Cambridge’s new beer scene

Lamplighter Brewery
March 10th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) – Located 284 Broadway Avenue, the Lamplighter Brewery has opened in November 2016. Friday, the team was brewing a new batch of beer. Simon Flam prepares the hop decoction that gives the beer it’s flavor. The brewery is located in a 10,000 square foot building that used to be Metric Systems, an auto repair shop. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Lamplighter Brewery
March 10th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) – Located 284 Broadway Avenue, the Lamplighter Brewery has opened in November 2016. Friday, the team was brewing a new batch of beer. AC Jones (in the middle), one of the two co-founders, has degree in molecular biology and is yeast specialist. He talks with Tyler Fitzpatrick (right) and Simon Flam(left), who work on the decocotion of hop that will give the beer its flavor. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Lamplighter Brewery
March 10th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) – Located 284 Broadway Avenue, the Lamplighter Brewery has opened in November 2016. Friday, the team was brewing a new batch of beer. Tyler Fitzpatrick, the head brewer, checks the mixture of malt and water with a lamplight. He has worked for several breweries in Massachusetts over the past five years. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Lamplighter Brewery
March 10th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) – Located 284 Broadway Avenue, the Lamplighter Brewery has opened in November 2016. Friday, the team was brewing a new batch of beer. Tyler Fitzpatrick and Simon Flam are checking the tanks. Adjacent to the brewery, the Longfellows Cafe sells half of the beer. The rest of the production is distributed in local restaurants (approx. thirty) and liquor stores (approx. thirty). By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Lamplighter Brewery
March 10th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) – Located 284¬†Broadway Avenue, the Lamplighter Brewery has opened in November 2016. Friday, the team was brewing a new tank of beer. Two unindentified customers taste the beer in the coffee shop adjacent to the brewery. On the other side of the glass wall, one can see the tanks in which the beer ferments. “On weekends, you have a line on the street. We are already planning to expand”, says Cayla Marvil, one of the co-founder. Half od the beer produced by the brewery is sold on site, and half elsewhere. The beer is distributed in thirty restaurants and thirty liquor stores.
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