Craft Brewery Profile: Dorchester Brewing Company
When you visit the Dorchester Brewing Company, it becomes very quickly that at DBco, they are interested in two things: having fun and serving great craft beer to the community.
The brain child of “a team of Boston professionals with an unnatural love of craft beer,” Dorchester Brewing Company has become a key player in the Boston area craft brewing community. They provide a 25,000-square foot partner brewing facility where local, smaller craft beer brewers could have the opportunity to make, package and sell the best product they possibly can. Visit Dorchester Brewing Company to see what happens when a craft beer loving community really comes together.
What’s on Tap?
Dorchester Brewing Company is distinctive in that it is a partner brewery, meaning multiple craft brewers mix up batches of their special beverages under DBco’s roof. If you love IPAs, you can try DBco’s Captain Squib or one of the many IPA selections from one of the partners, such as:
- Stillwater Artisanal Ales’ Moneytree$, a Gose-style session IPA
- Junior, the IPA from Radiant Pig
- A selection from Entitled Brewing Company like Therapy or Entitled IPA
If IPAs are not your thing, never fear. Dorchester Brewing Company can offer you selections like a Belgian quad ale, a Berliner Weisse, cream ales, hefs, hoppy sour ales and American dark mild’s. There’s almost certainly something for every beer drinker at Dorchester Brewing Company.
Make Sure to Catch…
…the impressive 2,000 square-foot tasting room that’s loaded with new beer experiences for you to try, with lots of in-house beers side-by-side with partner beers and collaboration beers. The Tap Room is a place for beer lovers to come together and play games, talk, relax and enjoy great brews, with special events happening all the time and private parties available.
Those events include everything from Artisanal Comedy Night to Trivia Tuesdays to Barre at the Brew — a barre class courtesy of Simply Barre. Visitors can enjoy a barre workout and then reward themselves with a couple of tasters before moving on or staying and enjoying some food, board games and more great craft beer!
- Captain Squib
- IPA 7.0%
- Barrel Aged Quad
- Belgian Quad Ale 11%
- Test Batch #2
- Belgian Strong Ale 9.8%
- Volks Berliner
- Berliner Weisse 4.5%
- Clap's Cream Ale
- Cream Ale 5.2%
- Minivan Hefe
- Hefeweizen 5.3%
- Wheelie Kid
- Hoppy Sour Ale 7.0%
- V1 Double IPA
- Double IPA 8.3%