Thursday, March 12, 2015

Craft Beer Cellar Plans to Open in Former Substation in Roslindale

An expanding local group of specialty beer stores is looking to open a new location, and this one would be in an historic structure within a Boston neighborhood.

Universal Hub is reporting (via Roslindale Village Main Street) that Bryan Reeves and Marty Alvares-Reeves are hoping to open a franchise of Craft Beer Cellar in a former substation in Roslindale Village that is being redeveloped into a mixed-used complex. If the proposal is approved and plans go as scheduled, the new location of the beer shop could be opening next winter (a beer and wine license needs to be approved by the city before the green light is given, according to UH).

Boston-area locations of Craft Beer Cellar can currently be found in Belmont, Braintree, Newton, and Winchester; a number of other outlets are also in operation elsewhere in New England, along with shops in New York, Florida, and Missouri. (The CBC website is at

[Earlier Article]
Restaurant, Cafe, Produce Market Planned for Former Roslindale Substation

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