The MJ Whitall Mills is an industrial complex in the city of Worcester, MA, which was built between 1870 and 1930. After acquiring the property in the 1880's, Matthew Whitall constructed a series of buildings to house his manufacturing business, eventually becoming the largest employer in South Worcester. The mills were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
In 1516, the Reinheitsgebot, a purity law requiring that beer be produced with "nothing other than barley, hops, and water", was enacted by Duke Wilhelm IV of Bavaria. We enjoy breaking this law on a daily basis. Coffee and Molasses in your beer? Yup. IPA with Pineapple, Cinnamon, and Lactose? We do that. As far as violating the Reinheitsgebot is concerned, we're guilty as charged.
Join us in our taproom for a pint. Stay for a few. Come with friends. Come by yourself. Come in before the game. Hang out and watch the game. Grab a game and play with friends. Bring a snack. Order a pizza. Whatever your plan for the day is, we'd love it if you'd spend it with us.
We're glad you found us. Take a minute, look around, and then come to visit us. We hope that you'll stop in for good beer and good hospitality...and we can't wait to inform you that you've been served.