This trio of friends began home-brewing in their Somerville kitchen 10 years ago – they called themselves “Night Shift” – workers by day, brewers by night. Since professionally debuting in 2012, Night Shift Brewing has made an impressive mark on Boston’s craft beer scene. They began in a small 3,000-square foot nano-brewery in Everett, MA and after a few years and high demand, made the move to it’s impressive 30,000-square foot location on Santilli Highway.
Today, you can find Night Shift in many of Boston’s best restaurants. We are proud to feature their large-format, ever-changing sours on our shelves and their fresh, juicy, and highly-crushable cans on constant rotation in our cooler. My current favorite is their newest release, the Rickey Weisse – a mixed fermentation sour aged with raspberries and lime. While it may still be a little frigid outside, this beer transports me somewhere tropical!