By: Jordan McMillan, Digital Marketing Published:
Drinking and sports go hand in hand when you’re talking about Boston. And with the Red Sox season right around the corner and the Celtics on their way to the playoffs, knowing exactly where to find Harpoon at the game is critical. Use these maps below as a reference so you can grab your beers and get back to what’s important - the game and whoever you’re there to enjoy it with!
Beers: Harpoon IPA, Harpoon Summer Beer and UFO White
Centerfield Concourse - look for signs that say “craft cans”
Right Field Concessions - look for signs that say “craft cans”
State Street pavilion
Beers: Harpoon IPA, UFO White & Harpoon Seasonal
Loge Level: Sections 1 and 10
Balcony: Sections 318 and 314 (portable carts)
Paulaner Crossing on the North Station Concourse
By: Julia Falk, Digital Marketing Published:
Beer-soaked grilled cheese. Let that sink in for a second. This recipe is so incredibly simple you’ll ask yourself why you didn’t think of it sooner. Enjoy!
Harpoon IPA Soaked Grilled Cheese
Yields 4 sandwiches
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup Harpoon IPA
- 1/8 cup flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 8 slices of sourdough bread
- 8 slices of sharp cheddar
- 2 tablespoons butter
- To make the beer batter, whisk together eggs, beer, flour, salt and cayenne pepper in a bowl.
- Heat a large skillet
- Dunk a slice of the sourdough bread into the batter. Drain the excess batter back into the bowl. Place dipped slice on buttered hot skillet pan. Flip to grill other slide. Do this for each slice.
- Place two slices of cheddar on the slice of bread and top with another battered and grilled slice on top.
- Cook each side for about 4 minutes or until your bread is golden brown and the cheese is melted. Repeat for all sandwiches.
- Wash down all that gooey goodness with the remaining Harpoon IPA and bask in your grilled cheese mastery!