Monday, August 29, 2016

Lord Hobo Brewing Company in Woburn to Open Beer Hall

It looks like a brewery north of Boston will be opening a beer hall within its space.

According to a Facebook post from the business, Lord Hobo Brewing Company has received approval for a pouring license for its facility in Woburn, and that it hopes to officially have the license at some point later this year. The note says that the brewery will look to shut down the retail space for a few months and build out a 200-seat beer hall that would have a full bar and a kitchen, including offerings beyond their core beers along with to-go growler fills.

The person behind Lord Hobo Brewing Company is Daniel Lanigan, who runs Lord Hobo beer bar near Kendall Square and Inman Square in Cambridge.

The address for Lord Hobo Brewing Company is 5 Draper Street, Woburn, MA, 01801. Its website can be found at

[November 8, 2018 update: Eater Boston mentions that the long-awaited beer hall at Lord Hobo in Woburn is expected to open "any day now." (The post also mentions that there will be room for 150 and 19 beers on tap.)]

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