If you’re looking for one of us Dig writers, you should first check in the hammock that the fabulous folks out at Jack’s Abby in Framingham sent us.
With warmer days approaching, patio season has arrived and not a moment too soon (and in a bit of a twist, local beermakers are leading the charge in some ways)
Light and sweet and hoppy, we're loving this latest incarnation of a beer that's been in the making for months.
Light beers are acceptable, but in pandemic times it’s mostly nice to get knocked on your arse.
"Sipping this stuff reminds me of everything that’s holy and that I adore and pray for."
Lagers for mature palates
“I noticed a guy cleaning the surfaces, I assume they do it every time someone leaves. I don’t feel unsafe … they all seem to be doing the right thing.”
And it hasn’t affected their suds output at all. “No, this is in addition to our beer production,” the media release noted. “Anheuser-Busch has the materials and the capabilities to produce hand sanitizer in our breweries.”
Tap rooms have been shut down, while businesses have had to adapt to a lack of foot traffic and extended stays. Many have embraced curbside pick-up and delivery, but that’s only produced a fraction of what many local operations need to continue.
While the Wayside Inn has the feel of a special-occasion place, the Warren Tavern is a completely different animal, instead being a rather small watering hole located in one of the most congested neighborhoods in Boston, though also one of its most beautiful.