Take a first look inside Night Shift Brewing’s colorful, new innovation brewery
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Take a first look inside Night Shift Brewing’s colorful, new innovation brewery

A mural at Night Shift Lovejoy Wharf. –Emily Chan for Boston.com If there are those who doubt Night Shift Brewing ’s success in the Boston-area beer world, look no further than a mural at its new Lovejoy Wharf brewery. Painted by local artist James Weinberg, the mural is a chronological timeline of the beer company, starting with its humble home-brewing roots. There are the founders — Rob Burns, Mike O’Mara, and Michael Oxton — mixing up one of their first batches in a Somerville kitchen in 2007. There’s the Subaru that they used as their first delivery vehicle, carting cases to and from Night Shift’s original brewery on Charlton Street in Everett. There’s the current Everett brewery on Santilli Highway, which opened in 2014 with 30,000 square feet, plus the Owl’s Nest beer garden on the Esplanade. And then there’s Night Shift Lovejoy Wharf, an industrial building with the Bunker Hill bridge painted behind it. The brewery, restaurant, and cafe will open to the public on Wednesday, March 20, in the burgeoning West End neighborhood as Night Shift’s most creative project to date. The Shifty burger with beer cheese at Night Shift Lovejoy Wharf. —Emily Chan for Boston.com “LET’S […]

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