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Worcester’s Wormtown Brewery will soon open a brewery and taproom at Patriot Place in Foxborough, near Gillette Stadium, through a partnership with Maynard-based Battle Road Brewing.

The space is approximately 4,000 square feet and most recently served as the Battle Road Hop Up during the fall and winter of 2018, serving Patriots fans in the shadow of Gillette Stadium throughout the team’s Super Bowl LIII Championship season.

“Being able to bring our brewery to the fans of the New England Patriots, New England Revolution and concertgoers from all over is an amazing opportunity for us,” Wormtown managing partner David Fields said in a statement. “In addition, Patriot Place has incredible year-round foot traffic and we are looking forward to bringing great local beer to the Foxborough area.”

“We are thrilled to partner with Wormtown to open their second brewery and taproom at Patriot Place,” Brian Earley, vice president and general manager of Patriot Place, said in a statement. “Craft brewers are in huge demand and this concept provides our guests a great opportunity to socialize while enjoying uniquely, and locally, crafted beers brewed specifically for this location.”

According to Wormtown’s founder and master brewer, Ben Roesch, the Patriot Place facility will feature a seven-barrel brewing system that will produce a level of innovation the award-winning brewery does not currently have at its Shrewsbury Street facility in Worcester, along side Battle Road beers.

Battle Road, founded in 2013, had been seeking a strategic partner to assist in their brewing operations before entering into an agreement with Wormtown, according to Battle Road managing partner Greg Hill.

According to Fields, Wormtown is targeting a summer 2019 opening for the facility, which will feature a 2,500-square-foot taproom and include an outdoor seating area.

Foxborough’s Patriot Place Adding New Brewery

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