New England Brewing Company to Sail to New Home in Woodbridge

12 Sep

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It’s official!  New England Brewing Company has been approved for a brand new spot for their brewery.  Their spot right now at 7 Selden Street in Woodbridge worked well for them at a time, but if you’ve been there you know how small the area is.  The smaller building makes it harder to not only brew great amounts of types of beer, but also doesn’t provide the kind of experience they’d love to give you for a tasting area.  Not that we minded getting some samples of the brews then heading around the brewery on a tour, but the new brewery on 175 Amity Road will be a major game changer for them.  Plus it’s just right around the block (literally around the block) so they can probably just carry over all their equipment. ;)

According to their Facebook post, they will now have four times as much working space.  That will allow them to double their production within just the first three months of their move.  They estimate to be ready to open their brand new doors by December…Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, and Happy New Year!  They also note that they plan to have more barrel aged brews in production, have more on tap for the growler and tasting station, and will have have a larger variety of beer.

More NEBCO brews?  Damn, we think that thousands of people just died and went to heaven.

Lots of luck to the New England Brewing Co. brew crew on this awesome new venture.  But, with beer like theirs, no luck is needed:  just add hops.

New England Brewing Company

Currently at 7 Selden Street

Future home at 175 Amity Road

Woodbridge, CT

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10 Responses to “New England Brewing Company to Sail to New Home in Woodbridge”

  1. Jessie September 12, 2013 at 5:56 pm #

    Nice! I’ve had some good and bad nights with the ol’ Sea Hag, looking forward to trying more!



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