Devil’s Purse Brewing – South Dennis, MA
120 Great Western Road, Unit 1
South Dennis, MA
Friends and avid home brewers Matt Belson and Mike Segerson started having occasional brewing sessions, which then became weekly get-togethers to brew beer, bottle, and keg, and just as importantly, to drink and talk about craft beer. From these late-night brew sessions came the idea for Devil’s Purse Brewing Company and the desire to open a craft brewery on Cape Cod.
They are dedicated to the pursuit of making exceptional handcrafted beers using only the finest ingredients.
Westfield River Brewing Co.
707 College Highway
Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers – Framingham, MA
100 Clinton Street
Founded in 2011 by three brothers, Jack, Eric, and Sam Hendler, Jack’s Abby has become a mainstay of the craft brewing scene in the Northeast and nationwide. The Hendler brothers grew up in a family that promoted entrepreneurship and hard work. Spending summers with their grandfather and working at the family’s ice distribution company, they learned the value of committed family members and loyal employees – the foundation of which Jack’s Abby is based. Jack’s Abby creates authentic German-style flavors with traditional ingredients and techniques. The brewing team travels to Germany each year to procure German hops and malt from small family operations in Bavaria. Jack’s Abby is loyal to lager, brewing the finest craft lagers using the highest quality ingredients.
Widowmaker Brewing – Braintree, MA
200 Wood Road
Founders of Widowmaker Brewing, Ryan Lavery and Colin Foley, are longtime homebrewers who turned professional. They chose the name Widowmaker for the long hours spent honing recipes in their basements, at the expense of family time. Each of them have been making little tweaks to around a dozen recipes for beers, ranging from a hoppy session blond to coffee stout. Widowmaker Brewing is a partnership of longtime friends and beer enthusiasts. “Our goal is simple: make great beer to share with those wish to share it with us.”
Mighty Squirrel – Waltham, MA
411 Waverley Oaks Road (coming soon)
We brew our beers with the highest quality malted barley, which is the primary source of the beer’s color and contributes significantly to its flavor and mouthfeel. Cofounders Henry Manice and Naveen Pawar launched the company back in 2015 with a distinct specialty: protein-packed beers that appealed to active consumers. As time has gone on and Mighty Squirrel has evolved, they have moved away from protein beers in favor of more traditional styles, including wheat ales and IPAs. “Bundled in each serving of Mighty Squirrel beer, you will find a few of our favorite things: friendship, sports, entrepreneurship, innovation, and fun.”
Lord Hobo – Woburn, MA
5 Draper Street
With beer on a pedestal and adventure up our sleeve, we set out to craft style-defining New England beers that highlight paramount traits of quality ingredients. Beer has a unique ability to bring all kinds of people to together, from the Lords that only enjoy the finer things in life, to the Hobos that work hard to earn their small pleasures, great beer is an accessible luxury. Proudly brewed in Massachusetts, we’re bringing the New England beer experience to thirsty fans everywhere. We relish in connection and find sanctuary in the beers that unite us.
Night Shift Brewing – Everett, MA
87 Santilli Hwy
Night Shift Brewing was founded in 2012 by a trio of friends with a shared passion for homebrewing. Through culinary inspiration and determined innovation, we aim to create memorable craft beers that offer a wide array of unique, complex flavors. They began homebrewing in a Somerville, MA kitchen in 2007, starting with a 5-gallon “boil kettle”, a Gatorade cooler “mash tun,” and some basic starter recipes. Over time, we refined our process, enhanced our recipes, upgraded our equipment, and were soon homebrewing well past midnight 2-3 times per week. We called ourselves “Night Shift Brewing” – desk workers by day, homebrewers by night.
Cambridge Brewing Company – Cambridge, MA
1 Kendall Square, Building 100
Cambridge Brewing Company has a long history of brewing handcrafted beers of many origins and influences. While we can’t be all things to all people, we do enjoy the challenge of producing a very broad spectrum of beers which we hope will appeal to the vast majority of beer drinkers. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of brewing and have created new expressions in beer by incorporating the influences of many fermentation traditions. We serve honest, American Craft Beer, made by us. With great flavor, of high quality, in a wide array of style and which our customers will love.
Bantam Cider – Somerville, MA
40 Merriam Street
Bantam Cider was born from a proud, family tradition of winemaking and a desire to be part of a creative process rooted in the local community. We don’t believe
Cider must fit neatly into one standard style. Instead, we want to push the creative process and elevate cider as the versatile, complex, and interesting choice it deserves to be. We are committed to making creative and distinctive crafted cider using fresh pressed apples and high-quality, all-natural ingredients.
Down the Road Brewing Company – Everett, MA
199 Ashland Street
In days long past, both brewers and bards were largely illiterate, so recipes and stories were rarely committed to paper. Instead, they were handed down from master to apprentice, generation to generation, and with each telling and retelling, the new blood would alter things slightly – adding a new ingredient here or there to the brew or the tale. Down The Road Beer Co. draws inspiration from the grand narrative of both brewing and storytelling. Our beers are rooted in tradition, yet inspired by change. We know your tastes are always evolving, and so are ours. Our beers are familiar, yet they’re peppered with the unique, exciting and curious, so there’s always something new to experience “Down The Road.”
Idle Hands – Malden, MA
89 Commercial Street
Founder, Christopher Tkach, found a good use of his “idle hands” as soon as he turned 21 and received his first beer-making kit as a present from his uncle. From that day forward, he became not only a fan of beer, but a student of the craft of beer making. He founded Idle Hands Craft Ales in 2011 with a local focus and penchant for brewing a wide array of styles from classic German style lagers and Belgian inspired ales to more popular New England IPAs. When they brew a beer, they brew it with uncompromising integrity and with a desire to make the best example of that style possible.