Idle Hands Craft Ales is releasing its latest year-round beer, Slate, for distribution.
Embattled Massachusetts-based retail franchisor Craft Beer Cellar is asking the public for $250,000 that it says will be put toward “past, present and future legal demands.” The request comes about two months after the retailer’s parent company had a lawsuit against employment website Glassdoor dismissed by a federal judge in Massachusetts
Idle Hands Craft Ales and Springdale by Jack’s Abby have collaborated to create two beers to benefit the Greg Noonan Scholarship for the American Brewers Guild. Both beers will be released on Friday, December 7, 2018, during a release party at Hugh O’Neill’s in Malden, MA.
Today Idle Hands Craft Ales will release Bluma, its annual maibock lager that celebrates the arrival of spring.
Idle Hands Craft Ales will release Edgeworth, the first beer inspired by and brewed for the city of Malden, MA.
Adelais, a German-style pilsner, and Four Seam, a New England style IPA, will both return to cans on Wednesday, January 31, for Idle Hands Craft Ales’ latest can release.
Idle Hands Craft Ales is releasing Klara, its Dortmund-Style lager, in 16 ounce cans for the first time on Monday, November 20, at 3pm in its taproom.
Idle Hands Craft Ales is releasing its new double dry-hopped, New England Double IPA called Six Seam this Wednesday at 3pm in its taproom.
Desalitech today announced the achievement of record-breaking reverse osmosis water recovery rates of 96% at the Padre Dam Advanced Water Reclamation plant in Southern California and 98% from the Charles River for use by local brewers.
From the time we started our little nanobrewery in Everett up through now, we’ve always handled the distribution of our beers. It was partly because we enjoyed having the personal relationships with our retail customers and partly out of necessity, brewing the small quantity of beer that we did. Lately, we’ve been hearing that you wish our beer was a little bit easier to find, particularly since our brewery tasting room is currently defunct.
Idle Hands Craft Ales, a small Boston-area microbrewery that got its start on a 1 ½ barrel nano-brewing system in 2011, today announced it has been forced to vacate its facility in Everett, MA. Idle Hands’ current space sits just blocks from the proposed site of a new $1.3 billion Wynn Everett resort and casino. In order to make room for a construction access road, Idle Hands and a handful of small businesses must be out by June 30.
It might go down as one of the smallest buyouts in craft beer history, but Idle Hands Craft Ales, a Boston-area nano-brewery, today announced it will purchase the intellectual property of nearby Enlightenment Ales.
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Cellar Person - Idle Hands Craft Ales
Cellar Person - Idle Hands Craft Ales -- Malden, MA (08/07/2018)
Idle Hands Craft Ales, based in Malden, Massachusetts, is seeking a full-time Cellar Person
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Mass Beer Week Concert and Beer Release, Idle Hands (5/4)
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