Jack's Abby Brewery


I recently visited Jack's Abby Brewery in Framingham to photograph some of my brother-in-law, Bob Kiley's art work.  I got a sneak peek on the inside as they were in the process of making their beer.  Jack's Abby was founded by 3 brothers Jack, Eric and Sam Hendler.  They have grown and recently expanded to allow more room for bottling and storing.  
Shown below, the Copper Weave, Bob made for Jack's Abby, as well as copper taps in the tasting area for their seasonal beers.

 Bob's Copper Weave was the inspiration for the packaging of the Copper Legend Octoberfest, shown below.


Jack moving the beer as Herb supervises. Their logo, shown above, was hand painted on the wall by Jack's wife, Abby.

Mike Gleason, aka Lashes, is working on his beer {also called Lashes} which is available now.

 Very aromatic, Hops, are used in their beer including their most popular, Hoponuis Union.


Some of their specialty beer is aged in barrels. Baby maker is aged in a once wine barrel for 9 months. Others aged for a year in bourbon barrels giving the beer a bourbon flavor.

One of the owners, Jack with plumber, Bob who has done all the plumbing here at the brewery.

Nothing goes to waste, as these await a blackstone farmer who picks up left over grains to feed to his cows.

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