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The Eater Boston Beer Heatmap: Where to Drink Now

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Yesterday, Esquire aired the season finale of Brew Dogs, filmed in Boston. Sadly, with so many bars and an ever increasing number of breweries, one hour isn't nearly enough to showcase all the beers this city has to offer. Here's a reference map for where you should be drinking fermented malt juice right now, including breweries, tap rooms, and bars. As always, leave a comment below to share personal favorites.
Gabe Bellegard Bastos


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Night Shift Brewing, Inc.

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Mystic Brewery

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Bronwyn

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[Photo: Chris Coe]

Lord Hobo

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Cambridge Brewing Company

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Meadhall

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Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale

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Trillium Brewing Company

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Harpoon Beer Hall

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[Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

J.J. Foley's Cafe

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The Publick House

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Doyle's Cafe

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Night Shift Brewing, Inc.

[Photo: Facebook]

Mystic Brewery

[Photo: Facebook]

Bronwyn

[Photo: Chris Coe]

Lord Hobo

[Photo: Facebook]

Cambridge Brewing Company

[Photo: Flickr]

Meadhall

[Photo: Facebook]

Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale

[Photo: Facebook]

Trillium Brewing Company

[Photo: Facebook]

Harpoon Beer Hall

[Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

J.J. Foley's Cafe

[Photo: Facebook]

The Publick House

[Photo: Foursquare]

Doyle's Cafe

[Photo: Official Site]

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