Two Cambridge bars, Tommy Doyle’s Irish Pub and the Cambridge Brewing Company, will be hosting pumpkin festivals this week.


First, Tommy Doyle’s, 96 Winthrop St., will host PumpkinFest on Wednesday (Oct. 24) beginning at 7 p.m.


The event will feature 11 pumpkin beers on tap, paired with a three course dinner. Brewers will be on hand to chat and there will be door prizes.


Tickets for the event are $49.99. Click here to purchase tickets.


Then, coming up on Saturday is the premiere pumpkin beer festival the Cambridge Brewing Company’s 2012 Pumpkin Festival.


The festival will go from 1 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. and will feature 40 different beers and a pumpkin inspired menu. Admission is $10 at the door, and beer and food tickets are available for four for $5. Children are welcome from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.


The Cambridge Brewing Company will have 11 different pumpkin beers of their own making, including the original Great Pumpkin Ale, Stout at the Devil (barrel-aged stout with Dvil’s Claw), Valley Ghoul (scotch ale with pumpkin and heather flowers), and Kraftwerk (Belgian tripel with pumpkin aged in white wine barrels.)


Other participating breweries include Dogfish Head, The Bruery, Cape Ann, Jack’s Abby Brewing, Susquehanna Brewing, Elysian (seven different beers), Iron Hill and Hill Farmstead.


Foodwise, people can pick from such treats as fried duck confit fritters with maple and pumpkin sauce, roasted pumpkin polenta fries and grilled pumpkin flatbreads.


If you’re a pumpkin beer fan, the Cambridge Brewing Company is the place for you.


 


 


 


Two Cambridge bars, Tommy Doyle’s Irish Pub and the Cambridge Brewing Company, will be hosting pumpkin festivals this week.


First, Tommy Doyle’s, 96 Winthrop St., will host PumpkinFest on Wednesday (Oct. 24) beginning at 7 p.m.


The event will feature 11 pumpkin beers on tap, paired with a three course dinner. Brewers will be on hand to chat and there will be door prizes.


Tickets for the event are $49.99. Click here to purchase tickets.


Then, coming up on Saturday is the premiere pumpkin beer festival the Cambridge Brewing Company’s 2012 Pumpkin Festival.


The festival will go from 1 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. and will feature 40 different beers and a pumpkin inspired menu. Admission is $10 at the door, and beer and food tickets are available for four for $5. Children are welcome from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.


The Cambridge Brewing Company will have 11 different pumpkin beers of their own making, including the original Great Pumpkin Ale, Stout at the Devil (barrel-aged stout with Dvil’s Claw), Valley Ghoul (scotch ale with pumpkin and heather flowers), and Kraftwerk (Belgian tripel with pumpkin aged in white wine barrels.)


Other participating breweries include Dogfish Head, The Bruery, Cape Ann, Jack’s Abby Brewing, Susquehanna Brewing, Elysian (seven different beers), Iron Hill and Hill Farmstead.


Foodwise, people can pick from such treats as fried duck confit fritters with maple and pumpkin sauce, roasted pumpkin polenta fries and grilled pumpkin flatbreads.


If you’re a pumpkin beer fan, the Cambridge Brewing Company is the place for you.