Jun 3, 2012 — Boston is a huge city that’s all about two very important things – sports and beer. Whether you’re a born and bred Mass native or just visiting Beantown, catching a game at Fenway is a rite of passage that no sports fan should miss.
Days in the city are perfect for boozing it up at Sox games or messing around in the Common, while nights consist of ordering rounds at loud and rambunctious pubs with the Celtics game flashing across the flat-screens.
Boston is also a killer college town, and with over fifty universities in the area, there’s always an Irish bar or unpretentious club nearby that's overflowing with coeds and pub-crawling post-grads. This is especially true in the Faneuil Hall area, which is packed with rowdy spots where you don’t have to worry about dress codes and long lines.
There's definitely a lot of craziness surrounding the big games, big schools, and great pubs, and it's all tied together with one thing – the awesome beer. In a city that’s home to Samuel Adams Brewery and countless microbrews, it’s obvious that Bostonians take their beer seriously, and home-grown brews can be found even at the lowliest dives. So dress down, drink up, and enjoy.