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Origin Beer Lab

Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary Grand Opening




You can’t have a celebration on Groundhog Day and not acknowledge the classic movie “Groundhog Day“. That’s exactly what the folks at Origin Beer Lab (the mad scientists of Center of the Universe) are doing to celebrate a year of making ultra-creative beers in downtown Ashland.

Instead of calling it an anniversary they’re celebrating the brand new opening of the brewery. Head up to Ashland and see what’s going on, and on, and on, and on.

Full details on Facebook:

This Groundhog Day, Origin Beer Lab asks you to shut off your alarm, step out of bed, and take yourself back to 2017. It’s Origin Beer Lab’s One Year Anniversary Grand Opening!

In celebration of the momentous occasion, Origin will be premiering the much anticipated Lab Rats Mug Club, with beer specials available all day/night long. There will be live music from 6pm-9pm featuring Felix and Jim, and four new beers to try:

  • Punxsutawney Porter
  • Ned’s New England IPA
  • Larry’s Left Coast IPA
  • Philling Just Peachy (Belgian Peach Blonde Ale)

“It has been an exciting year at Origin. The ability to use a production quality pilot system has proved to be an enormous asset to Center of the Universe. Origin has also helped open doors to collaborations with numerous retailers and institutions across the state. We love being in the heart of Ashland and participating in the continual improvement of this great town!” – Chris Ray, Co-founder, Center of the Universe Brewing/Origin Beer Lab

“It has been fun experimenting with new recipes and techniques and we are grateful for the residents of Ashland for their support.” – Phil Ray, Co-founder, Center of the Universe Brewing/Origin Beer Lab

Come find out if your beer has a shadow or if the garage doors can be flung open now, or in seven more weeks. There are a lot of fabulous reasons to kick back a couple of cold ones at Origin Beer Lab this weekend.

Friday, February 2nd 4pm-10pm

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