|EcoLounge and Terrace (21+)
This year Boston GreenFest will host an "EcoLounge and Terrace (21+)" where you can "kick back" and relax with a glass of sustainably crafted wine or beer, enjoy some amazing food, listen to the music, and have some quiet time with friends and family. The EcoLounge and Terrace (21+) will be open on Thursday evening (8/15) from 5:00-9:30 pm and from noon-9:30 pm on Friday and Saturday (8/16-17)
We are offering a very exciting package for anyone coming to the EcoLounge and Terrace (21+) ...
Great beer and wine will be on sale for $5 a glass!
Check out the lineup:
At The Naked Grape, they believe the wine should taste good and do good, naturally: Act Local, Be Natural, and Create Good...and that to make wine that tastes amazing, you've got to focus on what's underneath the skin to reveal the true and unique flavors of each grape. Their winemakers have a simple philosophy: Great Grapes = Great Flavor = Great Wine.
Peak Organic Beer is a household name spreading across the country! They choose the finest local farms for their carefully grown organic ingredients. Love and soul go into every aspect of the contents of each bottle.
From the Ottauquechee River in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Long Trail ales are impeccable. Even better, Long Trail is serious about taking care of the environment. All spent grain and spent hops are fed to local dairy cattle as a valuable food supplement, steam from the brewing process is condensed into hot water and the thermal energy is used to heat water for the next brewing cycle saving up to 2,000 gallons of propane a month!
Each beer on our EcoLounge and Terrace (21+) has its own unique qualities. According to one customer who rated Wolaver's with a high score, "This is simply one of the best, crisp, warm weather ales I've had. Excellent balance of honey and yeast in aroma and flavor, with a nice fresh mouthfeel." Just right for a summer festival!
Organic beer can heal your soul, especially if it includes Kombucha and if it's made from local fresh grown organic ingredients. Right from Portland, Maine, comes UFF=urban farm fermentory. Ready to try their mint chocolate brew?
And, of course for those of you wanting a non-alcoholic refreshment, Spindrift is making it possible. They start with triple purified sparkling water, fresh squeezed fruit or berry purée (pulp and all!), and a dash of cane juice. No syrups, no juice concentrates, no additives, no preservatives...just deliciousness!
Originally designed by Autumn Gedutis & Sarah Prouty.
Please note that there is no commercial audio or video recording allowed during Boston GreenFest without prior written authorization.