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New Vegan Beer Hall Brings Plant-Based Bar Food To Boston

By Aimee Lutkin

Greasy bar food is the perfect thing to eat after you've had a few beers—that's what it's designed for! But folks with plant-based diets can find it extremely challenging to eat in line with their philosophies when enjoying a night out. A beer hall opening in Quincy, Massachusetts, is giving hope to the vegans out there who want to know they can get a little buzzed and still trust the menu.

Eater reports that restaurant owner, Pat McAuley, is working with chef Will Hernandez to open Rewild, a beer hall with twenty taps and vegan food at affordable prices. McAuley is himself a vegan, and he helped open brewery Barrel House Z, in Weymouth. He also runs a blogging and podcast platform about vegan and green living called Eat Green Make Green. Massachusetts at large is a great place for vegan food, in McAuley's opinion, but he wants to see more of his favorite fare in Boston.

“There’s no place in Massachusetts that you can go have a few beers, hang out with friends, and eat plant-based food,” he said. “My primary goal of the whole project is to just bring plant-based food in a social and fun way, specifically to the South Shore, but to Boston as well."