Finch Gets Crafty with a New Beer Menu

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Finch at The Boxer, a member of Independent Collection Hotels, is the first venue in Massachusetts to showcase a selection of beers from Finch Beer Company (Chicago, IL), a craft brewery.

Finch at The Boxer Hotel opened this May.

Finch, the Boston restaurant and bar located within The Boxer, a new downtown Boston boutique hotel, is unveiling a list of over 20 craft beer selections. From domestics to imports and microbrews to crafts, Finch’s vast and varied new selections are sure to satiate the thirst of any beer connoisseur.

Served in mason jars, Finch now will offer the following domestic craft options hailing from 10 states ($6.50 each):

  •     Allagash Belgian White – ME
  •     Anchor Steam – CA
  •     Brooklyn Lager – NY
  •     Cisco Sankaty Light – MA
  •     Cisco Whales Tail Pale Ale – MA
  •     Clown Shoes Hoppy Feet – MA
  •     Clown Shoes Swagger – MA
  •     Ipswich Ale Oatmeal Stout – MA
  •     Left Hand Milk Stout – CO
  •     Magic Hat #9 – VT
  •     Newport Storm Blueberry – RI
  •     Smuttynose IPA – NH
  •     Victory Prima Pilsner – PA
  •     Wachusett Brewing Black Shack Porter – MA
  •     Wasatch Ghostrider – UT
  •     Wasatch Pumpkin – UT
  •     Woodstock Autumn Ale – NH

Our unique Boston restaurant & bar, Finch has teamed up with the aptly named Finch Beer Company (Chicago, IL) to be the first venue to showcase a selection of their beers in Massachusetts, available in 16-ounce cans ($8 each):

  •     Finch Cut Throat Pale Ale
  •     Finch Fascist Pig
  •     Finch Stout

For those who like the classics, Finch will continue to offer more mainstream pours ($5.50 each) including:

  •     Bud Light
  •     Budweiser
  •     Heineken
  •     Stella Artois
  •     Strong Brow Hard Cider

Finch is located at The Boxer on 107 Merrimac Street, Boston, MA 02114. Beer selections range from $5.50 - $8. For reservations, please call 617.624.0211.


Located within The Boxer, the newest Boston boutique hotel in Boston’s West End neighborhood, Finch serves American fare with a modern New England influence for breakfast, light bites and dinner. Finch also offers a handcrafted cocktail program, rooted in the classics using modern twists and techniques. Many of the cocktails’ names pay homage to The Boxer’s surroundings, name and the city of Boston itself. Finch is open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. and the bar shakes up cocktails through 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Finch can accommodate up to 70 guests and is available for events, functions and meetings. Finch is located within The Boxer at 107 Merrimac Street in Boston. For more information, please visit or call 617.624.0211. Follow The Boxer on Facebook and Twitter.


The Boxer is a full service boutique Boston hotel in the heart of downtown, near TD Garden, Mass General Hospital and the North End. The 80-room hotel is uniquely modern and eclectic with echoes of Boston in its design, and tells its story through design, artwork, distinguished standards, and most importantly, personalized and intuitive service. Following an extensive renovation and rebranding initiative, HHM’s Independent Collection unveiled its new hotel in May of 2013, along with its new bar and restaurant, Finch. The Boxer name is symbolic of, and celebrates, the independent spirit of individuals who stand strong for their beliefs, bringing forth the very essence of Boston as a proud, loyal city with an unshakeable sense of itself and its significance in history. For more information, please visit or call 617.624.0202. Follow The Boxer on Facebook and Twitter.


The Independent Collection is a growing collection of smaller, more intimate boutique lifestyle hotels located in truly unique neighborhoods of gateway cities across the US. The collection is founded on the principles of authenticity, leadership, generosity, and modesty. Hotels of the Independent Collection are created for the independently minded traveler. For more information, please visit:


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