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.
Oct 1, 2014 9:08 pm
Oct 1, 2014 6:25 pm
Oct 1, 2014 1:51 pm
Sep 30, 2014 10:50 am
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.
Named in honor of four weddings involving brewery staff, this is our 2nd take on a barrel aged lager wine. This 13% abv beer was brewed last win...
This Saturday we are having our hop picking event at the brewery from 10am-2pm. We need help picking all hops that we grow at the brewery, our parent’...
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Oct 1, 2014
Named in honor of four weddings involving brewery staff, this is our 2nd take on a barrel aged lager wine. This 13% abv beer was brewed last winter and has been aged in bourbon barrels. While Bride Maker is the same style of beer as Baby Maker, the recipe was reworked. The main difference is […]
Sep 30, 2014
Come by the brewery tomorrow for the release of our Mom And Pop’s Pumpkin Crop Lager. This beer uses pumpkin and squash grown at Volante Farms in Needham, as well as a traditional fall spice blend. Pumpkin Crop Lager will be available in growlers and on tap for pints and samples.
Sep 18, 2014
This is the second year that we have teamed up with Volante Farms in Needham to prepare the pumpkins and squash for our Pumpkin Crop Lager. This week, we spent two nights in their kitchen cutting, gutting, cooking and then pureeing pumpkins and five types of squash grown on the farm.
Sep 11, 2014
We currently have four different beers that we are souring in barrels at the brewery, most of which have several variants. This week we added fruit to barrels of our Berliner Lager and thought that now was a good time for a status report on sour program. Berliner Lager - In July we filled […]