Every beer has a story. That's what we believe here at Untold Brewing, where we brew world-class beers that are continually inspired by the collective stories of our lives.
Our story begins in Scituate, MA, the place where we grew up and where we built our brewery and taproom. The taproom - a renovated historic schoolhouse dating back to 1852 - is a unique space where people from all communities gather to drink great beer and enjoy good company. We feature a dozen tap handles, beer-to-go, and indoor/outdoor seating. We have rotating food trucks and pop-ups to keep you fed and host special events each month.
We hope that you'll stop by to enjoy a beer and share your story with us.
Matt's a Scituate native and started his journey back in 2014 when he became a brewer. During that time he worked at the award-winning Georgetown Brewing Company learning more than he possibly could have imagined. He dreamt of opening a brewery for many years and couldn’t think of a better way to prepare than the path he chose. He loves all styles of beer, but the quickest way to his heart is with a big, boozy imperial stout.
Kristin was raised in Scituate alongside her brother/business partner Matt and has had a long and winding road of a career. She started out as a (struggling) actor in New York City and eventually moved into the marketing world, working first for the New England Patriots and then Google. The one thing that has remained constant over time is her love of craft beer. Now she's putting her marketing skills to use to spread the good word of Untold Brewing to her fellow beer lovers. She does that through managing our website and social media, and working hard to ensure our taproom is a fantastic place to hang out and drink great beer.
Kyle was one of those kids who was constantly asking questions. His insatiable curiosity often drove his parents and teachers insane. Lucky for us, by this point he knows a lot about a lot. With a strong science background, he covers the analytical side of the brewing process (recipe formulation is as close as he’ll ever get to “art”). Kyle is also quite the jokester, likely learned from his bartending days, and has a joke for pretty much everything. Now if only his memory were a little better…