Notch Brewing

Notch Brewing

Website
notchbrewing.com/
Phone
978.853.9138
Location
Salem, MA
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Address
283R Derby St
Salem, MA 01970-
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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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Massachusetts Franchise Law Reform Among New Guild President’s Priorities in 2020

Massachusetts Franchise Law Reform Among New Guild President’s Priorities in 2020

Newly named Massachusetts Brewers Guild’s president Sam Hendler wants to finally resolve the contentious franchise reform debate with the state’s wholesalers. Hendler, a co-founder and co-owner of Framingham, Massachusetts-based craft breweries Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers and the Springdale Beer Company, acknowledged that the franchise law reform effort has been dragging on long before he was of legal drinking age. “I was a high school senior when it started,” he told Brewbound.

Notch to Open 2nd Brewery, Taproom and Beer Garden in Boston

Notch to Open 2nd Brewery, Taproom and Beer Garden in Boston

Salem’s Notch Brewing is coming to Boston. The German- and Czech-inspired session beer maker announced today plans to open a second brewery, taproom and beer garden next summer in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood at the historic Charles River Speedway Headquarters.

Notch Brewing Expands to New Hampshire

Notch Brewing of Salem, Massachusetts announced today that their beers are now available for sale in Southeast New Hampshire.

Boston-Area Brewers Join Brew Talks New England

Boston-Area Brewers Join Brew Talks New England

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.

Notch Brewing Secures First Brewery Location in Salem

Notch Brewing Secures First Brewery Location in Salem

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.

Notch Brewing Eyes Boston-Area Production Facility

Notch Brewing Eyes Boston-Area Production Facility

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.

Emerging Craft Business Strategies Explored at Brewbound Session

Emerging Craft Business Strategies Explored at Brewbound Session

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 Changes Name of Hop Notch IPA Following Trademark Dispute

Uinta Brewing Changes Name of Hop Notch IPA Following Trademark Dispute

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.

As IPA Train Keeps Rolling, Some Brands Hope to Hop Back On

As IPA Train Keeps Rolling, Some Brands Hope to Hop Back On

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 »

Averting Supply Issues, Notch Brewing Signs New Contract Partnership

Averting Supply Issues, Notch Brewing Signs New Contract Partnership

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 »


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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.
Salem, MA, MA 09/06/2017

Year Round Beers

Beer Name Style
Long Play IPL Lager
Cerne Pivo Lager
BSA Harvest Ale Farmhouse Ale
Saison Saison
Session Ale Pale Ale
Session Pils Pilsner

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