Dorchester Brewing


National Beer Day

On April 7, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt took the first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law that allowed people to brew and sell beer, in the United States, as long as it remained below 4.0% alcohol by volume (ABV).  Beer drinkers celebrated and were happy to be able to purchase beer again for the first time in thirteen years.

Come celebrate with us and raise a glass of nice, fresh beer. Boston’s Baddest Burger will be here from 5pm-9pm, so you can grab some grab some grub to wash it down!


Zinneken’s Belgian Waffle Pop Up

End your workweek with Zinneken’s Belgian Waffles and our latest Belgian beer, Test Batch #2. Zinneken’s will be here Friday night from 5-9pm. At 9.8% ABV, our Test Batch #2 has a strong Belgian yeast character with a residual sweetness. Weekend, here we come.

St. Patrick’s Day Throwdown

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as the Irish intended -with a full day of drinking great beer. Actually, this year we are making it a full weekend celebration starting on Friday night! We’ll have a new Irish Red beer release, including some special green beer + slushies along with live music, traditional food and more. 
M&M BBQ will be open daily and serving up their version of Irish food specials:
The Loaded Irish
Shredded corn beef topped with housemade sauerkraut, pickled onions & honey mustard served on a brioche bun
Corned Beef Poutine w/ Irish stout gravy
Fries topped with cheese curds, corned beef and gravy
Friday, March 11th
  • All Day: Irish Red Ale Release, Green Beer, Food Specials
  • 8-10pm: Live Music from The Gypsy Moths
Saturday, March 12th:
  • First 50 customers receive a limited edition St. Patrick’s Day DBco glass
  • All Day: Irish Red Ale Release, Green Beer, Food Specials
  • 3pm-6pm: Live Performance w/ Aaron Bear & the Forest Collective
  • 7:30pm-10:30pm: DJ Set


Zumba at DBco

Come to the Dorchester Brewery Co ready to dance and sweat! NO fitness experience needed just a desire to dance. A dance party like this deserves a cold beer and after class you will recieve two 5oz Dorchester Brewing Co beer.
It is best to dress in loose, breathable clothing. Bring a towel to wipe the sweat off your face and a bottle of water to keep hydrated on the dance floor. Consider arriving early for check in.
Cost is $18 for Zumba and Two 5oz Beer. You must be 21+ to attend this event. No Refunds. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time at:

Third Cliff Bakery Pop Up

Join us for a Third Cliff Bakery Pop up! Local to Dorchester, Third Cliff is a roving bakery — you can find them at Boston-area farmers markets, rolling through town on Rosie the Trike, popping up at Boston Public Market and events throughout the Greater Boston area, like yours truly!

Third Cliff’s food concept centers around baked goods that are simple but not basic, allowing fresh and unusual ingredients to shine through. At Dorchester Brewing Co, they will be serving up:

  • Herb shortbread: packs of 6 hand cut herb shortbread in flavors like lemon-thyme, rosemary and lavender
  • Burnt-sugar caramel popcorn: bags of popcorn that has been tossed in a burnt sugar caramel then baked until crunchy
  • Loose Treats: brown butter & cinnamon rice krispie treats, dark chocolate chip cookies, salted peanut butter cookies and fudgy brownies
  • Hand Pies: flaky buttermilk crust filled with fresh fruit like apple & pear or mixed berry, packaged as an individual pie for eating with one hand and drinking with the other!

Cornhole Night

We’re calling Game Night! For Cornhole Night, we’ll be clearing out the back room and letting the good times roll!