There’s no shortage of great beer gardens in Boston, and now the city has a new hotspot to sip on brews thanks to Cisco Brewers.
The Nantucket craft brewery is bringing a pop-up beer garden to the Seaport District, so fans can enjoy a taste of the island without having to leave the Hub. Cisco Brewers is setting up shop on Seaport Boulevard near District Hall off the Silver Line Courthouse Station beginning Wednesday, Aug. 29.
Cisco Brewers brings beer garden, tacos to Boston
According to a press release, the beer garden will be open between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Wednesdays through Fridays, and from noon to 11 p.m. on Saturdays. The special Cisco Brewers pop-up is expected to stick around the area through the fall.
“Boston has always felt like our off-island home,” Cisco Brewers CEO Jay Harman said in a release. “Many of the guests who visit us in ACK are from Boston, so we wanted to take a slice of what we do on island and bring it here.”
Fans can expect plenty of Cisco classics on tap, including Whale’s Tale Pale Ale, Grey Lady Wheat Ale and the grapefruit session IPA Gripah. Nantucket Vineyards Wines and Malus Malum Ciders will also be available for purchase. Aside from the drinks, the pop-up beer garden will have a special menu crafted by Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar featuring, you guessed it, a raw bar and tacos.
The new venture by Cisco Brewers is more than just another place to sip on brews while munching on tasty bites. According to the release, a portion of the proceeds from the Seaport District location will go to support the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial Fund, a local nonprofit organization that maintains a memorial in the neighborhood, which honors servicemembers from across the Bay State who’ve died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“One of the great things about being part of the Seaport neighborhood is that we can directly give back to the Boston community that’s supported us for so long,” Harman said in the releas.e “We’re proud to support the great work being done by Mass Fallen Heroes on behalf of Gold Star families and veterans statewide.”