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Samuel Adams Brewery

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Samuel Adams Brewery

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Emmy wrote a review Nov 2020
14 contributions7 helpful votes
FYI Look, they’re super nice, extremely cool place, but regardless of what you read there are no tours! At all! Check by CALLING before you go- that was literally the only thing I did not do. I checked everywhere else and it all said open. Just call! Still enjoyed a flight and hanging out.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Susan wrote a review Sep 2020
Florida Keys, Florida3 contributions
This tour is a must for many reasons. Firstly, it’s free, which is incredible. You are asked to make a donation, which is a really nice touch than just charging. The tour guide was one of our best and the free beers at the end were unexpected.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Judith L wrote a review Mar 2020
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Family was visiting from out of town, and we were looking for something fun to do on a cold winter afternoon. We decided to take the Classic Tour at Sam Adams Brewery. There is no charge, (although a donation is suggested - all money goes to support community endeavors). Since it was. Friday, there were tours scheduled every half-hour. We didn't have to wait, and walked right in. The tour guide was well-informed, and kept things moving, and humorous. The tour consisted of a brief history of Sam Adams beer, how it was made, and the research and development that kept it changing. It ended with a tasting of three different beers (you get to keep the tasting glasses.). It is located near the Stony Brook T stop on the Orange line. There is a very small parking lot, or else street parking. This was a great tour, and kept us out of the wind for 1 hour!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Measuretwice8 wrote a review Feb 2020
Hicksville, New York317 contributions89 helpful votes
Are you in or near Boston? Do you have an hour or so to spare? Do you like beer? If the answers to these questions are “yes” then you need to get over to the Samuel Adams Brewery tour. The free tour, while not extensive (most production brewing is done at other sites) -is fun and informative. We have done a number of brewery tours before at both large and small breweries - this was the best one by far. Our knowledgeable guide explained Samuel Adams Brewery’s history, brew process, and even let us taste some of the brew ingredients. But the highlight was a stop in the tap room where we all tried several different beers and got a quick lesson in the finer points of beer tasting. Overall a good time!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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chriscourtney60 wrote a review Feb 2020
Aylesford, United Kingdom290 contributions18 helpful votes
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Great tour here, looking at how the beer is made and what is included, which was very informative. The tour is free, which is surprising as these are normally paid for. You get to sample 3 types of beer after and are told about them. The gift shop offers a wide variety of beer to but which I have done for returning to England. After went to the Tap Room and I would highly recommend it for a fun afternoon trying various beers.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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