Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery

OK Bad Martha Beer fans, I have some really good news for you. As you may know, Bad Martha has about 10 beers on tap all season at its Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery in Edgartown. Many of the beers offered, minus the staples, the 508 IPA, Martha’s Vineyard Ale, and the Summer Ale, the beer […]

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The next chapter of Farm Field Sea has been four years in the making on Martha’s Vineyard. Founder, Nevette Previd, has been busy creating and cultivating relationships with island farmers, land and sea, creating unique Martha’s Vineyard culinary adventures. For Nevette, the “face-to-face” connection is compromised in today’s world, and there’s even more of a disconnect […]

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Craft beer, a welcoming post and beam brewery in Edgartown, Island funny man, Johnny Showtime, and trivia. Put it all together and you’ve got the makings for a fun night out. Tuesdays in Edgartown are pretty exciting – between Dock Dances at the Memorial Wharf, and now trivia at Bad Martha, along with the great […]

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A second Summer season and a new brewer comes to Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery. As of July 1st, Jay Bergantim became the brewery’s brewmaster. With this new creator of fine craft beers, comes some old favorites, and some great new beers. Jay is no stranger to the Island or making beer. He had worked at Offshore […]

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Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery is getting ready to open the doors for its second season. Though a lot will remain the same, like good brews and a fabulous beer  garden, lots of new things are on tap. Small Bites I stopped by to meet brewer Jim Carleton and their newest addition, Sara Shaughnessy, who will […]

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Fall means new styles of beers from local breweries and of course big breweries too, but the local beer scene is pretty interesting this year. Bad Martha has 10 beers on tap, offering a great selection for people of all beer tastes. When I heard about Tim’s Beach Plum Ale, my interest was piqued. A […]

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History is being made in Edgartown this week. The doors will open at Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery — perhaps Edgartown’s first brewery. This new place is sure to delight beer enthusiasts from all over. And though there are currently only three varieties of Bad Martha’s beer available elsewhere, at the brewery, there will be up to 10. […]

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