serving beer 10 minutes before the end of the session.

Who will be pouring the beer?

At all of our Juicy Brews festivals we work to make sure that a representative from the brewer is on hand to pour beer, answer questions, and goof off. Typically this is the head brewer or founder.

Which beers will be served?

The beers at the fest are extremely fresh and limited release, so it's hard to predict brewing schedules well in advance. However, we'll release the beer lists in the week leading up to the fest as they become available.

Will there be enough beer?

We bring enough beer to our festivals that the majority of breweries will be pouring beer for the entire fest. However, due to their popularity, some breweries will kick their kegs before last call, typically within the last 45 minutes. We do our best to avoid this.