Jeremy Goldberg, owner of Cape Ann Brewing Co. and his incredible crew have just opened their new canning facility on Whittemore Street in Gloucester…and it is gorgeous. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything so shiny and clean! I don’t claim to know much about the process of brewing beer, but I can say that their new facility and equipment are incredibly impressive.
On Friday evening they welcomed their “Mug Club” members to tour their new digs and I was happy to tag along. To use their own words, “Fisherman’s beer — whose bold flavor and character reflect the spirit and courage of the sailors of the North Atlantic fishing fleet — is a tribute to hard work and a salute to friendships that endure.” Well, it is clear that is true, when in the presence of this group of friends/co-coworkers. They were excited, enthusiastic, and, as they should be, very proud of what they are accomplishing.
Check out their website for more information
Be on the lookout for the news cans…each design proudly showcasing the Fishermen’s Memorial Statue…and don’t forget to stop by the Pub at Cape Ann Brewing for some great eats, entertainment, and a seat on Gloucester’s Harbor before the nice weather is behind us!
Awesome things happening locally! Great work, Cape Ann Brewing Co.!
In the tradition of Good Morning Gloucester always bringing you into the local joints first we yet again bring you the first photos taken by media inside Cape Ann Brewing and an interview with owner Jeremy Goldberg who gives the rundown of what the differences between the old place and the new.
It’s what we do- bring you inside first.
The bar is looooooong. Lots of wood, a beautiful deck overlooking the working waterfront, serious kitchen and wide open. This space is sure to bring in locals as well as craft beer enthusiasts in just another fantastic reason to make Gloucester a destination.
The kitchen will be serving comfort food and some very interesting seafood dishes (I’ll leave the details for our video interview with Jeremy Goldberg)
Video at 8AM
Photo- North Shore Magazine
Cape ann Brewing was featured in NorthShore Magazine-
By Alexandra Pecci
Cape Ann Brewing Fisherman’s Bavarian Wheat
This summer specialty is an unfiltered Hefeweizen with hints of banana and clove. “It’s the perfect kind of beer for sitting out in the sun and enjoying the weather,” says Owner and Head Brewer Jeremy Goldberg. 27 Commercial St., Gloucester, 978- 281-4782, capeannbrewing.com.
For other North Shore brewer offerings click this text to go to the North Shore Magazine Article