indie617 and Down The Road Beer Co. continue ‘indieBrews’ — a new music
and limited-release beer series that pairs a great taste with a great sound.

Up next: The Devil’s Twins on April 12

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BOSTON, MARCH, 2018 — There was an old adage in the 20th century about always listening to your bartender. In the 21st century, you should always listen to your brewer.

With that in mind, indie617 and Down The Road Beer Co. are excited to announce the return of their indieBrews live music series, which pairs Boston bands with limited-release beer brewed specifically for this series. After its successful launch, indieBrews now runs every second Friday of the month, through May, at Down The Road’s spectacular brewery and taproom in Everett (199 Ashland St.).

After rousing performances and beer launches from North Shore garage rock noise-makers Salem Wolves (IPA with special Styrian Wolf Hops), power-pop band Parks (mango guava sour ale), and dance party dynamo Party Bois (Kolsch with mandarina bavaria hops), indieBrews returns to Down The Road on Friday, April 12 with a live set from Boston noir-punk crew The Devil’s Twins.

The Devil’s Twins’ special beer will be a Porter Brewed made with bourbon to give it a dark, smoky flavor. The night will also feature an opening set from garage rock band The Maxims and DJs sets from Morning Glory host Michael Marotta (the pill boston, Britpop Social Club).

So far, the pairing of indie617 and Down The Road has been a hit — both for the ears and the taste buds.

“This gives us an opportunity to pair bands with a one of a kind beer,” says indie617 President/Managing Partner Paul Driscoll. “We’re excited to partner with Down The Road and the Boston bands we’ve been supporting on indie617. It’s not everyday you have the opportunity to bring these two things together — booking a unique live music series with an exclusive, limited-edition beer.”

This is no awkward pairing — Down The Road’s taproom is built with live music in mind, with a full-size stage, professional sound, and a room large enough to host one hell of a party. It sounded great in January and February, and it should sound even better come March.

“In Down The Road’s ongoing quest to be the best beer hall in town, we are setting sail on an ambitious new project to put Down The Road on the map as a music destination,” the brewery says. “In addition to building an in-house team of experienced industry pros, we are also partnering with indie617 to help us book some of the hottest new acts in Massachusetts and beyond! Creating a new music venue on top of a beer hall is a huge undertaking, but with friends like indie617, we know that it will be a smash hit!”

About Down The Road Beer Co:
Down The Road Beer Co. draws inspiration from the grand narrative of both brewing and storytelling. Our beers are rooted in tradition, yet inspired by change. We know your tastes are always evolving, and so are ours. Our beers are familiar, yet they’re peppered with the unique, exciting and curious, so there’s always something new to experience “Down The Road”.

About indie617:
Indie617 is more than just an online radio station. We are Boston’s independent music source; a trusted voice in a crowded field of radio noise, and the connection that bridges classic alternative with the modern sounds of today and tomorrow. We broadcast the best radio station in Boston — on air talent includes trusted radio personalities Adam 12, Julie Kramer, and “Morning Glory” host Michael Marotta — and host and curate events all over the New England market. Listen in: indie617.com

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