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283R Derby St
Salem, MA 01970-
- Production brewery, beer hall and beer garden in Salem, MA. 21+ or 12 and under w/ parent (Fri & Sat after 6PM is 21+ only). Well behaved dogs welcome in the biergarten. No outside food per Salem Board of Health. Brewery, Tap Room, Beer Garden.
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Notch Brewing of Salem, Massachusetts announced today that their beers are now available for sale in Southeast New Hampshire.
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The gypsy brewers are finally settling down. Lured by increased revenue from taproom beer sales, a growing number of nomadic brewers are deciding to build their own brick-and-mortar operations.
Brewbound is pleased to announce that a trio of successful Boston-area craft brewery entrepreneurs will speak at Brew Talks New England, taking place at the soon-to-launch Castle Island Brewing in Norwood, Mass. on September 28. Trillium Brewing founder Jean-Claude Tetreault, Notch Brewing founder Chris Lohring and Jack’s Abby co-founder Sam Hendler will join Brewbound editor Chris Furnari in a panel discussion focused on brewery businesses in transition.
At last, Notch Brewing founder Chris Lohring will have his very own brewery. Lohring, who launched the session-minded Notch as a contract craft brand in 2010, today signed a lease for a 6,000 sq. ft. research & development facility on the outskirts of Boston.
Last week, Notch Brewing founder Chris Lohring thought that he’d finally found a location where he could build his company’s first production facility. Lohring, who launched Notch as a contract craft brand in 2010, had already visited a dozen properties in Salem, Mass., a coastal town located about 40 minutes north of Boston.
On Thursday at the Revere Hotel, Trillium Brewing, Jack’s Abby and Notch American Session Beer took part in three presentations entitled “Backyard Business Models,” which analyzed the varying directions of the growing Boston-area craft breweries.
Uinta Brewing has agreed to change the name of Hop Notch, the brewery’s flagship beer and one of the fastest-growing IPAs in the country, following a request from Massachusetts-based Notch Brewing, which owns trademark for the word “Notch” as it relates to beer and breweries. Notch Brewing claimed that Hop Notch was creating marketplace confusion.
Would an IPA by any other name still taste as hoppy? And more, if it weren’t labeled as an IPA, would anyone buy it? It’s a question many craft breweries are exploring and some, it seems, are banking on the continued growth of the style and the name, which is a shorter version of India… Read more »
Any craft brewer can tell you, it’s difficult to keep wholesalers and retailers happy when you’re having trouble keeping beer on the shelves. Most brewers will claim that it’s a good problem to have and, for the majority of brick and mortar operations, the solution is simple: buy more fermentation tanks. But when you’re a… Read more »
On-premise retailers can be the gateway for craft breweries looking to establish a strong brand presence in their local markets, but only when they are provided with well-made, well-marketed products that justify switching a tap-handle from an outside brand. That challenge, getting a bar or restaurant to go for a local brand in the face… Read more »
IPSWICH, MA – Notch Brewing, brewers of American Session Beer, will release their Notch Saison in six packs on March 15th and celebrate two years of brewing. Notch Saison is the third year round offering from Notch, and will complement their flagship Notch Session Pils and Notch Session Ale. Notch will celebrate it’s anniversary at… Read more »
It’s a becoming a common trend. “Big beer” wholesalers sharing craft brands across multiple territories in an attempt to help small brewers grow their brands through a wider distribution network. Last week, Evan Benn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that three of Missouri’s biggest Anheuser-Busch InBev distributors had reached an agreement to pool their… Read more »