BYOB venues?

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    BYOB venues?

    Hi,

    I'm new to this board and have found the information here helpful. My fiance and I just started looking at venues and I'm a little overwhelmed trying to narrow it down. One thing I do like is places where you can bring your own alcohol - not just because of the cost, but because we would like to bring home-brewed beverages.

    We went to Topsfield Common and Glen Magna Farms this past weekend, but I was hoping others might be able to suggest additional venues that let you bring in your own alcohol.

    Other relevant information:
    -approximately 160 guests
    -prefer to have ceremony and reception at same place
    -prefer some outdoor space

    Any suggestions are much appreciated - thank you!

     
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    Re: BYOB venues?

    is there a particular area you want? North shore, south shore, metrowest?
     
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    Re: BYOB venues?

    Thanks for asking. At this point, no - I'm open to any of those areas because I know a venue like that is not as common as ones that provide the alcohol for you.

    In Response to Re: BYOB venues?:
    is there a particular area you want? North shore, south shore, metrowest?
    Posted by pinkkittie27


     
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    Re: BYOB venues?

    well, Arrowhead Acres in Uxbridge, MA allows BYOB. It's 30mins south of Worcester near the RI border. My mother had her second wedding there, and it was a really lovely place.

    and if you're having a spring, summer or early fall wedding, I know some state and municipal parks allow for weddings, and they're always BYOB.
     
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    Re: BYOB venues?

    Arlington Town Hall would work for you, as would Community Rowing. Maybe Springstep in Medford, though I don't know about the outdoor space.
     
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    Re: BYOB venues?

    Willowdale Estate in Topsfield is BYOB, is gorgeous, and has lots of outdoor space (it's actually in Bradley Palmer State Park).  That's where my wedding was and we loved it.  The BYOB option is wonderful - ends up being so much cheaper if you're interested in having open bar at all.
     
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