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Discussion in 'US - Northeast' started by JakeTheSnake30, Apr 30, 2016.
Brick and Feather
Like Read said, Medusa was the one I thought of that hadn't been mentioned. Fine brews and a fine establishment. I have noticed some longtime breweries upping their game as well, like BeerWorks Framingham, Long Trail & Night Shift. (Enjoying a Night Shift Morph as we speak.) As I say to all who will listen (they're probaly deaf by now) we are living in the golden age of beer. Even more than we were 10 short years ago. Cheers!
Brick and Feather sold out just after opening on Saturday. As a local I'm sensing the need to shift it to a Thursday visit! Good for them, their beer is incredible! And they are on the rise.
That Winnie honey oat stout is money! It was a big hit when we brought it to Dark Lord Day.
Castle Island seems to be on the rise...
Riverwalk in Newburyport is going to be canning their IPA and a few others by the end of the month. They moved to bombers about a year ago but I think the can move is going to make them a bigger part of the Mass IPA conversation.
Here's a brief article on the World Beer Cup winners from Massachusetts and the rest of New England: http://www.boston.com/culture/beer/2016/05/12/four-massachusetts-breweries-won-big-world-beer-cup
A few breweries that have already been mentioned in this thread were awarded for their brews. Other than Sam Adams and Night Shift, I'd venture to say that all of the New England winners could be considered underrated/on the rise.
Patina Pale looks like superman juice in the howler...straIght fuego!
no offense but kind of hard to list Foley Brothers as "on the rise" when they make world class beers (as rated on this site) for like 2 years now
I love Pro Pig and they are deff pumping out some super underrated brews right now tough so id totally side that statement
both are great but i think midnight special steals the cake!!
Still a lot of people who have never heard of Folely Brothers or who don't mention them when a list of top breweries comes around. I've been there 5-6 times, our place in VT is 20 minutes door to door. While their IPAs are top notch, and some other brews are excellent, they haven't branched out into multiple styles as strongly as I think they will. So yes, still on the rise.