Thursday, March 24, 2016

Exhibit A Brewing Company to Open in Jack's Abby's Old Brewery in Framingham

A new brewery is coming to the region, and it will be moving into the facility where another brewery had been until moving to a bigger space nearby.

Boston Magazine is reporting that Exhibit A Brewing Company is planning to open in Framingham this summer, taking over the old Jack's Abby space on Morton Street. (Jack's Abby has since moved to the Dennison Building on Clinton Street.) An article from Eater Boston says that Matthew Steinberg, who is behind the upcoming brewery, has worked at such places as Harpoon, High Horse, John Harvard's, Off Shore Brewing Company, and Rapscallion, leaving the High Horse (which is in Amherst) in September to start working on Exhibit A.

It looks like the new brewery will include a taproom along with a retail area, and the hope is that its beers will also be available on draft at restaurants and bars in Massachusetts that come from a "focused list" put together by Steinberg. A few beers that could be coming from Exhibit A include a few pale ales along with a porter and "a project of various coffee beers."

The address for this upcoming brewery in Framingham is: Exhibit A Brewing Company, 81 Morton Street, Framingham, MA, 01702. Its  Facebook page can be found at

[May 26 update: Eater Boston mentions (via The Boston Globe) that Exhibit A Brewing Company hopes to begin brewing beer by mid-June and officially opening its doors in August.]

[June 24 update: A new post from Eater Boston states that Exhibit A has gotten its brewing license and is hoping to begin test batches of beer next week if all goes as planned.]

[August 18 update: Eater Boston states that Exhibit A Brewing Company opens to the public on August 31, with a grand opening celebration taking place September 3.]

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[Related article from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): Slideshow--Ten Good Places to Get Beer in the Boston Area]

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