The award-winning, Charlton-based brewery revealed that its new outpost, scheduled to debut in Sandwich sometime during the summer, will be located in a two-story building overlooking the bay, and will include an expansive, sunlit taproom. According to the announcement, the second location is a necessary step towards providing Tree House customers with an environment the brewery can be proud of.
“We have always done whatever it takes to make the experience at Tree House absolutely great, and have committed to growing it along with our customer base if necessary” the statement read. “This year we’ve reflected deeply upon the experience in Charlton and realized that many of the limitations currently in place are a function of over-demand and under-supply; not for beer, but as a communal gathering place. In spite of relentless effort and constant reinvestment to make it the simple, relaxed environment we have described, we continue to fail in the face of our ever-growing customer base. Tree House Cape Cod is part of a broad effort to remedy to this problem, relieving pressure on our main campus while bringing the Tree House experience closer to you.”
The announcement went on to share that the brewery’s roots “are deep in Massachusetts, and more broadly, New England, and calling a small sliver of the Cape home fills us with pride and purpose to do even better on your behalf. A brewery and taproom on the ocean or beach is rare and we couldn’t be more pleased to jump at the chance to enjoy it with you.”
Tree House did not immediately respond to Boston.com’s request for comment.
Tree House Cape Cod plans to debut as a taproom with food trucks and cans to-go, with takeaway service potentially launching before the taproom does. The brewery also hinted at renovations that it promises “will be something to behold.”
Founded in 2015, Tree House has rapidly expanded in the past couple of years with its own coffee offshoot, Tree House Coffee Co., and the purchase of a farm in Woodstock, Conn. In 2019, it was named one of the fastest growing breweries in the country by the Brewers Association.
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