On a mission to bestow barrels of the best brewed IPA to the people of New England, founder, Daniel Lanigan, converted a 47,000-square foot space in Woburn, Massachusetts into Lord Hobo Brewing Company. Owner of the Inman Square beer bar, also named Lord Hobo, in Cambridge, as well as two Alewife locations in New York and Baltimore, Daniel turned his passion for serving good craft beer in a casual pub setting into a large-scale production brewery with lofty goals of being the first American Brewery to produce 10,000 barrels in its first year. Serving up only three year-round brews, scaled for maximum quality — plus a few seasonals, limited releases and the occasional prototype beer — Lord Hobo produces premium ales designed for the most discerning beer drinker.
5 Draper St, Woburn, MA 01801
We highly recommend Lord Hobo as a great brewery to explore outside of the Boston Brew Tour, as it is not currently on our itinerary.