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Encore ‘Clambake to Go’ Set for July 26

The New England Chowdafest announced it will be holding another “Clambake to Go” effort on Sunday, July 26.

“We are beyond surprised on how well our Taste of Summer effort went,” said Jim Keenan from Chowdafest, referring to the June 21 inaugural event.

Each clambake includes a meaty and banded 1.5-pound lobster, clams, mussels, sausage, potatoes and corn on the cob plus it comes all in one pot that the customer gets to keep.

Cooking is easy and quick as you just add either water, beer or wine to each pot which takes between just 20 and 40 minutes to steam depending on how many clambakes you order.

“Clambakes To Go” can only be picked up at The Westport Hub on Sunday, July 26 during available pick-up times chosen by the customer.

Dinners are $42 each and only available online at http://www.ClambakeToGo.com up until the cut off date of Thursday, July 23.

Customers are recommended to bring a cooler if they have one, to help keep their clambakes cool until they cook them later in the day. They are also reminded to bring their ticket so they can be quickly scanned and their order brought to their car.

While, supplies last, this effort includes two Summer Ales with each meal, compliments of both Sam Adams and The Blind Rhino Restaurant in Black Rock. This way you can either cook with them or toast someone with them.

The folks at Polar Beverages are anxious to provide everyone with a new slim can of one of their summertime flavored seltzers as well.

Adding another sweet benefit to ordering early is Cabot’s Creamery will again, provide their butter for your lobster, clams, mussels, potatoes and corn of the cob that comes in the clambake. You will also receive your lobster bibs, wet naps and “Shuckneer” lobster tool.

For additional information about this “Taste of Summer 2” effort by Chowdafest please visit http://www.ClamBakeToGo.com or visit http://www.Chowdafest.org.

The Taste of Summer brought to you by Chowdafest and is sponsored by Cabot Creamery, CCO Habitats, Copp’s Island Oysters, Polar Beverages, Sam Adams, The Blind Rhino and The Westport Hub.

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