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Farm To City: Kent Falls Comes to Boston’s SoWa

Farm Life ➡️ City Life

Farm brewery, Kent Falls, is coming to the city. 🙌 Kent Falls is  taking over the taps at Boston’s SoWa Beer Garden THIS Sunday (9/1) from 11a-4p. If you haven’t had a chance to pop by SoWa this season, there’s nooo better time than the long weekend. Plenty of time for recovery or, maybe a pregame?! Stop by the Beer Garden to get a taste of Kent Falls’ insanely crushable (and good-for-the-land) craft brews. Plus, it’s sheltered from the hustle and bustle of Boston’s famous “moving day.” Sunday’s forecast = sunny and 75. AKA too good to be true (or maybe the beginning of… dare we say the “F” word? Fall). ☀️

Quick DL about Kent Falls: As a farm brewery, Kent Falls’ surroundings and experiences inform much of what they do. KF aims to produce beer reflective of the land around them, the people that occupy it and the culture they wish to promote. The brewery sits on and is a part of Camps Road Farm; a 50 acre diversified farm in Kent, CT. The farm focuses on pasture-raised poultry and pork, along with 1 acre of hops and an acre and a half of cider apples destined for Neversink Spirits, Kent Falls’ distillery located in Port Chester, NY. Waaaay more about Kent Falls here. 😍😍😍


What’s Pouring This Sunday (9/1)

Kent Falls is bringing their A game to SoWa this Sunday. Here’s what will be on tap:

Patience Like A Buffalo | A collab with Heirloom Rustic Ales. Lager brewed with emmer and conditioned in stainless at mellow temperatures for six months with a blend of each brewery’s brettanomyces cultures | 4.3% ABV

Trapped In Habitual Nostalgia | Hoppy American Blonde Ale | 4.5% ABV

Modern Posture | Wheat beer brewed with spices and fermented with a Northern European farmhouse yeast | 5.1% ABV

People Power | Helles brewed to encourage people to use their power and get out and vote | 5.2% ABV

Fast Friends, Slow Collabs | Farmhouse lager with apples from Shacksbury Cider | 5.5% ABV

Tell Me What My Dreams Mean | Wheat forward pale ale brewed and dry-hopped with Ella, Belma, and Simcoe | 5.5% ABV

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (aka “Shruggie”) | The hops in this beer may change on occasion but the target remains a consistently bright and expressive IPA with a balance of fruity and resinous hop character | 6.2% ABV

SoWa Summers (soon-to-be Fall)

ICYMI: Every week, one of our brands moves into SoWa’s Beer Garden and takes over the taps. Follow along on Instagram as we add new breweries to the season’s lineup. And before you know it… Oktoberfest will be here. That’s right. On October 6, SoWa and Schilling will be together again for their second annual SoWa Oktoberfest! Stein-hosting competition and all…🍂

If you’re new to SoWa (better late than never), it’s the South End’s weekly celebration of local artisans, farmers, food trucks, brewers and musicians. There’s no shortage of things to do, eat, drink and take home, which means you’re guaranteed to have a Sunday Funday.

The Facts: SoWa’s Beer Garden is open on Sundays, May through October, at The Power Station at 540 Harrison Ave in Boston (see the map below 👇) from 11a to 4p. We’ll release the beer menu each week right here and on Instagram.