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Triple Trophy Sunday
Sunday - February 26, 2017 @ 11am  / Ends: Sunday - February 26, 2017 @ 08pm
Beer Release / Tasting
Night Shift Brewing, Everett, MA
Gene Buonaccorsi  [email protected]  (617) 294-4233

We're celebrating the release of not one, but two collaboration releases with Trophy Brewing Company from Raleigh, North Carolina! Both new beers will be on draft AND available for you to take home at the Taproom. After the success of Barrel'd Trophy, our first collaboration back in 2016, we're looking forward to a....Victory Lap.

The first release is named just that. "Victory Lap" is a porter brewed with chocolate, salt, almonds, and chocolate. Along with being available on draft, we'll have 4-packs for you to take home.

Second on this list (but certainly not in our hearts), we'll have "Sore Loser": a dark sour ale brewed with honey, aged in Sauvignon Blanc barrels. This complex, 11.9% ABV behemoth will be available in bottles.

Finally, to cap the whole thing off, we're bringing a keg of Barrel'd Trophy out of the cellar. Barrel'd Trophy is a blended wild ale aged in oak barrels, and it'll be available for just this 1 day only.

RSVP over on Facebook for pricing and more information as the date arrives!

More: https://www.facebook.com/events/1848454585400078/

Submitted by: genebuonaccorsi

When: Feb 26, 2017 11am in Everett, MA

Live Bluegrass & Great Drinks with the New England Innocence Project

DESCRIPTIONThousands of innocent men and women are behind bars right now in New England, waiting for the chance to prove their innocence. Join the New England Innocence Project (NEIP) for an evening of live bluegrass at Short Path Distillery to celebrate and learn more about our Running for Innocence campaign, the funds of which directly contribute to the costs of expert case review, private investigation, DNA consultation and testing, and re-entry services for our exonerated clients. Come hear about the many ways that team members have used running to support NEIP's efforts to bring justice to our wrongfully convicted clients, learn about the many ways to support this important effort, and enjoy appetizers and drinks (cash bar)!What is Running for Innocence?It’s not easy to prove someone’s innocence, and it takes a long time – justice is a marathon, not a sprint. Victor Rosario knows that. During the 32 years he spent in prison for an arson murder he did not commit, Victor became a runner – if you’re wondering how many laps around a prison yard it takes to complete a 26.2 mile marathon, Victor can tell you. He ran around the yard 76 times. Running for Innocence was inspired by Victor's tenacity and endurance, and he continues to run for RFI today.There have been 49 exonerations in the Commonwealth of MA alone. Collectively, these individuals spent over 500 years in prison for crimes they didn't commit, while the real perpetrators remained free to commit more crimes. These exonerees, sadly, are the lucky ones. There are countless more innocent men and women behind bars now, waiting for a chance to prove their innocence. Running for Innocence will be honoring two team members, Victor Rosario and Will Swenson, who have contributed in exceptional ways to this growing team. We will also have raffle items from Laugh Boston, South Hollow Spirits, Digital Photo Academy, and many more fun experiential items from the Boston area. Whether you are a runner looking for a way to make a difference or simply want to support justice for the wrongfully convicted, join us March 8 for an evening of inspiration and commitment! Ticket proceeds will help our current runners reach their team fundraising goal of raising $7,500 by April 1.About the musicians:Sick Sad and Lonesome is a six piece bluegrass band from Boston, MA known for their powerful four- and five-part vocal harmonies. Featuring: Rachel Rosenberg of the Roxbury District Court CPCS Office on fiddle, multi-instrumentalist and local legend Frank Drake on mandolin, advertising "madman" Dan Africk on guitar, schoolteacher and naturalist Helen Yurchenko on viola, two-step dancer extraordinaire Roger Weiss on banjo, and Dan Bui on bass.

When: Mar 8, 2017 6:30PM to Mar 8, 2017 8:30PMin Everett, MA
Cost: $15

Mancini Soul Project

When: Mar 25, 2017 9pm in Everett, MA

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About Everett, MA
Everett Massachusetts was settled in 1630 and incorporated as a city in 1892. Everett is a blue collar working class community that has served as a gateway city to immigrants for most of its history. The city has a large and diversified industrial and commercial base and offers many services along with a sizable retail trade.

Everett is a small city of only 3.5 square miles but is able to provide a high level of education and public services to its citizens at a moderate tax rate. The city boasts a convenient location abutting Boston on the Mystic River. It is close to major highways and is easily accessible by public transportation. Logan International Airport is only 15 short minutes away!