Night Shift Brewing Resurrects Old Beers, Announces Brewery Tours And More!

Night Shift Brewing LogoTo coincide with Night Shift Brewing’s new tap room and brewery, the much saught after Trifecta is back! This is their smooth and crisp offering with a trio of distinct Trappist yeasts (hence the name) – one earthy, one fruity, and one spicy – combine to produce the unique personality of this Belgian-style pale ale. Smooth tasting and not too malty on the palate, and a few vanilla beans provide a crisp, smooth profile, while the trio of yeast strains ferment the beer into an elegant harmony of flavors. This is a true Belgian-style Pale Ale.

Also in the program is the return of one of their staples, Viva Habanera, which is back in time for the summer BBQ season – available for growler fills starting today! Viva Habanera is a unique rye ale which features some habanero peppers as well as a bit of agave nectar to lighten things up a bit.

With the new tap room, tours are now available starting Friday, June 6th once every odd hour on Fridays (3pm, 5pm, 7pm) and Saturdays (1pm, 3pm, 5pm.) With the new space, comes 2500+ square feet of Night Shift goodness and even plenty of parking! Perhaps the best news is that during open hours, visitors can now order flights, 4 oz. pours, and 11 oz. pours of any beer on tap. Come to the source on weeknights 3-9pm or Saturdays 12-6pm to try some fresh, local, craft beer from the brewery itself! To top things off the acclaimed Dining Car food truck will be on-site on Fridays, in June, from 5-9pm.

Last but not least, they’ve also announced that they will be tapping one of their newest creations, a beer which premiered at last week’s American Craft Beer Festival. The beer is known as “Stop, Collaborate, and Glisten” and is a beer which was brewed in collaboration with NoDa Brewing from North Carolina. This “sparkling golden ale fermented in wine barrels with Sauvignon Blanc grape must and a blend of wild yeast strains” is going to premiere at the brewery next Thursday at 3PM, on draft, and with bottles being released at 5PM with a limit of two per customer and a price of $20/bottle.

The new brewery is located at 87 Santilli Highway in Everett.

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