Leominster Beer Guide: Your Leominster guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Leominster

60 /100
Rye & Thyme (Restaurant)
“Sat in the basement, on a weeknight, with one person behind the floating taps. Parking is easy with a lot right there, but finding the entrance is not as easy, smells kind of like a basement too, and weird seating layout. Seated at the bar, the bartender wanted to talk BeerAdvocate and insisted that Heady Topper was the best beer in the world, bar none. Okay douche. PBR on tap as well as one handpull tap, some other treats and crazy expensive bottle list Uncle Jacobs for $20/12oz. They offer short pours on all drafts for 2-3 dollars which is nice. The food was okay, nothing special. in Lem-in-ster this is a good a places as you’ll find, but you should train the staff to keep their personal opinions as opinions instead of spewing incorrect info that they read on BA.“
jmikolich 2728 days ago
72 /100
Rye & Thyme (Restaurant)
“Stopped in just before 5pm today. They offer flights of beers as well as a nice selection of bottles in thier cellar. Higher end 750 ml bottles, 22 oz. bottles and a nice varitey of 12 oz. as well. My buddy and I didn’t eat so I can’t comment on the food but the beer bar was really nice. The bartender was friendly and chatted beer with us. He wasn’t a hardcore beer geek but he did know mostly what he was talking about. Breweries on tap were Jacks Abby, Pretty Things, Sixpoint, Coney Island, Dark Horse, Troegs and Wachusett Brewing and even PBR. Overall a nice place to grab a brew. Prices are about normal for the New England area.“
AirForceHops 2907 days ago
82 /100
Rye & Thyme (Restaurant)
“This place opened in a spot where a very popular restaurant once stood. It is part of the Niche Hospitality Group of Worcester which includes other excellent restaurants. Food is very good, service is good but attribute that to being new. They recently opened up a downstairs beer cellar which is vey good. Nice selection of draft beer and bottle selection is also very good. Prices of bottles are excellent. The cellar opens at 5pm and has food specials till 7. Management seems committed to providing craft beer though they need to change up their selection a bit, been the same for a while. Also, the website does not list the drafts in the cellar. Finally a good beer establishment in the Twin Cities!“
gmenafo 3015 days ago
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