Night Shift Brewing Releases Elevensies, Hobbit-Inspired Barrel-Aged Baltic Porter

Night Shift

Everett, MA – Unleash your inner hobbit! Night Shift Brewing will release Elevensies, their 8.5% apple brandy barrel-aged version of their Baltic porter, Second Breakfast. This Taproom-only draft and bottle release will be accompanied by brunch served off of the Munch Mobile Kitchen food truck with Better Bagels joining the festivities at 2pm. Live music by the Gerard Project will add to the merriment.

The beer has been packaged in only 400 bottles total ($16 each), and sales are limited to 2 per person.

The release event will take place this Sunday (1/17) from 11am to 6pm, at Night Shift Brewing’s Taproom located at 87 Santilli Hwy in Everett, MA. On street parking is available along with the brewery’s own lot. Admission is free.

About Night Shift Brewing:

Night Shift Brewing was founded in 2012 by a trio of friends with a shared passion for nocturnal homebrewing. Through culinary inspiration and determined innovation, they aim to create memorable craft beers that offer a wide array of unique, complex flavors.

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