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The Jack’s Abby Train Is Pulling Into North Station

The brewery will replace the current bar with a new taproom

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Beer-loving north and westbound commuters, rejoice: Framingham-based Jack’s Abby is coming to Boston proper with plans to transform the train bar at North Station into a taproom, per an announcement from the brewery today. Track Zero Taproom, as it will be called, will offer thirsty travelers and sports fans 10 tap lines of Jack’s Abby and Springdale beers. (Springdale is a Jack’s Abby’s offshoot with a particular focus on barrel-aged beers and experimental brews.)

According to today’s announcement, the transformation will be a gradual one, and it will come to fruition this winter.

“Our beer lines are already in place, and folks will start to see changes gradually over the next several weeks,” a Jack’s Abby representative told Eater via email.

Jack’s Abby is working in conjunction with TD Garden and is waiting on approvals from the MBTA.

Jack’s Abby has a lot of experience in the taproom realm: The brewery already operates a popular beer hall and kitchen at its Framingham property, as well as the newer Springdale Barrel Room in an adjoining space.

Expect a diverse tap list at Track Zero Taproom, and keep an eye out for the gradual changes leading up to an official opening date this winter.

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