Spend a night at the museum with Lord Hobo’s new beer

The makers of "Boom Sauce" have named the limited release "after the places in which the most valuable and beautiful pieces of art in the world are displayed."

Cans of Lord Hobo Brewing Company's "Museum." –Courtesy of Lord Hobo Brewing Co.

With a name like “Museum,” it seems the most appropriate place to sip Woburn-based Lord Hobo Brewing Company’s new creation would be among works of art. This week, you can.

The Museum of Fine Art’s Shapiro Family Courtyard will transform into a beer garden of sorts on Wednesday evening, with “Museum” on tap alongside art and a playlist curated for the event.

The IPA “showcases a massive amount of juicy hops, brewed with a hearty malt bill,” according to the brewing company.  It’s triple dry-hopped, flaunting “monumental tropical hop aromas and flavors.”

“Museum” popped up in Lord Hobo’s taproom at the end of last month, and became temporarily available to the public on March 4.


Since MFA admission is free on Wednesdays after 4 p.m., entrance to the event has no cost. Beer can be purchased by guests who are at least 21 years of age and can provide valid identification.

Night at the “Museum with Lord Hobo; Wednesday, March 20 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; free admission, beer available for purchase; all ages, must be 21+ to drink