A forthcoming brewpub dedicated to matching flavors in its beer and its bread has finalized plans to open in Brighton. Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen has signed a 10-year lease for a space at 190 North Beacon St., and its founders, Alex Corona and Jonathan Gilman, will aim to open the space sometime in 2018, according to Boston Magazine.
The future home for Brato will have plenty of seating inside, with an open kitchen and a seasonal patio. The food and beer menus will be complementary, emphasizing the connection between the two. Expect to see sausages, pickles, house-made bread, and grilled cheeses alongside Brato’s beers.
As Corona and Gilman finalize the plans and start the buildout process for the brewpub, they will continue developing Brato through catering and appearances at breweries in the area, taking their prior pop-up experience a step further.
Corona and Gilman are both veterans of Cambridge Brewing Company. Gilman left his job there as sous chef in November, and Corona will soon vacate the position of head brewer as the pair focuses on building Brato. Look out for their next pop-up, happening on January 5 at Dorchester Brewing Company.
• Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen Plans to Open in Brighton Next Year [BM]
• Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen Coverage on Eater [EBOS]