Official as of just a few minutes ago, Woburn-based Lord Hobo Brewing will have their grand opening to the public at noon, tomorrow, after having finally passed their inspection.
Lord Hobo Brewing Company is owned and operated by Daniel Lanighan, who also operates the highly acclaimed, Cambridge craft beer spot Lord Hobo. They recently made their big debut at the American Craft Beer Festival three weeks ago, receiving a lot of mixed reviews from the public.
The big opening’s announcement came on Facebook as head brewer, Vince Tursi, a former Night Shift brewer, posted a status update informing his friends, which stated:
“LORD HOBO BREWING COMPANY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS! WE FINALLY DID IT!
Well, tomorrow is our first day open to the public. Doors are at noon. Two beers in cans/growlers, no Boom Sauce until 7/1. Staff party tonight, baby!
Thank you to all my friends, family, and everyone in the industry for standing by me and putting up with my insanity and all the bullshit while we got to this point. The fight’s not nearly over yet, but the seemingly unlimited amount of support has been crucial to getting us through this. I certainly wouldn’t have made it this far if it weren’t for all the positivity and encouragement. Words truly cannot express the love and appreciation I’ve got for you all. These beers are very tasty and I’m pretty proud to finally release my babies into the world.
Now come get drunk with me. Do it.”
Two beers will be available for both growler fills and in cans, and those are ‘Steal This Can’ and ‘Ball & Biscuit’. Their hours for this weekend are 12PM to 10PM tomorrow and 12PM to 6PM on Sunday.
The brewery is located at 5 Draper Street, Woburn, MA.