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Somerville Brewing Company Now Has Licenses for Brewery and Taproom

All systems go for the makers of Slumbrew.

Rendering: Paul Lukez Architecture
Rendering: Paul Lukez Architecture
Paul Lukez Architecture

Somerville Brewing Company co-founder Caitlin Jewell divulges that she finally has all the necessary federal and state licenses to move forward with a brewery and taproom.

The outfit behind the popular Slumbrew line and future American Fresh Taproom in Assembly Row will unveil the new half million dollar digs, currently under construction, just outside of Somerville's Union Square in the Boynton Yards neighborhood. Slumbrew will still be produced at Mercury Brewing Company in Ipswich, but the taproom will allow for more one-off brews and provide the brick and mortar space for a restaurant.

On the food side, there will be "nothing that's good for you," Jewell said back in April. Expect local charcuterie, cheeses, Grillo's pickles, Taza chocolates and fanciful nods to the pride of Somerville, Fluff.

· Slumbrew [Official Site]
· Yes, Somerville is Getting Another Taproom [EBOS]

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