Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project

Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project

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Website
prettythingsbeertoday.com
Phone
617-666-1650
Location
Cambridge, MA
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Address
P.O. Box 426037
Cambridge, MA 02142 USA
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Last Call: Three Floyds Plans Huge Expansion; Pretty Things Founders Resurface

Last Call: Three Floyds Plans Huge Expansion; Pretty Things Founders Resurface

In this week’s edition of Last Call: Plans for Three Floyds’ brewery expansion are revealed; Pretty Things founders resurface in England; Hanson Spirits acquires Carneros Brewing’s production facility and taproom; Deschutes and Bluejacket announce can packaging releases; and more.

Craft Beer Guild Slapped with 90-Day Suspension

Craft Beer Guild Slapped with 90-Day Suspension

After more than 15 months of investigations, regulators in Massachusetts have determined that Craft Beer Guild LLC — a wholesaler responsible for selling about 200 craft brands from around the U.S. — knowingly violated state laws prohibiting unfair trade practices and illegal pay-to-play activities. News of the decision was first reported by the Boston Globe. In a notice dated Feb. 11, 2016 and obtained by Brewbound, the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) slapped Craft Beer Guild — a subsidiary of the Sheehan Family Companies, which owns several alcoholic beverage distributorships across more than a dozen states — with a 90-day license suspension for offering inducements and unfair discounts in exchange for guaranteed retail placements.

After 7 Years, Pretty Things Beer to Close Its Doors

After 7 Years, Pretty Things Beer to Close Its Doors

Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project, the beloved Boston-area craft beer company owned by Dann and Martha Paquette and known for its popular Jack D’Or saison, will officially close next month, the pair announced in a blog post. “After seven years it’s time to draw the curtains and head off to a new adventure,” they wrote.

Massachusetts Craft Beer Distributor Charged in Pay-to-Play Investigation

Massachusetts Craft Beer Distributor Charged in Pay-to-Play Investigation

Massachusetts state regulators have accused Craft Beer Guild LLC, one of the state’s most prominent craft wholesalers, of unfair trade practices and illegal pay-to-play activities. The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) said Wednesday that Craft Beer Guild — a subsidiary of the Sheehan Family Companies, which owns multiple alcoholic beverage distributorships across more than a dozen states – violated state laws that prohibit wholesalers from offering inducements and unfair discounts.

Pretty Things’ Paquette Publicly Protests Pay-to-Play

Pretty Things’ Paquette Publicly Protests Pay-to-Play

The pay-to-play debate has erupted again, this time on twitter. Dan Paquette, the co-founder of Boston’s Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project took to the social media platform at 12:53 A.M. to complain about what he — and many other brewers — call the dirty habit of pay-to-play — under-the-table transactions, where brewers or wholesalers offer cash and incentives to retailers and bar owners in exchange for guaranteed placement.

Brewing Faraway Styles in the States

Brewing Faraway Styles in the States

American craft brewers, especially some of the founding fathers at Boston Beer Company and Redhook, for example, have culled and modernized recipes from the Germans, Belgians, English and Irish, to name a few. As a result, many forms of the faraway beer styles can be found in the U.S. In certain cases, American brewers seem to have digested the influence and gone their own way.

Brewbound Session Showcases the Many Identities of Craft Brewers

Brewbound Session Showcases the Many Identities of Craft Brewers

Various identities were showcased at the Brewbound Session in Boston at the Revere Hotel on Thursday, providing about 150 attendees — brewers, distributors and investors — with an up-close look into the inherent differences of brands within the same industry.

Founders of Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project to Speak at Brewbound Session Spring ‘13

Founders of Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project to Speak at Brewbound Session Spring ‘13

Brewbound is pleased to announce that the co-founders of Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project will speak at the Brewbound Session on May 2. Founded in 2008, Pretty Things, which operates a “gypsy” brewer, has become well-known and well-respected for its ability to create innovative and high quality beers, and, more importantly, run a profitable business without actually owning any brewing space or equipment.

Boulevard Brewing’s Collaboration No. 3 Debuts Today

Boulevard Brewing’s Collaboration No. 3 Debuts Today

KANSAS CITY, MO – In recent years, American beer lovers have had the opportunity to enjoy a variety of interesting, often one-of-a-kind ales and lagers arising from the collaborative efforts of independent brewers. In 2010, Boulevard produced an Imperial Pilsner with esteemed Orval brewmaster Jean-Marie Rock, and last year brewed a “White I.P.A.” with Deschutes.


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Year Round Beers

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Lovely Saint Winefride Lager
Magnifico Unknown
Our Finest Regards Barley Wine
Field Mouse's Farewell Unknown
1901 IPA
Hedgerow Bitter Ale
American Darling Lager
Jack D'or Saison
Fluffy White Rabbits Unknown
Confounded Ms. Sisyphus Unknown
St. Botolph's Unknown
Babayaga Unknown
Baby Tree Belgian

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