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“I said I love porters, but don’t know about double chocolate,” Drescher says. “But I said if [Narragansett’s] brewer thinks it’s a home run to go with it.”
“I wanted to make it 9 percent and bars were like, “9 percent beer? I don’t know dude…’”
Oktoberfest-y beers to look forward to at Oktoberfest Boston September 18 and 19. And there will be brats. Oh yes, there will be brats.
For a while it appeared that the residential area was about to be infected with yet another Starbucks franchise … until the landlords decided to give first-time brewpub owners Bert Holdredge and Jeff Rowe a shot at their dream.
“The more good restaurants and talented chefs in Boston … it raises the bar for everyone. And the people that can’t hang will fall off.”
It’s all looking good for post-Labor Day.
“There’s a lot of ‘extreme beers’ out there, and that’s not what I’m going for. What I want to achieve is good beer that’s got a bit more of a universal appeal”
“We get the most surprise from brewers, they’re the most surprised with what we’ve done.”