Bolton Beer Works opened in 2004, dedicated to making small batches of beer exclusively for our restaurant and wedding operations. As a farm, we believe that everything offered on site should be made on site using products grown on our farm or from other local farmers. Over the years as our beers grew in popularity, we began increasing our operations, started growing hops, began sourcing local grains, incorporating other fruits and herbs grown on the farm into our seasonal beers.
In 2015, the brewery doubled with the expansion of the brewery and the addition of new tanks, bottling line, and kegging lines. Under the guided hands of Brewer Jeff Matthew, sales continue to grow with many patrons joining our growler program. In 2017, we are expanding into wholesale production with a vision on continuing our quest for perfect beers. Join us and become part of our family.
There is no place more active in farming than what happens at our brewery, farm, winery (Nashoba Valley) and restaurant (J’s). Nashoba Valley originated in 1979 in Concord, MA and moved to its current location in 1984 where we currently farm over 60 acres of land. We are not just about brewing but also about farming and keeping families actively farming. When you buy a beer from us, you are not just enjoying a locally crafted beer but supporting Massachusetts agriculture.
Located in the heart of Massachusetts’ apple country, Nashoba Valley Winery is a stunning hilltop orchard overlooking the charming town of Bolton.
J’s Restaurant is a destination for friends to gather and enjoy the creations of Chef Andrew McWilliams and his staff.
Come enjoy a cold one on our beautiful patio with a great atmosphere. Or join us in the Fall for pick your own orchard, with various apple and peach varieties
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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
100 Wattaquadock Hill Rd, Bolton, Massachusetts 01740, United States
The third Saturday and Sunday of every month