Silent Sunday: Night Shift Brewery (Everett, MA)

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

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Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery - Photos by Brian Samuels of A Thought For Food

Night Shift Brewery

 87 Santilli Hwy

Everett, MA 02149

www.nightshiftbrewing.com

Some notes from Michael Oxton, Co-founder of Night Shift Brewing:

  • "We began business in March 2012 at our previous location in Everett. Started with 3 beers - Trifecta, Taza Stout, and Bee Tea. Added Viva Habanera to the lineup soon after."
  • "We produced 350 barrels in 2012, over 700 barrels in 2013, and are on pace for 1500+ this year. Hoping to hit at least 2000 next year."
  • "Our most popular beer and the one we produce most regularly is our rye ale with habanero peppers, Viva Habanera. Our most popular beer at the taproom right now is Ever Weisse, a berliner weisse style sour ale with strawberries, kiwis, and hibiscus."
  • "I think the Viva Habanera might fall into most eccentric, actually. It's at least up there. We have a whole series of beers, the"Art Series" dedicated to pure experimentation. Some are test batches that might become larger production beers, some are one-time experimentals. It's all about achieving balance and producing a high-quality beer, and hopefully having fun in the process."

Note:

This post comes out of an organized tour through the 

Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

to showcase breweries and seafood restaurants throughout the North Shore.