As some of you may have noticed by now, we recently launched our new desktop and mobile sites! The website will remain your source for up-to-date info for all things Jack’s Abby, such as available and upcoming beers, what’s pouring in the tasting room, events, and of course, our blog. We invite you to explore and…Details
Attention hop fanatics! We are re-releasing three of our most acclaimed hoppy lagers this month for your enjoyment! Calyptra was formerly part of the Hopstitution series, but it was so popular we made it a distinct beer. Calyptra is a sessionable Extra Pale Lager (or XPL) named for the two aroma hops we used- Citra…Details
Late winter is an exciting time for us here at Jack’s Abby, because it’s when we release two of our full bodied winter seasonals, which both medaled last year at the World Beer Cup! Competing against breweries from all over the world, Framinghammer, our Baltic Porter, took home a WBC Gold while Saxonator Dunkles Dopplebock…Details
We recently released the first Sour Barrel Project beer in our taproom for growler fills and draft pours. Our Sour Barrel Project series will be comprised of special barrel aged beers we have soured with the aid of wild yeast and specially cultivated bacterial strains. Brewer Matt Cohen is heading up the sour barrel project…Details
FRAMINGHAM, MA: Jack’s Abby Brewing today announces its partnership with Shangy’s to expand the brewery’s distribution to Eastern Pennsylvania. Currently distributed in its home state of Massachusetts, as well as Connecticut, upstate New York and parts of Vermont, the Shangy’s relationship furthers the brewery’s goal of becoming a top Northeastern regional brewery. Jack’s Abby will…Details
The Wall Street Journal profiled us along with two other craft breweries, talking about about the challenges we face and we have grown past them.
CNN selected Mass Rising as one of their Superbowl picks.
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…Details
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 or samples. We will be open with our normal hours and services on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 12-8pm. We will be closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving.
Tomorrow we are releasing Lager Ness Monster, a new 15% Imperial Baltic Porter. This beer started with the same recipe as our Framinghammer Baltic Porter, but with a twist. During the first stage of the brewing process we mix hot water with our malted grains in our Mash Tun to extract the sugars from the…Details