Stoneman Brewery is the first beer-selling Consumer Supported Agriculture operation in the country
A sampling of some recent forays into indoor dining and drinking as omicron wanes and patio season waits in the wings
“For women who are interested in beginning or advancing their career in the beer industry.”
Some of these hidden spots include the ones below, with all having outdoor patios, which is more and more important as the Delta variant of the coronavirus continues to make indoor spaces less appealing for at least the time being.
Feet up and beer in hand, from Salem to South Boston
A 6.2% ABV number packing top notch Citra and Mosaic hops, this relatively new selection from the Connecticut-based Black Hog Brewing Co. is a certifiable standout and delicious social lubricant.
Former Everett machine shop retooled for craft beers and deli cuts
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You can get entrees as well, including fish and chips, a fisherman’s stew, and shepherd’s pie with lamb. The items tried over the course of a couple of visits were very impressive for a brewery, with the beef barley soup having loads of barley and almost being a meal on its own.
It’s as simple as it’s perfect, and as a result easy to drink in large quantities—not in the same sense that makes Silver Bullets preferable for pounding, but rather in a way that the precision-focused Citra hops and light complexion make for something that won’t interrupt your dinner should your friend show up late and you end up sipping a few Coneheads before mealtime.