1. Brew outstanding beer.
We source the freshest hops, local malts, and other quality ingredients that help us make delicious, drinkable beers. We brew a large variety of styles: traditional Pale Ales and IPAs, cloudy New England “juice-bombs”, fruity Farmhouse ales, funky sours, spicy aged beers, rich milk stouts, and even clean pale lagers for those hot summer days.
2. Build a great place to work.
For a small team like ours, everyone is important. That means we try to hire amazing people, and treat them well. We believe in hard-work, and we also believe in having time to relax. We think that regardless of your title, everyone should be willing to scrub the toilet, and everyone should be able to share good ideas. We respect and trust our employees, and in return expect them to respect the job. We think of our co-workers as teammates, not employees, and we feel good work should be rewarded.
3. Give back to the community.
We got into this business to make beer, not to make money. While we use most of our profits to help grow the brewery, and hire more people, we also believe in giving something back to the community. We plan to donate a percentage of profits to charity, provide free beer for community events, and promote events that benefit local causes.
Ideas for how we can give back?
Please visit the taproom and ask a beer server for a charitable donations form.
Meet the Owners
Co-Founder / Head Brewer
Matt is the driving force behind Timberyard.
As a former scientist trained in molecular biology, Matt brings a passion for experimentation and strong attention to detail to the brewing process. He played a leading role in his last brewery startup as co-owner and brewer, and is excited to blaze his own trail at Timberyard.
As head brewer, he plans to brew a variety of styles, including New England IPAs that are big on flavor & aroma, drinkable session ales, fruity farmhouse ales, stouts, balanced pale ales & lagers, and specialty beers that incorporate local and seasonal ingredients.
Matt also has grand plans for the future — expanding into barrel-aged sours, as well as non-alcoholic beverages like kombucha, and small-batch soda and seltzer.
Co-Founder / Advisor
TJ brings an extensive background in software engineering and people management to to Timberyard. A long-time friend of Matt, he is excited to collaborate and bring some new ideas to the brewery.
TJ is an avid homebrewer and Certified Beer Server, so he knows how to make, store, and serve quality beer.
Investor / Advisor
Tom is one of the co-founders of Medusa Brewing in Hudson, and brings over 20 years of extensive business and operational knowledge to Timberyard.
Tom provides much appreciated wisdom and insight as we begin our journey to brew amazing beer.