Good times a’brewing for Boston

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Boston Brewing Co. general manager Glen Daniel at the new venue in Victoria Park.
Camera IconBoston Brewing Co. general manager Glen Daniel at the new venue in Victoria Park. Credit: Simon Santi

One of the Great Southern’s favourite venues Boston Brewing Co. is hopping into a new and exciting era as they launch a new venue in Perth tomorrow.

The second venue for the award-winning Denmark brewery will open just in time for the festive season and offer a distinctly different experience to the original.

The new venue is located in the new Vic Quarter development on Albany Highway in Victoria Park, with a focus on pairing food with brews and wine from Willoughby Park.

Boston Brewing Co. beers are now stocked at 400 venues across WA and are starting expand interstate.

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General manager Glen Daniel said he hoped the Perth venue would launch them further across Australian markets.

“In the last three years at least, the Denmark brewery has doubled in size every year and we have got another five new tanks on the way which will double our capacity again,” he said.

“This is giving up the chance to showcase our beer and wine up in Perth and give all those people that can’t manage to get down to Denmark, because it is a bit of a trek to see our product.

“The more stuff that happens in and to the Great Southern, the better for everyone — it brings more tourists down.”

Mr Daniel said he wanted Great Southerners to view the Perth venue as a slice of home away from home, while he hoped their new Perth fans would head south to see where it all began.

“The Denmark venue is our heart and soul,” he said. “That is where our beers are made and you can look in through the restaurant and see the working brewery.

“Being part of a larger building with a 100 apartments above us, we do have some outside tables but it is nothing like the outdoor area at Denmark.

“Denmark is more of an overall experience coming down to the country and sitting in between the vines in the open air.”

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