Hello Friends, In November we made the choice to convert back to takeout and curbside service for our food and beer service. This was a tough call, but we felt it was the safest option for our staff and guests. We’ll be offering exceptional takeout service until further notice while we work on some AMAZING…Details
Ellie McDonald, Beer Hall extraordinaire and breast cancer survivor, recently launched Tend to You, a non-profit that creates care packages for cancer patients. To help support Tend To You, drink Red Tape! $2 from each 6-pack of Red Tape sold from the brewery will be donated to Ellie’s charity. Read more from Ellie about Tend To…Details
For the third year in a row, we are excited to partner with Framingham-based WhyNotDevin Foundation to End DIPG for the 2020 holiday season. A portion of the proceeds of all House Lager sold throughout the months of November and December will be donated to the organization. We feel that it is as important…Details
Our Guest Blog series shouts out local businesses that reflect our values and devotion to the craft. This month, we spoke with Tipping Cow, a gourmet, small-batch ice cream shop in Somerville. A favorite of our team, Tipping Cow is a small-batch ice cream store in Somerville, focused on serving up gourmet, nut-free scoops.…Details
Our Guest Blog series shouts out local partners that reflect our values and devotion to the craft. This month, we spoke with TapRM, an online beer service based in New York.
We are thrilled to unveil our new Beer Garden! We have transformed our parking lot along Grant Street into a new outdoor space, just in time for summer. Our first day of service will be Wednesday, 6/17, and we couldn’t be more excited to have you in.
Co-founder Jack Hendler discusses decoction, a traditional brewing technique, and how our team is using it to craft our lagers.
For over 100 years, New England, and more specifically the Boston area, were epicenters of manufacturing. Factories hummed turning out cars, shoes, textiles and furniture. This connection to our manufacturing past and future inspired us to release a new year-round beer, Shipping Out of Boston.
It’s been a long day and you’re ready for a lager. You reach into the fridge, grab the closest can, and crack the tab. Ahh, bliss. Yet a lot of work went into getting that refreshing beer from the brewery into your hand.
Community is everything to us. In 2019, we worked especially hard to give back and support our neighborhood. We formed partnerships with local non-profits, hosted fundraisers almost weekly, and supported through regular financial and in-kind donations.
This no longer applies as regulations surrounding COVID-19 have evolved. Please see more recent posts for more up-to-date information. Dear Friend of Jack’s Abby, We wanted to write to you today to let you know that we are taking the situation with COVID-19 extremely seriously. The safety and health of our staff and our guests…Details
A lot has changed in craft beer since we launched Hoponius Union nine years ago. The market is not only becoming more saturated with options, but saturated with hops. Tastes are changing, hoppy beer is getting hazier, and more and more breweries are popping up to join the club.