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Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room Opens in Falmouth, MA

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Dangerous Martha Brewing has tapped into the success of its flagship location on Martha’s Vineyard to create a craft beer paradise for Falmouth. (Dangerous Martha)September 6, 2019

Martha’s Winery, MA – Dangerous Martha Brewing Firm, ranked the Prime 2 Brewer in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine, immediately announced the grand opening of its second Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room.  Situated in Falmouth, MA, the new brewery builds on the success of the Company’s flagship Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room on Martha’s Winery and incorporates distinctive new parts designed to please local craft beer fans on the mainland and broaden canning production functionality.  The official grand opening to welcome most of the people is September 6th.

Dangerous Martha Brewing opened its first Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room in Edgartown, Martha’s Winery in 2014 and shortly turned a prime vacation spot for hundreds of craft beer followers yearly.  The early success led to enlargement to bars, retail places, festivals and occasions on and off the Island.  Dangerous Martha is acknowledged for its scrumptious, award-winning and seasonal craft beers made with local elements.  Since 2014 the brewery has gained eleven awards at the International Beer Pageant, beating out most of the world’s best-selling beers.  All Dangerous Martha Beer is uniquely brewed with hand-picked wild grape leaves grown on Martha’s Vineyard, so there’s a piece of the Island’s soul infused in each sip.

Dangerous Martha Brewing plans to now brew and may all its beer in the new, state-of-the-art facility in Falmouth and can proceed to brew beer on premise at Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room in Edgartown for consumption within the taproom there.  Previously, the Firm contract brewed its beers for business sale and distribution with Mercury Brewing in Ipswich, MA (Edgartown beer was not contract brewed, except for three flagship beers that turned commercially obtainable.)  While the Company is grateful for their help through the years, the beer has grown to some extent that requires in-house brewing and canning.  The 15-barrel system at the Falmouth brewhouse can simply be augmented to a 30-barrel system to keep tempo with progress.

“We are thrilled to welcome craft beer fans to our new brewery and hope it’s going to develop into part of the Falmouth and surrounding space group,” stated Jonathan Blum, CEO and Founder of Dangerous Martha Brewing.  “In fact, we’ll welcome vacationers in season, and we hope this new brewery will earn the help of locals who are looking for a cushty, laid again, family- and dog-friendly setting to chill out throughout the week,” stated Blum.

In line with Joshua “Josh” Flanders, Basic Manager for each Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room places, “We’ve distilled all the weather that craft beer followers want as we speak:  delicious, hand-crafted seasonal beers made with local elements and a bucolic gathering place with a enjoyable vibe.”

Guests to the brand new Farmer’s Brewery can take pleasure in free samples of award-winning beer together with seasonal varieties, purchase brew by the glass or a flight paddle and even take residence a growler (64 oz. glass container) or a crowler (32 oz. can) or Four-pack, 16 oz. cans of choose types.  “We look ahead to taking visitors on a tour of the brewery they usually may even watch their favorite beer canned proper on the spot to take residence,” stated Flanders.

Surrounded by lovely landscaping, flowers, native crops, hops and herbs from Mahoney’s Garden Middle, the brewery has a lush, beer garden environment.  Friends will find plentiful indoor and outside patio seating; a tasting bar flanked with Dangerous Martha mermaid bar taps; barrel-top tables; a loft lounge space and a life-size sculpture of the mischievous Dangerous Martha mermaid herself.  Also new for the Falmouth location is a wood-burning firepit and outside area heaters to maintain friends cozy on chilly spring and fall days.  The brewery plans to install massive display televisions in the fall for patrons to take pleasure in sports with their local craft beer, pizza and different creations by the Chef.  There are bike racks plus ample parking and the building is handicap accessible.

The star attraction at Dangerous Martha is the delicious, award-winning and satisfying beer created by Jacobi Reid, Master Brewer at each the Falmouth and Edgartown brewhouse places.  “Our craft beers are made with the freshest and best local elements from surrounding farms.  We plan to offer at the very least 16 totally different types of beer flavors and types regularly at the Falmouth brewhouse,” stated Reid who personally selects the most effective components together with fruits, berries (cranberries, blueberries, seashore plums, wild cherries and strawberries), Organic honey, chocolate, oysters and roasted espresso beans among others to incorporate into his tasty beer recipes.  Cranberries come from Reid’s family farm.  The signature ingredient to all Dangerous Martha beer is hand-picked wild grape leaves grown on Martha’s Winery.

Dangerous Martha Master Brewer Reid will debut the following beer flavors on the Falmouth grand opening:

  1. Snake Charmer – New England IPA

The recent new craft beer type of selection, New England IPA, will probably be headlining Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery new beers headed for year-round availability and future canning. The IPA is packed filled with Citra and Mosaic hops making this brew delightfully fruity and with a little bit of citrus chew.  5.5% ABV.

  1. Double Hoppiness – Double New England IPA

One other new beer added to Dangerous Martha’s year-round lineup that may be a bit greater and packs even more flavor than the Snake Charmer. Made using Centennial and Amarillo hops, this beer continues to be very fruit forward with somewhat earthy hop character.  7.5% ABV.

  1. Martha’s Belgian Wit – Belgian Wit

A basic recipe perfected on the Island and shifting to Falmouth. This hearty Belgian beer is made using orange peel and coriander. It has a medium body with fantastic orange juice flavors and a hint of coriander spice.  Four.6% ABV.

  1. Farmhouse Lavender Saison – Saison

A brand new take on a standard French farmhouse beer. Brewed with all traditional components for a Saison but aged on lavender and rosemary grown by Mahoney’s nursery proper next to the new Falmouth location.  6.2% ABV.

  1. On the Half Shell – Imperial Oyster Stout

Brewed on Martha’s Winery with Martha’s Winery oysters. Take an old-fashioned Imperial Stout recipe filled with Oats and Chocolate malt, add in 2 bushels of regionally harvested oysters, and you have a desert in a glass. A rich darkish chocolate taste, with a hint of sea salt, and a full body beer, your taste buds shall be in heaven. (There may also be a couple of kegs which might be placed on Nitro to provide this beer and even creamier and clean mouthfeel.)  eight.5% ABV.

  1. Pursuit of Hoppiness – New England IPA

The IPA is an experimental beer with rotating hops. All the time brewed with the identical malts and yeast, but each batch has totally different hops to all the time maintain something new. Typically there are flavors of citrus and tropical fruits, other occasions it is extremely floral with hints of stone fruit. Ensure you maintain coming back to attempt it time and again to seek out out which one you like greatest.

  1. Shark Chew – Cucumber and Jalapeno Lager

This mild larger packs an enormous chew but finishes off clean. The primary sip begins with a jalapeno burn that shortly cools off with a recent cucumber end. With a really mild body and a lot flavor you will come back for sip after sip.  5.6% ABV.

  1. Coast Ale – Mild Hoppy Ale

The beer was a collaboration between Dangerous Martha and the local Falmouth band Crooked Coast. It is a light-bodied beer full of Citra hops to provide it a terrific citrus hoppy flavor. An easy consuming brew to go together with a few of your favorite tunes.  5% ABV.

  1. (508) IPA –American Fashion IPA

Named after the Island’s eponymous area code, this beer is brewed with Warrior, Citra and Mosaic hops, has 7% ABV with 70 IBU’s and aromatics of grapefruit and tangerines. The flavor profile is tropical fruit and citrus with a delicate trace of a biscuit mallet spine and finishes off with slightly hop chew but no lasting bitterness.  It’s scrumptious alone or paired with food including spicy dishes reminiscent of ethnic foods, pizza or pasta.

  1. Martha’s Vineyard Ale – English Special Bitters

Dangerous Martha’s flagship beer teases the senses with a devilishly darkish honey hue, a clean caramel taste and a seductive floral aroma.  Brewed with premium English malt, the finest English and American hops, Martha’s Vineyard Ale lures you in with an approachable taste and lightweight to medium physique and has 5.3% ABV.  It is scrumptious to drink with steak, burgers, sandwiches, tacos and burritos.

  1. Winery Summer time Ale has Four.8% ABV and is made with premium Pilsner malt and Saaz hops to offer a vibrant golden glow, clean pilsner malt flavor and delicate Bartlett pear aromatics. The beer’s refreshing, mild body makes it the right ale to pair with seafood, shellfish or hen dishes.

Falmouth’s Dangerous Martha Beer Chef Aaron Smith has paired beer and meals are perfectly.  Friends can take pleasure in yummy vegetable and charcuterie platters, farm-local cheese and lightweight snacks.  Another new aspect for the Falmouth location is a pizza oven to make freshly baked, custom-topped pizzas.

The brewery can be hopping throughout the year with stay music by native Falmouth artists, weekly trivia contests with prizes, enjoyable courses led by Dangerous Martha Master Brewer Jacobi Reid, old style board games like checkers, plus cornhole leagues, a bocce courtroom, bingo and yoga among others.  The enjoyable kicks off in high gear on the Grand Opening with common local musicians.

It took greater than a yr of planning and a gifted staff to get the brand new brewhouse prepared for the general public.  Every facet was meticulously thought out, from constructing design to development, gear, seating, local hiring, worker training plus beer and food recipe improvement.

Identical to the flagship location in Edgartown, the farmer’s brewery in Falmouth was designed by an award-winning Boston architect, built by the Amish in Pennsylvania and erected on website with native carpenters and development crews.  Dangerous Martha’s signature submit and beam barn design for Falmouth is larger with a 15-barrel brewing system that can increase to 30 barrels and incorporates new canning gear that permits the brewery to brew beer freshly, right on the premises.  The mainland location helps Dangerous Martha Brewing broaden its distribution reach too.

Dangerous Martha Brewing moved into 16-oz. cans in 2018 based mostly on the success promoting Vineyard Summer time Ale and since cans are better for beer freshness and are extra environmentally pleasant.

The Firm can also be expanding its staff and has employed Calantoni ‘Cal’ Scarfone as Assistant Brewer in Edgartown, Kevin Gardner as Assistant Brewer in Falmouth and Aaron Smith as Chef in Falmouth.

Dangerous Martha Brewing’s motto is Get Dangerous. Do Good.  The Company’s objective is to not only create scrumptious high-quality craft beers, but in addition run the business centered on socially responsible practices.  Along with utilizing the best native elements found all through Falmouth, it can present spent grains to local farmers and provides again to the group by donating a portion of income to an area charity.  Among other charities, Dangerous Martha Brewing has already donated $17,000 to the Island Food Pantry on Martha’s Vineyard to assist them in their mission to feed the hungry.  “We need to help the communities through which we reside and do enterprise and are we’re planning to determine an area space Falmouth charity to donate to once we’re up and operating,” stated Basic Manager, Josh Flanders.

The brewery plans to provide a discount to help those that give their service to the Falmouth group and our nation, together with U.S. lively obligation army and veterans, academics, police, hearth and ambulance staff, on all non-alcoholic merchandise and meals.  For up to date particulars examine

Upcoming News Planned for 2020

The Firm has extra thrilling news on tap for 2020.  It plans to build the first, Dangerous Martha Oyster Shack for freshly shucked oysters plus every day and evening New England Clam Boils, and a Clambake as soon as every week.  The Oyster Shack can be open in-season from Memorial Day by way of Columbus Day.

The brewery plans to companion with native food vans periodically to convey delicious native food to brewery patrons.

About Dangerous Martha Brewing Company and Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room

Jonathan Blum, CEO and Founder of Dangerous Martha Brewing, resides on Martha’s Winery.  He determined to retire early after 23 years as a senior government at Yum! Brands and PepsiCo to comply with his dream and concentrate on building Dangerous Martha Brewing right into a successful craft beer model.  He launched Dangerous Martha Beer in 2012 at Boston’s Baseball Tavern and opened the flagship Dangerous Martha Farmer’s Brewery & Tasting Room in 2014 in Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard.

The brand new Falmouth location shall be open year-round, with in-season hours of 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., seven days every week.  It’s centrally situated at 876 East Falmouth Freeway, East Falmouth, MA 02536.  (508) 444-6571.

The flagship, 7-barrel brewery on Martha’s Vineyard is open seasonally from Might by way of Columbus Day from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and on weekends in November and December, Friday via Sunday, 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.  It’s situated at 270 Upper Primary Road, Edgartown, MA 02539. (508) 939-4415.

Along with each Farmer’s Breweries, Dangerous Martha beer is out there all through Cape Cod and Boston’s South Shore.

Dangerous Martha Brewing Earns Eleven Beer Business Awards

  • Gold for Martha’s Winery Ale (ESB Class) 2014
  • Gold for Martha’s Vineyard Export Lager (Dortmunder Class) 2014
  • Gold for Martha’s Winery Pumpkin Pie Bock (Fruit & Spice Lager Class) 2014
  • Silver for Cucumber Jalapeno Kolsch (Fruit & Spice Lager Category) 2016
  • Silver for Dangerous Martha’s Vineyard Summer time Ale (Mild Ale-Golden Category) 2015
  • Bronze for Martha’s Vineyard White IPA (Belgian Witbier Category) 2014
  • Bronze for Martha’s Vineyard, Tim’s Seashore Plum Ale (Fruit & Spice Belgian Category) 2014
  • Bronze for Martha’s Vineyard, Roscoe’s Brown Ale (Brown-Porter Category) 2015
  • Bronze for Martha’s Winery Belgian Blonde (Belgian-Saison Class) 2015
  • Bronze for Pumpkin Pie Bock (Fruit & Spice Belgian Category) 2016
  • Bronze for Bourbon Barrel Aged Robust Ale (Previous Ale/Robust Ale Class) 2016

About Dangerous Martha’s Lore

In 1602, mischievous winds drove Bartholomew Gosnold’s ship to Martha’s Vineyard.  As legend has it, he scoured the Island for components to brew ale for his crew.  Alas, he found none…and he fell asleep on the shore one evening.  Beneath the sunshine of the moon, he awoke to a sensuous mermaid with jet black hair and a devilish grin.  Sitting at water’s edge, she beckoned to Gosnold.  The closer he acquired, the further she swam away – tempting him to comply with.  So, he did.  Lastly, he found himself in a area brimming with lush Island grapes.  These can be good for wine, he thought.  However nay, he was an excellent Englishman, so these grapes turned the key ingredient for a strong, refreshing beer.  Gosnold by no means noticed the mermaid again.  He went to his grave wondering if he ever noticed her at all.  Immediately, we brew every handcrafted beer as Gosnold did, with grape leaves harvested on the Vineyard and a splash of mermaid mischief.  Naturally, we had no selection however to name our beer after the elusive siren who started all of it.  Dangerous Martha.  Dangerous Martha.  Good Beer.

Contact Information

Company: Dangerous Martha Brewing
Contact: Amy Sherwood
E mail: [email protected]

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