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Recent articles by Gary:

These 8 New England breweries won medals at the Great American Beer Festival

The region produces some of the most celebrated beers in the world, but several states were snubbed. → Read More

These 8 New England breweries won medals at the Great American Beer Festival

Four Massachusetts breweries received awards in 2020. → Read More

Patriots-Chiefs rescheduled for Monday night, per report

The Patriots and Chiefs are scheduled to play their Week 4 game against the Kansas City Chiefs Monday night at 7:05 p.m., per a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter. > Patriots-Chiefs will kick off at 7:05 ET with full telecast on Monday night on CBS; Falcons-Packers kicks off at 8:50 et, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 4, 2020 This story will be updated. → Read More

How ‘Summer House’ stars Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula started Loverboy hard tea

Cooke, a New Hampshire native, was looking for an alternative to the Twisted Tea of his youth. → Read More

Loverboy sparkling hard tea is about the party, not the sugar

The product line includes three flavors of tea, as well as a set of spritz cocktails, all in colorful slim cans that look pretty by a pool or through a Hudson filter. → Read More

Lord Hobo’s new Seaport brewery patio opens this weekend

The 240-person space will be open until midnight, seven days per week. → Read More

Sam Calagione on his Mass. roots, 25 years of Dogfish Head, and the next big thing in beer

The Greenfield native helps run the second-largest craft brewery in the country, since the 2019 merger with Boston Beer Co. → Read More

Old Planters teamed up with Kevin Youkilis on a Pete Frates-inspired beer

One dollar from the sale of each 4-pack goes to Ales for ALS. One dollar goes to the Frates Family Foundation. → Read More

Sam Calagione looks back on 25 years of Dogfish Head

Now he helps run the second-largest craft brewery in the country, since the 2019 merger with Boston Beer Co. → Read More

Bruins-Lightning Game 4 rescheduled for Saturday at noon

Game 4 of the second round Eastern Conference playoff series between the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning is now scheduled to take place Saturday at noon, the NHL announced Friday. The Bruins game will be part of an NHL triple-header Saturday, with Game 3 between the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers scheduled to start at 7 p.m., and Game 3 between the Vancouver Canucks and Vegas… → Read More

Old Planters teamed up with Kevin Youkilis on a Pete Frates-inspired beer

Swing Oil, a hazy triple IPA, was brewed as a collaboration between bi-coastal breweries Old Planters and Loma Brewing. → Read More

Bill Belichick talked about what it means to coach with his sons

"They’ve just lived their whole life with this program." → Read More

Matt Cassel told a story about a prank war with Tom Brady

In “Thanks Tom,” a video series released this week by The Boston Globe, Tom Brady’s former teammates share stories about the quarterback that are insightful, inspiring, and, sometimes, a little mischievous. In one video, former Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel tells the story of the time a prank war with Brady went horribly wrong. Cassel, who backed up Brady from 2005 to 2007 before taking over… → Read More

Aeronaut Brewing Co. is taking over the former Down the Road Beer Co. space in Everett

The move will allow Aeronaut to make a lot more beer; a patio and second tap room are also in the works. → Read More

Aeronaut Brewing Co. is taking over the former Down the Road Beer Co. space in Everett

Despite the notable presence of the brand in and around Somerville and Greater Boston, Aeronaut is relatively small. This could change that. → Read More

Jack’s Abby and the Celtics are teaming up on a new beer

The beer, Pride and Parquet, will be released in the late fall or early winter. → Read More

Jack’s Abby and the Celtics are teaming up on a new beer

The beer, Pride and Parquet, will be released in the late fall or early winter. → Read More

Review: Night Shift Brewing Nite Heavy

Night Shift’s Nite Heavy American lager is worth celebrating, even if we can’t do it together. → Read More

Here’s the Red Sox’ 2020 Opening Day roster

The Boston Red Sox announced their 2020 Opening Day roster Thursday, one day ahead of their season-opener with the Baltimore Orioles Friday night. Of note, catcher Jonathan Lucroy was selected to the roster, as were right-handed pitchers Colten Brewer and Phillips Valdez, and left-handed pitchers Matt Hall, Josh Osich, and Jeffrey Springs. Here’s the team’s 30-man active roster: PITCHERS (15):… → Read More

Why the Red Sox put up a 254-foot ‘Black Lives Matter’ billboard outside Fenway Park

Drivers passing Fenway Park on the Mass Pike can’t miss the new Black Lives Matter billboard facing the highway. The Lansdowne Street billboard went up on Wednesday. Red Sox spokesperson Zineb Curran told The Boston Globe the sign is operated by the Red Sox Foundation. “Recognizing that we have work to do ourselves, we wanted to show that we stand with those who are working to achieve racial… → Read More