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Private Events

Looking for an event venue in the greater Boston area? Located in the quaint Millyard District of Amesbury, MA, BareWolf Brewing's taproom is the perfect place for you to celebrate!

Our taproom offers several event spaces throughout our spacious brewery to help you celebrate your special occasion. Whether you'd prefer the unique backdrop of our brewhouse or a more secluded area for you and your guests, we would love to host you. 


We've hosted a number of different events in our taproom from birthday celebrations, wedding & baby showers, corporate events, family gatherings, fundraisers – you name it! Our professional staff is here to help you in creating a magical day (or night) every step of the way.


Up to 50 guests

  • Two pricing options: up to 25 guests or up to 50 guests

  • Tables in our taproom reserved for your group

  • Set-up assistance for your event!


Up to 90 guests

  • Your very own private space!

  • Set-up assistance for your event

  • Option for a private beertender(an additional fee applies)

  • Private music options available


To get more info about our event packages, catering, and pricing, please fill out our event request form and we will be in touch shortly! Cheers!


Resident ArtistS

Jenn Houle & Stevie Bareford


Works from the Archive


Enjoy this selection of art from Jenn & Stevie's archives with works by both artists from 2005-present.


Stevie Bareford is a co-owner and brewer at BareWolf Brewing. He and Jenn are married and met at Massachusetts College of Art where he murdered a degree BFA in Illustration and she a BFA in Painting. Although Stevie abandoned a formal art career for a lifetime of beer making and drinking, he still creates all of the artwork for the brewery - the logo, the can labels, and t-shirt designs with help from his wife.

Jenn Houle is a visual artist and teaches at Fitchburg State University and Montserrat College of Art. She has held artist residencies in Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Vermont Studio Center, and the Plumbing Museum. Houle is a grant recipient from the Puffin Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Cornell Council for the Arts, Einaudi Foundation, and John Hartell Graduate Award for Art and Architecture. Select exhibits include ‘Meteors are space eggs’ (a solo show at UMASS Amherst), ‘Searching for Life’ at Mass Audubon's Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, and ‘Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co+Exist’ at RISD.