Cisco Brew Pub Offering Beer, Wine and Spirits Created on Nantucket Island
BOSTON, August 13, 2008 – The savory ales, fine wines, and locally produced spirits of Nantucket Island are now on tap and on the shelf for travelers at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). BAA Boston, developer of the AIRMALL® at BOS (Terminals B and E), is pleased to announce the opening of Cisco Brew Pub in Terminal B (American Airlines).
“From wheat beer and blonde ale to Chardonnay and Merlot, Cisco Brew Pub offers the very finest beers, wines and spirits from this region along with a tempting menu of local favorites. That is why BAA Boston is delighted to add Cisco Brew Pub to the growing list of high-quality eating establishments at the AIRMALL® at BOS,” noted Mike Caro, vice president of BAA Boston. “Moreover, travelers can sample Cisco’s cuisine and spirits at ‘Regular Mall Prices…Guaranteed,’ which means they can count on quality and value at the same time.”
Cisco Brew Pub is operated by Logan Airport Partners, LLC, as part of a license agreement with Cisco Brewers, a Nantucket Island brewery founded in 1995 and beloved by locals and visitors alike for its distinctive ales and lagers. Cisco Brewers also operates Nantucket Vineyard and Triple Eight Distillery, and pub guests are able to choose from a full range of fine wines and spirits as well as beer. The extensive menu includes tasty seafood selections, pub favorites, pastas, salads, sandwiches and appetizers.
At more than 1,800 square feet, Cisco Brew Pub can seat more than 70 guests. The restaurant and bar are open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.