FAQ / Contact

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you allow dogs?

Massachusetts law prohibits us from having dogs inside since we are a food service establishment. However, our patio space is open during the spring, summer, and fall so we are happy to welcome leashed and well-behaved dogs outside!

Do you have food?

Yes! Our in-house kitchen is open weekly Wednesday – Sunday, with a diverse menu of Light Bites, Flatbreads, Burgers, and Sandwiches.
Check our menu to see what’s cooking!

Do you have live music?

Yes! Check out our Taproom Events Calendar for music listings.

Do you have wine, cider, or sprits?

No. Our license only allows us to serve beer we make ourselves. However, we do have a hard seltzer that we brew in-house!

Do you have non-alcoholic beverages?

Yes! We offer free water stations near in the taproom, as well as seltzer and soda (rootbeer, gingerale, and coke) for $2.

Do you allow people under 21?

Parents with closely supervised children under 12 are always welcome, but unaccompanied minors under 21 are not allowed in the taproom.

Are you family friendly?

Yes! Well-behaved kids are more than welcome.

Contact Us

Music Booking

Are you a band or musician looking to book a gig?
Please fill out our music booking form:
Music Booking Form

Private Event Booking

Are you interesting in hosting your private event (corporate party, birthday, wedding, etc…) at Progression?
Please fill out our private events form:
Private Event Form

Tap Wagon Booking

Would you like to book our tap wagon for an event?
Please fill out our tap wagon form:
Tap Wagon Form

Job Application

Are you interested in working at Progression?
Please fill out our job application form:
Job Application Form

Retail Inquiries

Are you a retailer interested in carrying our beer?
Please fill out our retail inquiry form:
Retail Inquiry

Additional Questions

If this page hasn’t answered your question, you can call us during business hours at (413) 341-3517 or submit a question to our team using this form:

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