After announcing plans to add a new taproom to its brand last fall, Framingham-based Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers opened Track Zero Taproom, a 10-tap bar within North Station, on Wednesday.
Located on the North Station platform, the 32-seat taproom pours beers from both Jack’s Abby and its experimental offshoot, Springdale. Flowing from the 10 taps are some of Jack’s Abby’s core beers, like the House Lager, Hoponius Union, Blood Orange Wheat, and Post Shift Pilsner, along with Springdale’s barrel-aged sours and one-off releases.
The brewery collaborated with TD Garden on the project, and will remain in the space for at least two years.
“When TD Garden approached us to take over the branding at the North Station Bar, we jumped at the chance,” said Sam Hendler, co-owner of Jack’s Abby, in a press release. “Based in Framingham, we’re always looking for ways to connect with new locals. We’re really excited about this partnership.”
Track Zero features a 28-foot wood bar, black-and-white photographs of the brewhouse, and a selection of grab-and-go snacks (pretzels, wraps, salads) from TD Garden’s concessionaire, Massachusetts Sportservice.
Before you stop by, be sure to check whether or not the Garden is hosting an event: The taproom is closed on weekends when there aren’t any events going on, and is open three hours before an event when there are.
Track Zero Taproom; 135 Causeway St., Boston; No TD Garden event: Mondays–Fridays from 11 a.m.–9 p.m.; TD Garden event: Mondays–Fridays from 11 a.m.–10:30 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from three hours before event start time (no earlier than 11 a.m.) to one hour after event; jacksabby.com