Treehouse Brewing Company, one of Massachusetts' most popular breweries, announced Friday that it is purchasing the Tewksbury Country Club and will turn it into a beer hall while continuing to operate the golf course and various other amenities.
This will be the brewery's first Greater Boston location.
"Tree House Brewing Company is purchasing Tewksbury Country Club from Marc Ginsburg and family," the company said in a statement posted on its website. "In getting to know Marc and his team, and in learning the history of the Club, it was clear that they share the same passion for great experiences and the meticulous attention to detail that we do. We will carry on their legacy with the full vigor and enthusiasm of Tree House Brewing Company."
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"We will evolve the space into an expansive and inviting beer hall and retail store and continue to operate the golf course and various amenities with the full strength of our crew behind it."
The company says it plans to hire 30 to 50 staff members to start, with additional opportunities likely in the future.
Tree House Brewing's original location opened in Charlton in 2011, but high demand led them to open additional facilities in Sandwich and Deerfield in recent years.
The owners of the Tewksbury Country Club had announced over Facebook that they had decided to sell the venue.
What will happen to weddings booked at the Tewksbury Country Club?
It’s a tough pill to swallow for many, especially for a lot of couples hoping to tie the knot at the popular wedding venue. They’re still hosting events scheduled through 2022, but all functions after the new year are canceled.
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People who do have the site booked for weddings will have to quickly find a new place to host.
Ginsburg told NBC10 Boston that all brides who had previously booked events will be refunded and will get an additional $1,000 due to the inconvenience.
"It is with heavy hearts that we inform you that after 25 wonderful years we have made the very difficult decision to sell the Tewksbury Country Club," ownership said in a statement. "As you can imagine this was not an easy decision but one that we feel is right for our family at this time."
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