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Boston’s top breweries are offering delivery and beer to-go

Keep your fridge packed with bottles and cans of fresh brews.

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Eric Grossman

Given the current conditions, times are tough for Boston’s vibrant craft beer scene, as local beer lovers are currently prohibited from hanging out in their favorite taprooms. But patios are gradually reopening and many breweries are offering curbside pickup and delivery so you can keep your fridge packed with bottles and cans of fresh brews. Here’s the latest on where you can stock up and enjoy beers from some of your favorite breweries, from the comfort of your own home:

Night Shift Brewing: Delivery and curbside pickup are available, and the patio is now open by reservation only.

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Oh hello there. So thrilled to open both Lovejoy and Everett patios starting today! Details below:⁣ ⁣ Everett 12-8pm⁣, Thu-Sun Lovejoy 2-9pm⁣, Thu-Sun ⁣ -Limited menus for draft beer and food. ⁣ -Due to limited patio capacity, reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-in availability will be very limited. See bio link to make reservations for either location.⁣ -Reservations are available online for two-hour windows. We ask that guests please respect this two-hour window to allow us time to clean and sanitize the space properly.⁣ -Guests are asked to wear masks at all times unless they are seated at their table⁣ -Patio service only at this time - no bar or standing service.⁣ -Patio service is rain or shine.⁣ -Maximum party size of six guests⁣ -Please respect a 6ft. distance between other guests and staff whenever possible⁣ ⁣ Thank you - we hope to see you soon!

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Trillium Brewing Company: Order online for contactless pickup from any of Trillium's locations. Outdoor snacks and drafts are also available, as is home "Trillivery".

Harpoon Brewery: Harpoon Beer Hall has plenty of outdoor seating by reservation, so head on over for beer, cider, hard seltzer and food. Takeout and delivery are also available. Try a can of Frontline Ale, benefiting frontline workers.

Jack's Abby: This lager-focused Framingham brewery is offering both packaged beer and food via takeout or delivery.

Drizly: The Boston-based service, which bills itself as "the world's largest alcohol marketplace," can deliver the likes of Sam Adams and Harpoon to your home. Kick your virtual happy hour up a notch by throwing in a bottle of something special from local distilleries such as Bully Boy Distillers, Short Path Distillery and Privateer Rum Distillery.

If you need some reading while you're sipping on beer at home, check out our list of the best breweries and beer bars in Boston. And please remember to drink responsibly, even at home. Cheers!

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