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    Craft beer lovers rejoice!  Lord Hobo is going big on Dry Dock Avenue!  According to boston.com,  the wildly popular craft brewery has signed a lease with Skanska Commercial Development to build out a 9,000-square-foot brewery and restaurant at Two Drydock at Raymond Flynn Marine Park. 

    Deeming the new location as a “Taj Mahal” of breweries, CEO Daniel Lanigan told boston.com that Lord Hobo will occupy all of the available retail space at Two Drydock complete with working brewery, gastropub, taproom and a 10,000 square foot patio with outdoor seating.  Take that Harpoon!

    The total project at Two Drydock will encompass 230,000 square feet and hopes to be completed in 2020. 

    This seems to be the year of the brewers.  Trillium expanded and opened a restaurant in Fort Point.  And Dorchester Brewing announced their $3 million expansion as well. 

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