Good news beer snobs! The Bone Up Brewing Company, based out of Everett, has started to brew its own beer.
While some people may ask whether or not Boston really needs another craft brewery, I would certainly retort that yes, it does. When has there ever been a time when someone complained about having too many delicious beer choices? I don’t really think it’s possible, and you can be sure that I’ll be there to taste the fruits of their labor when their taproom doors open! Read more below from Boston Restaurant Talk:
Bone Up Brewing Company has started brewing beer and is planning to have its brews available in restaurants and bars over the next week or two if the initial batches meet their “Quality Standards,” according to a blog post from the brewery. The post says that the taproom is not yet ready and that a public opening depends on how work progresses on the facility and when the building department might give its approval. The blog says that the first beers available will be Honey & Hops, which is an IPA, and Bone Smasher, which is a session IPA.
Bone Up Brewing Company is one of several breweries to open just north of Boston, with others including Night Shift Brewing and Down the Road Brewery in Everett, Mystic Brewery in Chelsea, and Idle Hands, which is in the process of moving from Everett to Malden.