3 Top-Tier Breweries Coming to Boston in 2023

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Boston already has a top-tier beer scene, but these three breweries joining the fold might put it in the running with the country’s best. All three are world-class breweries, and we could not be happier to welcome them into our backyard.

It might sound like we’re “over-hyping” these places– but the only way to tell if we’re full of B.S. is to check them out yourself!

Vitamin Sea

One of our favorite breweries from MA’s South Shore is opening a pop-up beer hall from March to May. The SubStation in Roslindale will be hosting Vitamin Sea at their historic event hall.

When it comes to hazy IPAs, there aren’t many breweries that do it better. With Vitamin Sea, we are talking straight juice. Their sour pipe series always blows us away with how to close it gets to whatever they are trying to recreate in beer form. One of our favorites is the sour blueberry pancakes. It smells like a fresh stack and tastes like blueberries and maple syrup.

Opening on Fridays and Saturdays starting March 2nd, you’ll know where to find us!

Long Live Beerworks

The pride of Providence is expanding to Boston– with a taproom coming in spring 2023. The official launch date is TBD, but we know it’s going to be located in Roxbury, down the street from Bully Boy.

The stouts here are almost milkshakes with how thick and gooey they are. If your only experience is Guiness, then you will be in for a surprise. Their coffee stouts are so rich they could pass as cold brew.

The IPAs are super juice with the cloudy mouthfeel we crave in a good beer. And for ale and lager lovers, these guys put Bud Light to shame. You’ll be surprised at how a good lager doesn’t have to taste like water.

We can’t wait for more details to arrive about the Boston edition of Long Live Beerworks.

Widowmaker Brewing

Another one of our favorite South Shore breweries is making its way up to Boston.

Even though the drive up to Braintree isn’t too bad, we’re excited to hear that Widowmaker is opening a Brighton taproom– which will have a full-time kitchen run by Bone and Bread. Bone and Bread started as a food truck, and quickly became a favorite in the brewery scene (because who doesn’t love beer and a burger?). The location is TBD, but many are speculating it will be taking over Brato’s old spot.

Widowmaker is another top-tier brewery that excels with every beer style they try. Their candy maker series is a lineup of sweet and viscous stouts that range from Oreo cookie to peanut butter cup– truly dessert in a beer. Plus, their NEIPAs are fruity, and have really dialed in anything with pineapple.

We can’t wait to have a fat burger and a juicy beer– feeling right at home in our own backyards.

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