Everett-based Down the Road Brewing will finally be opening up their brand new taproom this upcoming Friday after months of work. This is years in the making and a lot of their beers have been available in and around Boston for a quite a while now, including their flagship pale ale known as ‘Pukwudgie‘ which has been around since March of 2015.
The 12,000 square foot place will have a sizable, 2,500 square foot taproom with an equally sizable brewhouse of 30-bbl which leaves them with additional room to expand into. And much like their neighbors from Bone Up and Night Shift, they will also have plenty of snacks available as well as a robust list of food trucks that will be coming and going.
No crowlers or growlers will be available but they will have 4-packs of cans available. Their tap list for their grand opening features the following beers:
Golden City New England IPA
Spring Heel Jack London Porter
Seventh Star IPA
Dreamtime New England IPA
Peach Feyborn Berliner Weisse
Wolfgeist Dunkel Lager
Hooligan Nut Brown Ale
The brewery’s grand opening will be happening Friday at 5:30PM and both Penny Packers and Roadies Diner will be the food trucks for the event. You can find out more about the event on their Facebook event page by clicking here.
After the opening shenanigans are over, their regular hours will be Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am to 11 pm and Sunday 11 am to 6 pm. They will be closed on Mondays.
Down the Road Brewing is located at 199 Ashland St, Everett, MA 02149.
Some exciting news coming out of Scituate as Untold Brewing announced that they’ll be making their grand debut to the public later this week. That’s right folks, starting at 11AM on Friday, their taproom will be open and beers will be available on site and to-go via crowlers and growlers. There’s also plans in place to eventually offer smaller cans of their beers to the public using Iron Heart Canning‘s help.
The 15-barrel brewhouse will not offer any food but will have bar snacks available as well as food trucks on site and the new building will have a capacity of approximately of about a hundred with more available via the patio during the warmer months.
Below is a preview of the space courtesy of pictures shared by the brewery directly to us:
Seven beers will be available at open this week, and they are as follows:
East By Northwest – IPA / 7.0%
Eleventh Hour – IPA / 6.5%
Stayin’ Alive – IPA / 6.9%
Voorhees – Stout / 5.8%
Abigail – Blonde Ale / 5.1%
Rebecca – Brown Ale / 5.9%
The Carpenter – Pale Ale / 5.5%
We’ve been informed that they’ll have a total twelve taps that they’ll eventually fill, half being from both a year-round and seasonal rotation which will include stouts, IPAs, and the six lines will be reserved for barrel-aged beers and experimental batches.
Following the opening this week, their regular hours will be:
Untold Brewing is located at 6 Old Country Way, Scituate, MA 02066.
Backlash Beer Co., which has been around since 2013 and more recently has been contract-brewing out of Dorchester Brewing Company has now opened up a retail space where their beers will be going on sale. This comes nearly a year after their GoFundMe campaign got crowdfunded online and appears to be the beginning of what will eventually become a fully built out brewery with a taproom.
The brewery had not always been in the Boston area and had previously been brewing out in Holyoke but they’re now here to stay at their location over at 152 Hampden Street in Boston. And while the retail space is relatively limited right now they will be open today from 12 to 6PM selling cans of Hostile Takeover and Central Square, the third IPA in their Stomping Ground series.
No word yet on if these retail hours will happen past this weekend as they’re presently building out the brewery. Tanks are scheduled to arrive shortly before Thanksgiving and but we’ll keep you posted should they happen. Either way, these guys should be up and running in early 2018 in their new Roxbury home.
Backlash Beer Company’s retail space is located at 152 Hampden St, Roxbury, MA 02119.
The town of Norwood, home to Castle Island Brewing, now welcomes a new brewery as Percival Brewing Company opens up to the public, for the very first time, later today at 4PM.
The brewery which was founded in Dorchester in 2011, had previously contract brewed locally before finding a home on Morse Street in Norwood. Their flagship amber ale known as ‘Dot Ale 1630’ has previously been floating around in the Boston area for a few years and they will be now working on introducing a variety of different beers to the public.
And while this is very much a soft launch, with limited hours this week, many more good things are to be expected in the next few weeks and months from these guys. When they open later their taproom later today, they’ll have four different beers available to the public:
Dot Ale – Dorchester’s Brew – 4.7% ABV – Pale Ale
Hazy Shade of Winter – 6% ABV NE IPA
Bobby Ferguson – 5% ABV – Oatmeal Stout
Agent Orange IPA – 7% ABV – IPA
Their hours this week are as follows: Thursday and Friday 4PM to 10PM. Saturday 2PM to 10PM and Sunday 2PM to 8PM.
We’ve repeatedly reached out to the brewery to get additional information and will update once we have more available to share.
Percival Brewing Company is located at 83 Morse St, Norwood, MA 02062.