|Goodfire Tri Combs||8%||5/21/2023|
|Schneider Weisse 04 - Festweisse (150 Jahre, 2022-)||6%||5/21/2023|
|Kent Falls Public Night||4%||5/21/2023|
|Allagash / Crowns & Hops Cur-8||6.5%||5/21/2023|
|Allagash The Cellars #2||7.6%||5/21/2023|
|Hill Farmstead Double Riwaka||8%||4/9/2023|
|Allagash Wildlife Report||8%||4/9/2023|
|Hill Farmstead Excursions: Nelson Lakes||6%||12/4/2022|
|Singlecut I’m An Alligator||8.2%||10/22/2022|
|Fox Farm The Cottage||5.2%||8/3/2022|
|Allagash Stories Told||7.5%||8/3/2022|
|Fantôme La Dalmatienne (Light)||8%||8/2/2022|
|Fox Farm Allegro - Bhumi||6.8%||8/2/2022|
|Tilquin Mûre - Draft Version 4.8%||4.8%||8/2/2022|
theisti (1128) Kansas | October 10, 2021
Visited for dinner on a Sunday night. Two rooms indoors with sidewalk tables or a cool biergarten setup on the street (seems to be a Covid reaction, I hope it is permanent). High level beer list with some harder to find beers from a number of NE breweries. Large rarer bottle menu as well. Nice food menu, good service really like the neighborhood spot vibe of this place. Right on the C line, near Boston College. (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time) I only use the total score, not the component parts.
panopticum (110) New York | November 2, 2018
radarsock (112) Massachusetts | March 17, 2017
One naggingly popular, stiflingly always-crowded beer bar whose building blandly rests about ten minutes northwest from the downtown area, situated in the Corey Farm neighborhood of Brookline. Go on week days and avoid the nights along with weekends entirely. Service is friendly and prompt, but without reliable intel as to what they’ll be tapping, the massive beer-happy hordes can be a bit much. Burgers were exceptionally juicy and delicious as were the crab cakes and turkey sandwiches I ordered on my second and third visits. Remarkably extensive tap list that wonderfully had featured precious Exhibit A IPAs, a brewery I hadn’t seen much elsewhere. Habitually fresh Trillium is a major reason folks swoop in, including myself.
Sammy (970) Toronto, Ontario | August 22, 2016
a recommended stop. to boston’s west. pleasant and major league. emphasing the best beers going about on the east coast, fresh and first choice.
solidfunk (985) Washington D.C., Washington DC | May 5, 2016
Popped over here in time for last call on a layover in Boston a couple of months ago. Decent list with some Trilliums on draught - the main reason I came out here. The rest of their list was mostly run of the mill, with only one or two locals items of interest. Service decently friendly considering this is Boston. Much better than relatively nearby Deep Ellum, but wouldn’t recommend you head out here from downtown if you are here for a short time. No flights.
pabloscafe (26) , | March 31, 2016
Very good beer, trillium on draught always a bonus. Good service, noisy and popular, one of the best bars in Boston, no doubt.
tdtm82 (138) , England | August 26, 2015
Awesome range of styles, great understanding of Belgium beers and Belgium food. Great service. Lovely range of hoppy IPAs on. Superb experience. Easily one of my favourite bars. Even has my favourite mustard from Belgium on the shelf . The detail is what counts and here they rock that. Hard.
gdierksen (4) Brookline, Massachusetts | June 19, 2015
Hands down my favorite beer bar in Boston. I’ve been here many times and the service is always helpful and welcoming. The bar is loosely split into domestic (main room) versus imports (Monk’s Cell) but both can be had at either bar. The selection of Belgian beers in bottles is particularly good but drafts are mostly domestic (and MA local). The food is very good and pairs very well with what’s pouring. My singular complaint is that the drafts are not rotated as often as I’d like, however I do visit on a weekly basis.
Boudicca (1429) London, England | April 20, 2015
A popular neighbourhood bar with homely food and an emphasis on Belgian and Belgian style beers. I’ve visited when it’s been packed to the gills with hardly anywhere to perch but the last time it was on a cold Sunday at brunch time when it was fairly quiet with just a few families eating there. The brunch was very good and the beer list is always good too, with plenty of choice. (Last visited 28 October 2012).
johnnnniee (209) Bedford, New Hampshire | August 11, 2014
I stopped in here for the first time this past Saturday, my wife treated me for our anniversary, she rocks! Stoneish facade outside wooden tables with church pews at many locations inside. Bar prominently to the front left as you walk in with a vast open seating area at two levels. Quite busy considering how early we were eating but we were promptly seated and watered. Draft list somewhere around 40 deep with a nice bottle list albeit a bit pricy. 58 dollars for a bottle of Cascade Kriek for example. I settled into a late afternoon of trillium beers and was not disappointed. We had frites to start and they were quite good as were the dipping sauces, although oddly most of the fries were cut really short, were talking 1 to 2 inches long at most. I had mac and cheese and my wife had a chicken sandwich and we were both very pleased with our meals. Service was quite good I never felt thirsty or neglected. Pricing seemed about what I expect in the Boston area which means a bit more than at home. Great experience, If I were in the area there is no doubt I would would stop in here again.