The formerly niche world of microbrewering doesn’t seem so micro anymore. These days, you can get Goose Island at Stop & Shop, the name Harpoon is recognized nation-wide and I think even my mom knows the difference between a Belgian quad and an IPA.
So what to do if you’re looking for something even craftier than craft? Enter the nanobrewery, a title often given to small operations that employ only a few barrels at a time in their brewing. And if you’re looking for that sort of thing in Boston, enter Night Shift.
Now, we’ve been coveting the inventive concoctions coming out of this Everett, MA outfit since before we had the license to sell them. But the problem with nanobreweries? They can only produce so much beer, so Night Shift literally didn’t have enough to give us—until now. Continue reading