Redemption Rock Brewing Co. is a brewery, taproom, and cafe in Worcester, MA.
333 Shrewsbury Street, Worcester, MA (Entrance on Putnam Ln.)
10am-10pm Wed, 10am-11pm Thurs-Sat, 10am-10pm Sun
History and Mission
Redemption Rock Brewing Co. opened its doors in January 2019, in Worcester, MA. It is a registered Massachusetts Benefit Corporation (B Corp). It was founded by a team of lifelong (or so) craft beer fanatics.
It’s build on the idea that life’s too short not to celebrate great beer and people. Think the beer fest experience: good times with friends, an opportunity to explore all that beer has to offer, and a strong sense of camaraderie and community.
We make beer for people, not just for hardcore beer nerds. Our beer is for casual fans, traditionalists and experimentalists alike. We’re not interested in chasing trends and we’re not guardians of history, either. We’re dedicated to high-quality, fun beer – in all its forms.
Interested in a career in craft beer? And do you want to help make a difference in your community? Learn more about joining the Redemption Rock team here.
Brewing to Benefit Community
Redemption Rock Brewing Co. is registered as a Massachusetts Benefit Corporation, or B Corp. This means that giving back to the community is more than just something we’re passionate about — it’s an essential part of our company.
What do we care about? Local partnerships. Conservation. Corporate transparency. Promoting women in business and beer. Sustainability. But mostly, we’re focused on being good citizens and contributing to the community any way we can.
At Redemption Rock, tipping is neither required or expected. We pay our employees a fair wage that doesn’t rely on tips.
However, if you feel compelled to leave a cash tip, we will donate all tips to a specific non-profit organization each month.
For March, all tips will be donated to the Regional Environmental Council (REC). REC is a grassroots environmental and food justice organization located in Worcester, Mass. Its programs improve health by improving access to local farm products, helping local residents buy or safely grow their own food, and providing low-income teens with jobs that teach them urban farming, business development, job/life skills, and about the importance of growing and eating healthy foods. These programs not only help Worcester's most under-served communities to thrive and they also strengthen Worcester's vitality and the fabric of its civic life.