Friday, October 28, 2016

Down the Road Beer Co. to Open Taproom in Everett

A contract brewery is taking over a facility just north of Boston, and the space will include a tasting room.

Boston Magazine is reporting that Down the Road Beer Co. is moving into a space in Everett, with the 12,000-square foot facility including room for brewing and canning, along with a dedicated taproom and retail area. Last year, the company brewed out of the Ipswich Ale Brewery facility and then moved to BrewMaster's Tavern in Williamsburg (a short distance west of Northampton in the foothills of the Berkshires), and while Down the Road will indeed be brewing out of its upcoming Everett space, it will continue to do contract brewing as well, moving only a part of its production to the new building.

If all goes as planned, Down the Road could be opening its tasting room in the spring of 2017, according to Boston Magazine.

The website for Down the Road Beer Co. can be found at

[March 10, 2017 update: Eater Boston mentions (via the Everettt Independent) that Down the Road hopes to open its taproom sometime in April and that it will have seating for 200.]

[October 20 update: A new article from Boston Magazine states that the Down the Road taproom debuts on Friday, November 3, and it will include a "full-blown pinball arcade" along with a couple of snack options, while the plans is for food trucks to be set up outside in their parking lot.]

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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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