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The brewery offers beers with names that will bring a smile of familiarity to a Bostonian’s face—think Candlepin and Causeway—and has become increasingly ubiquitous at Boston-area bars and liquor stores.
Boston-area breweries are expanding like crazy these days. As reported earlier this month, at least eight local companies are growing their current spaces or adding new ones. One of those, Norwood-based Castle Island Brewing Company
When it comes to harsh critics of local talent, it doesn’t get much worse than Boston (just ask anyone who played for the Red Sox in the ’90s). So imagine the pressure of having to start a brewery in an already-crowded beer town with higher-than-average expectations… only to find throngs of eager customers from day one. Ever since opening at the tail end of 2015, Castle Island has been able to quickly make its way into stores and bars across the Bay State.
Castle Island Brewing Co. just launched a nutty, dry stout called The Bravest, and its proceeds benefit Building for America’s Bravest, a program that builds smart homes for injured and disabled veterans.
Castle Island Brewing Company is named best new brewer in Massachusetts for the year of 2016
Castle Island Brewing Company is ringing in the new year with the announcement of its newest beer, and an updated look for one of its first beers.
Castle Island opened its doors to the public on December 11 last year, and experienced swift and significant growth in the Massachusetts market. The Company’s beers are found at bars, liquor stores, and restaurants throughout the Eastern and Central parts of the State, and the brewery has shipped beer to over 1,000 accounts since January.
Year-old Castle Island Brewing Co. of Norwood was one of the Bay State’s great beer-making success stories of 2016. The brewery releases its first spring seasonal in February. Mo Pils will be a crisp, but flavorful Mosaic dry-hopped pilsner.
With a host of beers in regular rotation across the state and a taproom planned for spring, it would seem founder Adam Romanow has it all figured out. So I asked him to reflect on his first year in the business.
It might surprise you to learn that Castle Island Brewing Company is not even a year old. The Norwood company distributes its beer at 700 Massachusetts accounts and counting.
After successful launches in three other Massachusetts markets, Castle Island is now taking its growing brand to the North Shore.
What’s the record amount of time in between when a craft brewery opens and then when it needs to increase capacity to keep up with demand? Boston-area Castle Island Brewing Co. has to be close with its announcement that it will be adding three new cellar tanks from GW Kent after just seven months in operation.
Just seven months after opening, Castle Island Brewing Co. is already adding capacity to keep up with increasing demand in the market.
Just one month after releasing its first beer into the Greater Boston market, Castle Island Brewing Company is already ramping up production to meet growing demand.
Romanow ended his quest, opening a 20,000-square-foot brewery at 31 Astor Ave., in an industrial area near Route 1.
After more than four years of planning, capital raising, test-batching and building, Castle Island Brewing is officially open for business.