Birds & Brew

June 7, 2019
Birds & Brew banner 2019

Looking for a fun night out and a chance to support environmental education in our community? Then gather your friends and join us for Birds & Brew!

Friday, June 7
7:00–10:00 pm

Broad-winged Hawk at Bird Hop 2018 © Martha Heath
Broad-winged Hawk © Martha Heath

Come spend the evening meeting live birds from Blue Hills Trailside Museum, competing in fun trivia games with prizes, enjoying hearty appetizers, listening to live music, and more!

And, of course, there will be lots of locally-made brews to sample from some of the best craft breweries in New England.

All proceeds from this event support the BNC's Camp Scholarship Fund, which works to ensure that every child in our community has the chance to experience the joy of camp. 

If you cannot sponsor or attend this event but still wish to support BNC's education programs, you can donate online.

2018 Bird Hop attendees meeting Broad-winged Hawk © Martha Heath
© Martha Heath

Event Tickets

$35 in advance • $40 at the door (if available)

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This is a 21+ event and valid ID will be required. Call 617-983-8500 for more information. 

Sponsor Tickets

We have several levels of event sponsorships available, all of which include tickets to Birds & Brew

  • Hops Helper—$125 (includes 2 tickets)
  • Malt Master—$250 (includes 4 tickets)
  • Brew Guru—$500 (includes 8 tickets)

If you have any questions about being an event sponsor, please contact Zaskya Perez by email or call 617-983-8500 x6904.

Live Music

Groove to the unique sounds of neo-reggae band Dis-N-Dat! ←

Participating Breweries

Aeronaut Brewing logo     Artifact Cider Project     Barewolf Brewing     Clown Shoes Brewing     Downeast Cider Company     Exhibit A Brewing Company     Jack's Abby Brewing     Sam Adams Brewery     Turtle Swamp Brewing     True North Ale Company


Transportation will be provided to and from Forest Hills Station every twenty minutes starting at 6:45 pm. Meet at the pick-up/drop-off and cab stand area on the upper level and look for one of Mass Audubon's vans or Prius shuttles.