Size: 10,000 SF
Location: Quincy, MA
The design of this space creates a vibrant, social connection between lifelong Quincy residents, newcomers, visitors, and the storied history of its community.
Beer enthusiasts (and the ones they drag along with them) will stumble upon bespoke pieces of memorabilia sprinkled throughout the space. Anchored by a large, graphical reproduction of Arthur Griffin’s 1938 TIME Magazine cover depicting local teens jumping from cliffs in the quarrying community. Other nods to Quincy’s history include a locally sourced granite tap mount, and of course, proprietor Jay Southwood himself.