Tourists and a pandemic don’t mix. Salem, Massachusetts-based Notch Brewing announced Wednesday that it would close its biergarten for on-site service beginning Friday through November 1, as its hometown faces a deluge of tourists in the lead up to Halloween.
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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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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.
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Events/Promotion and Sales Representative - Notch Brewing
Events/Promotion and Sales Representative - Notch Brewing -- Salem, MA, MA (09/06/2017)
Grow sales and brand awareness by focusing on promotional activity in both the ON and OFF Premise.
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Year Round Beers
|Long Play IPL||Lager|
|BSA Harvest Ale||Farmhouse Ale|
|Session Ale||Pale Ale|
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