I spent a weekend in this nice little town. Fresh donuts in the morning, even at like 3am you can get coffee and a donut. The brewery is a huge warehouse. We went for the harvest festival and had a good time. For us at the time is was great to know one of the brewery managers and got a bunch of things to eat for almost free. The food prived by some seafood place was pretty good and we had great weather. Not the biggest fan of the hops in most of the brews but they did have a pumpkin stout and some contract stuff that was pretty good. Well we got to drink the contract stuff. Very friendly people and staff and the live music was great. The harvest on cask was also pretty good. Thanks Carla.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Stopped by to see if I could get any of the pre-pro lager. Unfortunately, they didnt have any left at the brewery, but everyone on the small brew team was extremely friendly and chatted with me about beer for a while, invited me in to take a look and have a few drinks. They also told me every place on the North shore and in Boston that I could find the Best Bitter and Pre-pro. The brewery itself is just that, a brewery. No tasting room or bar or anything, but they do give ad-hoc tours and fill growlers. Not real easy to find either, so it wouldnt be a place to come and see unless you live fairly close. The actual brewery is in a large warehouse amidst a bunch of fishing and shipping warehouses and a fish market.