Beer and steamers? Um, yes please. From noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sam Adams Brewery in Jamaica Plain is hosting a mollusk celebration of sorts — a Shellfish Shindig, if you will. The locals who farm shellfish will be on hand to talk about sustainable aquaculture traditions and author Rowan Jacobsen will sign and discuss his book, "A Geography of Oysters."
Certainly feel free to wash that knowledge down with some beer and a bucket of the shelled stuff. Tickets are $10 (includes two beer tastings) or $25 (includes six beer tastings).
[She sells seashells by the seashore. But first, the aspiring gourmet makes steamed clams in a white wine-herb sauce.]
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