Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen teams up with Flour Bakery for Stout and Pastry Tasting Kit Night

After passage of the initial Federal CARES Act, the BLDC requested and received a grant of $693,000 from the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA). The grant allowed the BLDC to create a new loan fund that provides financing to Boston businesses that are suffering from the severe economic disruption caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen, a current BLDC loan borrower, is one of the first Boston businesses to receive financing through this new fund. This additional financing will help Brato Brewhouse make it through the winter months. Brato Brewhouse is a brewery and restaurant with a full kitchen located on North Beacon Street in the city’s Allston neighborhood. Throughout the pandemic, Brato has been utilizing their ample outdoor and indoor space to follow social distance regulations and keep their customers and staff safe without sacrificing the quality of the dining experience. Brato’s creativity and initiative has been a key to the restaurant’s continued success. Brato has created 25 jobs with a starting wage of at least $15 an hour. 11 of these positions are filled by Boston residents. The owners have established themselves as good corporate citizens who hope to continue fostering a healthy community while providing their patrons great food and beer.

Brato is teaming up with Flour Bakery to bring you a box of pastries to pair with their new stout, “Darkest Before Dawn”. Everyone will get a simple reheat and serve dinner, along with a box of four pastries from Flour to be able to pair with two growlers of stout. This special menu offering is an awesome example of both the owners’ creativity and the yummy food that they provide.

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