A converted and renovated storage building in Somerville’s Union Square will soon open as Bow Market, and it will be chock full of retailers, vendors, and a brand new brewery. Remnant Brewing will take up a large chunk of space within the complex, with nearly 3,000 square feet inside and a 1,000-square-foot outdoor space, according to the Boston Globe.
Owner David Kushner is an alum of John Harvard’s Brewing, and he’s partnered with co-founder Joel Prickett (Lord Hobo) and head brewer Charlie Cummings, previously of Chelsea’s Mystic Brewing. Kushner told the Globe that one of his goals for Remnant Brewing is to make the brewing process accessible to customers. Part of the plan for making that happen is to take up the same dual-concept approach used by a handful of other breweries in the area: offering all-day coffee service.
As for the beer, expect to see everything from saisons and IPAs to sessions, sours, and stouts. The rest of Bow Market will have additional food vendors, artists, retailers, and more.
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