Frequently Asked Questions
Each of our bottled beers contains an inkjet code on the shoulder of the bottle that reads "Bottled On xx/xx/xxxx".
Ipswich Ale's should be consumed as close to the bottled on date as possible. Aging our beers is not recommended because they are unfiltered and unpasteurized.
At this time we do not offer tours or tastings at our facility. We are currently in the construction phase of our brew pub and are aiming to open our doors to visitors sometime in 2014. We can't wait to show you what we've been working on!
Due to liquor licensing, you cannot buy beer directly from the brewery. However, we sell Ipswich Ales and 5 Mile Ales at local packys.
If you have a special event, and would like to purchase kegs of beer, contact your local package store to arrange a pick up.
We're brewing and bottling at the new facility now. Keep your eyes peeled for the opening of our brew pub soon!
Yes. Our beer, including our casks do not use finings or any animal products.
What sets the Ipswich Brand apart is its home. The town of Ipswich, Massachusetts, and the North Shore in general is a region of New England unique to itself. From Newburyport, to Gloucester, down the shores of Cape Ann to Marblehead, and through all the towns in between exists an environment of great natural beauty. Also within this region lies the heart of our business and to all of our retailers and consumers we thank you for your loyalty and support over the last 20 years.
Rob Martin of Topsfield, MA owns Ipswich Ale. We are a privately owned company.
We produce styles which are totally unfiltered and unpasteurized. Through this natural brewing style the result is an ale which maintains a greater level of freshness, mouth feel, and full flavor.