Plymouth, MA

Popular Plymouth Brewery Seeks New Home For Beer Garden

Dianna Carney

(PLYMOUTH, MA) Second Wind Brewing Company, a craft microbrewery located in historic downtown Plymouth, has announced that they are actively searching for a new home for their family-friendly and pet-friendly beer garden after their summer gathering spot at Bramhall's has come to an end.

Kenny Semcken, who posted on social media on behalf of Second Wind Brewing Company, shared the news with the community on Sunday, May 28, 2023. In his statement, Semcken expressed the company's desire to keep their gatherings in the local community and their optimism in finding a new partner to work with local businesses and bring people together.

"We have been scouting for a while and have a few leads outside of Plymouth, but we really would like to keep these gatherings in our community," Semcken stated. "We're optimistic we'll find another place to partner with local businesses and bring people together, but are humble enough to recognize we might not have turned every stone."

Second Wind Brewing Company opened its taproom and outdoor Beer garden to the public in May 2018. In 2019, they leased a second property on Main Street and began construction on a larger taproom with a kitchen. Despite delays due to the pandemic, the company has remained focused and continued work on its second brewery. The company's website states that the draft system is fully installed, and they are awaiting HVAC and sprinkler installations before announcing an opening date.

Second Wind Brewing Company has gained a significant following, with over 20k fans across social media. The local community has clearly embraced the microbrewery, and now they are eagerly anticipating the announcement of the next location for Second Wind Brewing Company's beer garden as they continue their search for a new home.

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