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CRAFTED FOR YOUR ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

 
 
 

 

ZēLUS Beer Company, 120 North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052

info@zelusbeer.com

What do all these things have in common? Our tap room is in the works! Not your ordinary tap room for not your ordinary beer!     After eighteen months of looking for just the right location ZēLUS beer company is thrilled to be opening their first tap room, in the quaint downtown of Medfield Massachusetts.     Nestled amongst nature reserves, farms, and woodlands, Medfield was a perfect choice for a home base for our active lifestyle concept when we founded the company in 2016. A hub of New England outdoor adventure; the winding roads are great for long runs and long rides alike, hiking and mountain biking trails are plentiful, and the curves of the Charles River are perfect for dropping in a kayak or canoe. We are so excited to now be opening a tap room right down the road from our original space!     When we began conceptualizing our tap room it became clear pretty quickly that we wanted something as unique as our beer. While many taprooms nowadays are in large, open, industrial spaces, we visited many of these types of locations and they just did not feel like the right fit for our company vision.     The founder of ZēLUS comes to New England from the British countryside, and the concept of ZēLUS was formulated in part while he and his young family spent a summer traveling around the bucolic hills and fields of the UK. There is something about a cozy neighborhood country pub that always feels right, regardless of the current trends. We knew we wanted to build something intimate and special, where we could brew specialty recipes in small batches, working close to our consumer.     Come inside and you will find a community hub in addition to great craft beer, coffee, tea and snacks. Offering weekly running groups, cycling pit stops, and a well curated specialty boutique featuring gear and goods for your active lifestyle, this is so much more than an ordinary tap room. Of course we will still have your more expected features like trivia nights, live music, food trucks, dining in from neighboring restaurants, special events, and lots of really great beer.     Stay tuned for news on our upcoming launch! We hope to see many of you there! Cheers, ZēLUS

What do all these things have in common? Our tap room is in the works! Not your ordinary tap room for not your ordinary beer!

After eighteen months of looking for just the right location ZēLUS beer company is thrilled to be opening their first tap room, in the quaint downtown of Medfield Massachusetts.

Nestled amongst nature reserves, farms, and woodlands, Medfield was a perfect choice for a home base for our active lifestyle concept when we founded the company in 2016. A hub of New England outdoor adventure; the winding roads are great for long runs and long rides alike, hiking and mountain biking trails are plentiful, and the curves of the Charles River are perfect for dropping in a kayak or canoe. We are so excited to now be opening a tap room right down the road from our original space!

When we began conceptualizing our tap room it became clear pretty quickly that we wanted something as unique as our beer. While many taprooms nowadays are in large, open, industrial spaces, we visited many of these types of locations and they just did not feel like the right fit for our company vision.

The founder of ZēLUS comes to New England from the British countryside, and the concept of ZēLUS was formulated in part while he and his young family spent a summer traveling around the bucolic hills and fields of the UK. There is something about a cozy neighborhood country pub that always feels right, regardless of the current trends. We knew we wanted to build something intimate and special, where we could brew specialty recipes in small batches, working close to our consumer.

Come inside and you will find a community hub in addition to great craft beer, coffee, tea and snacks. Offering weekly running groups, cycling pit stops, and a well curated specialty boutique featuring gear and goods for your active lifestyle, this is so much more than an ordinary tap room. Of course we will still have your more expected features like trivia nights, live music, food trucks, dining in from neighboring restaurants, special events, and lots of really great beer.

Stay tuned for news on our upcoming launch! We hope to see many of you there!
Cheers,
ZēLUS


 
 

ZēLUS Beer was designed specifically for your active lifestyle. Our patent-pending brewing process creates a new type of beer that quenches your thirst - so toasting your PR won’t impede recovery. At ZēLUS, we carefully identify beer styles, develop recipes, adjust water profiles, and keep alcohol content low to produce one of the most hydration-friendly beers (that’s also incredibly tasty!). Named after Zelus, the Greek spirit of competition  and rivalry, our craft beer was created for you to enjoy after your zealous endeavors.

 

Founded in January 2015 ZēLUS was created by a group of craft beer lovers who among them have run in dozens of marathons and half marathons, as well as competed in triathlons, half ironmans, and more. With past and present careers in product development, biochemistry and cell biology this unique team has brought their array of talents, expertise and passions together to develop a first of its kind brand and some exceptional beer.

 
 
 
 
The best of the bunch is Race Pace (3.7 percent ABV), a New England mild ale heavily hopped with Galaxy and Mandarina Bavaria. It smells as pungently tropical as your favorite pale ale and packs a ton of flavor for the ABV. All of the ZēLUS brews taste a little salty, which is kind of the point, but each stands up on its own even if you didn’t know they were supposed to be extra quenching.
— Gary Dzen, Boston Globe
ZēLUS carefully identifies beer styles, develops recipes, adjusts water profiles, and keeps alcohol content low to produce one of the most refreshing beers available.
— Sommbeer
Booze Better - Cast aside your watery, low-carb brew for a beer that’s more adventure worthy.
— Triathlete Magazine