Ipswich Ale Harvest Fest 2008
This year Mercury Brewing Company will be holding our annual Ipswich Ale Harvest Fest at scenic Green Meadows Farm in Hamilton, MA!
Admission is FREE!
Food by Ipswich Clambake
Music by The Orville Giddings Band
A wide selection of Ipswich Ales, Stone Cat Ales & Lagers, as well as Mercury Soda Pop & Bubbly Waters will be available for purchase. Special cask conditioned ales will also be available.
Green Meadows Farm is a certified organic farm raising vegetables, fruits and heritage breeds of livestock in Hamilton, Massachusetts.
The ASBURY ST. BRIDGE THAT CONNECTS TOPSFIELD RD. TO THE FARM IS CLOSED!!!
Take Asbury St. North from 1A/Bay Road in Hamilton. 1A is esily accessable via Exit 20A off of 128.
Please consult Google Maps or Mapquest for more details.
The Rumors Are True! We Are Moving!
After exploring many possibilities in and outside of Ipswich, we have finally zeroed in on an ideal site to build a brand new 36,000 square foot brewery. Our President Rob Martin and architect Frank Wardley have spent countless hours negotiating contracts, talking to the Town of Ipswich, and designing the perfect building that will allow us to grow experience continued growth.
We are currently going through the long permitting process, but so far, our selected site in downtown Ipswich looks promising. Please join our email newsletter for updated information as it becomes available.
Thanks for visiting!
Located in historic Ipswich, Massachusetts, Mercury Brewing Company emerged in 1999 when Rob Martin, then Director of Operations for Ipswich Brewing Company, purchased the brewery and renamed the company Mercury Brewing and Distribution Company. While continuing production of Ipswich Ale, Martin expanded the company with Stone Cat Ales and Lagers, Mercury Premium Sodas, and numerous contract brewing agreements.
In 2007 our beer production topped 14,000 BBLs (434,000 GAL), a 44% increase from 2006. Soda production came to 1180 BBLs (36,580 GAL), an increase of 22% from the previous year. We could not have grown this much without our hardworking staff and loyal customers. Thank you!
Sorry, but we currently do not have the proper permits in order to give tours. We are working hard at resolving this issue in 2009, so please keep an eye on us. You can join our email newsletter to stay in touch and learn of new developments.