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After working out of a 1,500-square-foot abandoned shirt factory for the first six months, a rough harvest season stifled Downeast’s access to resources. According to Matt, the company moved to Massachusetts to be closer to its new apple supplier.
The new Downeast facility sits within 30 minutes of the Northeastern campus, which led the Brockman brothers to open their company up to co-ops.
“We are waiting for applications for that right now. It will be our first,” Matt Brockman said. “We are looking for a lab technician to assist with quality control and quality assurance tasks such as microbiological testing, fermentation monitoring and other data collection.”
Junior Keira Lynch, a marketing major at Northeastern and a native of Ireland, is a prospective applicant to Downeast’s co-op position.
“With everyone being young, a lot of people are interested in that kind of area,” Lynch said. “We have Guinesses and also the Diageo Graduate Program (DGP) at home, and this is definitely an area that I’m interested in.”
Lynch added that experience at Downeast could allow her to potentially break into one of these two programs in Ireland. According to the DGP website, graduate students can apply for placement in marketing, sales, human resources, finance or supply concentrations.
From its current base in Charlestown, Downeast has expanded its circulation to include New York, New Jersey and almost the entire New England region, Matt Brockman said.
Northeastern student Adhav Sairamgandhi, a graduate student in the telecommunications systems management program, said he enjoys the product.
“I think I had the traditional flavor,” Sairamgandhi said. “It was light, crisp. I definitely prefer it to Angry Orchard.”
Ross Brockman also stressed Downeast’s commitment to community outreach events, such as charity concerts and exhibitions for local artists, adding the company will continue to rent out its locations for these types of initiatives.
“As you would throw a house party, we would throw a house party,” Ross Brockman said. “But our house is a little bit bigger with a lot more alcohol.”
Photo courtesy Matt Brockman