Guests take part in a meditation session at Canned Heat Craft Beer on Ferry Street in Fall River on Sunday, Feb. 25.

Canned Heat Craft Beer holds meditation session; unique events on tap

FALL RIVER — For an hour, guests sat criss-cross-applesauce in a ring of blankets on the floor, silent, listening to soothing sounds and their own breathing. 

Canned Heat Craft Beer on Ferry Street took the idea of chilling out at the local bar to another level on Sunday with an event that led guests through guided meditation set to a gong and the hum of singing bowls. Afterward, they enjoyed some light nibbles and partook in some of Canned Heat’s signature brews

“They paid to literally come here and almost fall asleep,” said owner Karl Pelletier. “It was very cool.” 

Guests take part in a meditation session at Canned Heat Craft Beer on Ferry Street in Fall River on Sunday, Feb. 25.

It’s not your typical day at the bar, but Pelletier and the team at Canned Heat have been expanding what the idea of a bar can be. The brewery on Fall River’s waterfront has been holding unique events that attract a different kind of crowd. 

“In the city right now, we really don’t have bars that are not just ‘bars,’” Pelletier said. “The space here is beautiful. We’re lucky we have such an open space capable of doing so many things. We’re right near downtown Fall River and it makes sense.” 

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The taproom is busy after a guided meditation event at Canned Heat Craft Beer on Ferry Street in Fall River on Sunday, Feb. 25.

From pasta-making to caricatures to Bonsai trees, unique events at Canned Heat 

Canned Heat has been brewing its small-batch beer in Fall River since 2018. For about the last year, Canned Heat has been driving business to the city’s waterfront with special events at its taproom that cater to a modern clientele that wants more out of a bar than a pool table and a dartboard.  


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