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Get married at the Sam Adams Brewery, drink limited-release Brewlywed ale

Posted by Kara Baskin  June 25, 2013 08:00 AM

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Attention, romantics who also happen to love beer: Sam Adams sells their limited-edition Brewlywed Ale tomorrow for one day only, complete with on-site wedding ceremonies (yes, wedding ceremonies) at their brewery in Jamaica Plain. Several couples will be married on site, and affable founder Jim Koch will serve as best man. Of course, you don't need to make a major life decision just to enjoy the Belgian ale, which is tropical, floral, sweet, and spicy. Anyone can buy it, so long as you show up early enough.

7 a.m.: People who really, really enjoy limited-edition beer should arrive promptly. The first 50 customers can get a bottle of Brewlywed signed by Koch himself. And the first 20 people in bridal attire (we're not sure how this is defined, so use your imagination) move to the front of the line.

9 a.m. Snack on beer-infused wedding fare, get advice from reps at wedding site, browse vendors, enjoy live music, and if you've had enough beer ... get hitched! A justice of the peace is on hand until 1 p.m. There's even a digital wedding photo booth so you can send photos to your possibly mortified, possibly relieved parents back home.

1 p.m. Last call. Doors close. Hey, you're (maybe) married!

1 a.m. If you're lucky, you still remember the name of your new spouse. And you have plenty of delicious beer in the fridge.

The brewery is at 30 Germania St., Jamaica Plain. Cheers!

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