Ribbon cutting marks official opening for Cold Harbor

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Ribbon cutting marks official opening for Cold Harbor
William and Jen Oliveira cut the ribbon that marked the official opening of Cold Harbor Brewing Co. at 66 Otis St. on Saturday, Aug. 12. (Photo/Maureen Sullivan)

WESTBOROUGH – Cold Harbor Brewing Co. is officially open.

After a week of “soft opening,” the brewery/restaurant celebrated its arrival at 66 Otis St. with a ribbon cutting on Saturday, Aug. 12.

Members of the Route 9/495 Corridor Regional Chamber of Commerce were among those welcoming the business, which started at Milk Street about 10 years ago.

“William and Jen Oliveira had a dream … they had a passion for beer,” said Karen Chapman, president and CEO of the chamber. “They made [Cold Harbor] a destination for Westborough. We are so proud of you. Thank you for choosing Westborough.”

State reps. Kate Donaghue (D-Westborough) and Hannah Kane (R-Shrewsbury), and a representative from state Sen. Michael Moore’s (D-Millbury) office, presented citations from the State House.

“We’ll miss you on Milk Street,” said Donaghue, who lives near the original location.

Members of the Select Board were also on hand to congratulate Cold Harbor.

“You have exceeded expectations,” said Chair Sean Keogh.

Owner William Oliveira began his thanks with his “number one partner.”

“If it weren’t for Jen, none of this would have been possible,” he said.

He also credited his bank, his builder and his staff for Cold Harbor’s phenomenal start at Otis Street.

Cold Harbor will be open Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. For the latest, visit https://www.facebook.com/ColdHarborBrewingCompany.

Ribbon cutting marks official opening for Cold Harbor
State Rep. Hannah Kane, left, presents a citation from the state House of Representatives during the official opening of Cold Harbor Brewing Co. at 66 Otis St. on Saturday, Aug. 12. (Photo/Maureen Sullivan)

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