BOSTON, MA – April 14, 2022 – Boston Seaport by WS Development and Cisco Brewers announce today that the Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden returns, opening tomorrow, Friday, April 15th and bringing the island vibes back to the waterfront for the fifth season in a row. In exciting news, Cisco Brewers Seaport will now offer craft cocktails and spirits from Triple Eight Distillery alongside its renowned portfolio of innovative beer and Nantucket Vineyards wine. This year, Cisco will be located at a new and even more accommodating location in Boston’s Seaport—85 Northern Ave—just down the block from its previous spot, on the corner of Pier 4 Boulevard and Seaport Boulevard. It will include a large, tented space so guests can enjoy the pop-up all season long; the tent will also be available to rent for corporate outings and special events.

“We are extremely excited to reopen in the Seaport on April 15th. Moving down the road a bit, to a larger space, affords us the opportunity to welcome even more Cisco fans who would like to get together and enjoy a relaxing beverage with family and friends,” said Jay Harman, CEO of Cisco Brewers. “We have had an incredible experience in the Seaport with our pop-up beer and wine garden for the past four years. To celebrate our 5th year, we are expanding the menu to includes spirits from Triple Eight Distillery, in addition to the full line of Cisco Beer and Nantucket Vineyard wine… And we are so stoked to share the space with our friends from Levitate who will be pairing our beverages with tacos, tots, rolls, and bowls through their food concept, Rexicana. We’re really looking forward to an epic line up of local and traveling musicians who will dial in those Cisco beach vibes from Nantucket.”

“The Cisco Brewers Seaport pop-up is one of the most anticipated happenings we host all year, and we simply cannot wait to welcome it back,” says Ariel Foxman, General Manager, Seaport at WS Development.

Cisco will offer its extensive portfolio of craft beers, including Wandering Haze Hazy IPA, Gripah Grapefruit IPA, Whale’s Tale Pale Ale–and a remastered Grey Lady Wheat Ale. A cleaner, more citrus-forward recipe makes the new Grey Lady a real winner for those hotter days ahead. Additionally, Cisco will offer new beverage options in the form of distilled spirits: with their on-site farm distillery in full operation, Cisco has added Nantucket Craft Cocktails and an assortment of Triple Eight spirits to the menu.

Rexicana, the food concept by the popular New England surf culture brand Levitate, is excited to return, as well; this time with an expanded Taco & Tots based menu that features delicious food inspired by worldwide surf destination cuisine reimagined with New England sourced ingredients. This year, Rexicana will also serve its Rolls + Bowls food truck with selections such as lobster rolls, and poke bowls made with locally-caught tuna.

Guests can enjoy daily live music from local artists, including Steve Rondo and Matty Sheehan. More details on the full music schedule are to come. Finally, Cisco’s new branding, which launched across their beer portfolio earlier this year, will be on display. Featuring original, woodcut-style illustrations from artist Steven Noble, the updated packaging pays homage to the brand’s rich history and the island of Nantucket, while providing a more modern and premium look on the shelf.

Cisco Brewers’ Seaport is located at 85 Northern Avenue; guests can enter on the corner of Northern Avenue and Pier 4 Boulevard. Beginning April 15 and extending through October 17, Cisco Brewers’ Seaport will be open six days a week: Tuesday through Thursday 4 – 11pm, Friday 3 – 11pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 11pm. Cisco will also be open on holidays including Marathon Monday, Memorial Day, The Fourth of July, Labor Day, and Columbus Day.

To stay updated on hours, events, and new offerings, follow Cisco Brewers @ciscobrewers and @ciscobrewersseaport or visit and


  1. Eloise April 21, 2022 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    Try living across the street and having to listen to the horrible, nonstop “music” while your view is the porta-potties – oh yeah – this is really great. No warning either – this place just appeared.

    • Jim Craig May 13, 2022 at 10:05 am - Reply

      You may have just appeared. It’s been there for 5 years. You should have done due diligence

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