Idle Hands Craft Ales Brewery Finds New Home in Malden
The first nanobrewery to open in the Boston area has landed a new space after being kicked out of its previous home a few months ago.
Boston.com is reporting that Idle Hands Craft Ales has signed a lease to operate in Malden, with the Commercial Street space being more than three times larger than their original facility on Charlton Street in Everett. The article says that the new space will include a full tasting room and it might also have a setup where food trucks can be stationed outside the facility. If all goes as planned, Idle Hands could be up and running in its new home by the spring of 2016, according to boston.com.
Idle Hands was forced to leave its space in Everett in June in order to make room for a construction access road for the Wynn casino project.
The address for the new Idle Hands facility is 89 Commercial Street, Malden, MA, 02148. Its website can be found at http://www.idlehandscraftales.com/
[June 30, 2016 update: According to a Twitter post from the place, Idle Hands Craft Ales opens its new brewery in Malden on Thursday, July 7.]
[July 5 update: A new tweet from the brewery indicates that Idle Hands will have a soft opening tomorrow (Wednesday, July 6).]
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