Two new local breweries are on the brink of opening their doors to welcome thirsty beer drinkers in Framingham and Everett.
Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company will officially open to the public at 3 p.m. on August 31. The brewery has spent the last several months overhauling the former Jack’s Abby facility at 81 Morton St. in Framingham to suit its own needs, installing canning lines and other brewing equipment, and of course, brewing beer.
Brewer and owner Matthew Steinberg is a veteran of Northeast beer, bringing to Exhibit ‘A’ years of experience at Harpoon, John Harvard's, Rapscallion, Off Shore Brewing Company, High Horse, and more. He has a lineup of beers ready to pour on the first day and at the brewery’s grand opening celebration on September 3 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Additionally, Bone Up Brewing Company, which started brewing beer in May, will open up its Everett taproom on August 27. "We’re happy to say that after years of planning, a summer of brewing, distributing, and waiting, and many a back-and-forth with the town, we are swingin’ our taproom doors open to the public!" co-founder Liz Kiraly wrote in a notice about the opening. Bone Up rolled out its first beers back in June.
The brewery at 38 Norman St. will accommodate 45 people, with a 12-seat bar, and the Bonetown Burgers truck will be on hand for the opening. Hours will be 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. at first, with an expected expansion, along with anticipated events, games, and more beer.
• Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company Heads to Framingham This Summer [EBOS]
• Barrel House Z Is Closer to Brewing; Exhibit 'A' Will Collaborate with Barrington Roasters [EBOS]
• Bone Up Brewing Has Unleashed Its Beers Into the World [EBOS]