Jack's Abby Brewing is a family-owned craft brewery in Framingham, MA founded by three brothers, Jack, Eric, and Sam Hendler.
The company name, "Jack's Abby Brewing", is a nod to Jack's wife, Abby, and also to the traditions of the European monks who handcrafted beer in their abbeys.
We focus on quality ingredients, mindful labor, community involvement, and remarkable beer.
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We always have something fresh and exciting brewing.
Pints at the Brewery!
Come visit and try anything that's on tap! You can now order pints and flights, so be prepared to stay a while!
There could be up to 12 beers on tap, and there's always something special you won't find in stores. Don't miss out!
Tasting Room Hours
Wednesday - Saturday: 12pm – 8pm
More information on our tasting room can be found on our Tours & Tastings page.
We will be opening special holiday hours tomorrow, 11/25, from 12-8pm. Growlers and bottles will be available but we will not be pouring pints o...
Tomorrow we are releasing Lager Ness Monster, a new 15% Imperial Baltic Porter. This beer started with the same recipe as our Framinghammer Balt...
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Dec 17, 2014
FRAMINGHAM, MA: Today, Jack, Eric and Sam Hendler, co-founders and owners of Jack’s Abby Brewing, announced plans to build a significantly larger brewery at 100 Clinton Street in downtown Framingham. The expansion will allow the brewery to increase production capacity, warranted by a rise in demand for the beer in its home state, as well […]
Dec 1, 2014
This week we are releasing our “trIPL”, a 10% ABV Triple India Pale Lager. Growlers and samples will be available on Wednesday with bottles becoming available on Friday. This incredibly hoppy lager is made with Chinook, Columbus and Citra hops.
Dec 1, 2014
This week we are re-releasing our Red Tape Lager. We have made some changes to the recipe but what we’re most excited about is the change we made to the carbonation process. We employed a traditional method of carbonation where the fermentation vessel is sealed or “bunged” near the end of fermentation. This allows the CO2 […]
Dec 1, 2014
Red Tape, trIPL, Bride Maker, Saxonator, Framinghammer and Landbier to be released this winter. Click for more details.