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Qualifying CBC Beer Year Beers

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We launched the CBC Beer Year at our 27th Anniversary in 2016.  The CBC Beer Year is a challenge to local craft beer enthusiasts to drink one of every CBC Beer Year qualifying brews* over the course of a year and to post a picture of it on Instagram using the hashtags #CBCBeerYear and #CBCBeerYear(yourIGhandle) (ex. #CBCBeerYear and #CBCBeerYearKeytarBear) ...read more

Announcing the CBC Beer Year

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Do you think you could drink every new beer CBC releases in a year? Here’s your chance to prove it.

At our 27th Anniversary Party, we launched the CBC Beer Year. The CBC Beer Year is a challenge to local craft beer enthusiasts to drink one of every CBC Beer Year qualifying brews* over the course of a year and to post a picture of it on Instagram using the hashtags #CBCBeerYear and
#CBCBeerYear(yourIGhandle) (ex. #CBCBeerYear and #CBCBeerYearKeytarBear) ...read more

Brewmaster Will Meyers Wins the Russell Schehrer Award

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We’re extremely honored + excited to announce that Brewmaster Will Meyers has won the Russell Schehrer Award for Innovation in Craft Brewing! This award was established in memory of the late Russell Schehrer, a founding partner and the original brewmaster of the Wynkoop Brewery in Denver, CO. Russell was one of the pioneers in the craft brewing industry and one of the industry’s early innovators. We are so proud of Will and this recognition of his creativity, excellence in brewing and willingness to share his knowledge within the community. ...read more

Catered Party Menu

The Cambridge Brewing Company looks forward to hosting your next event! Whether you are planning an after work company reception for twenty or a holiday bash for up to one hundred, you’ll find the Cambridge Brewing Company a tasty choice. Please contact Laura Peters at 617-494-1994 or laura@cambridgebrewingcompany.com with any questions or to make arrangements. Prices are per serving. Minimum order: 20 servings per item. Minimum purchase: $20 per person ...read more

New CBC Mural!

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The new mural at CBC by artist Liz LaManche.

This month we unveiled our new mural by artist, Liz LaManche.  This mural continues the theme established by previous murals, a busy bar scene depicting CBC regulars and staff mingling with celebrities with local ties.

On November 15th, we celebrated the grand unveiling with a toast and meet &  greet with the artist. Many individuals featured in the mural were also on hand that evening. ...read more

New Summer Menu

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Last Saturday was the first official day of summer! It’s such a great time of year for fresh New England seafood, enjoying a cold beer on a hot day and, of course, patio dining.

Just in time, we’ve launched our summer menu featuring favorites like Hefeweizen Steamed Mussels and Pat Woodury’s delicious Wellfleet Clams. ...read more

Here’s the Beef!

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100% Grass Fed, 100% Natural, 100% Massachusetts Raised Beef Burgers

Did you know that since the roll out of our Spring menu we’ve been serving 100% natural grass fed, all Massachusetts raised, never grain finished beef burgers? We’ve been serving naturally raised meats for quite some time now but we haven’t had the opportunity to make it as local as this. ...read more

Announcing Nationwide Distribution of “I AM HYDROGEN”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – CAMBRIDGE BREWING COMPANY ANNOUNCE NATIONWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF
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April 1, 2014 – Cambridge, MA – Cambridge Brewing Company (CBC) today announces the national release of their latest and most innovative beer, “I AM HYDROGEN”. This easy-drinking dry stout gets its “carbonation” from an injection of pure hydrogen gas before being bottled for sale across the U.S. While normally considered a dangerous element due to its combustible nature, the brewers at CBC have taken great precautions in designing this groundbreaking beer. “We’ve spent an enormous amount of money encasing several of our tanks in concrete with rebar reinforcements,” notes proud CBC founder Phil “Brewdaddy” Bannatyne. “There’s no way these babies will blow.” ...read more