This is a pleasant place to visit. There are tours but they are not really walk-around tours but more of a lecture and Q&A in the brew house. Nice retail room and there are far more beers here than you can find in the stores. You can buy cans, bottles, or growlers of most except the small batch limited editions. Friendly staff. Plenty of parking.
Small and cozy brewery setup. Enter through the gift shop, with tshirts and branded pint glasses. Small íself-administeredí tour area in the back where you can see some fermenters and the brew kit. Six beers on the day I visited, all were mediocre. Nice staff and a decent deal on the tasters. Bottles are expensive (and not to be consumed on site). If youíre on the Cape it is worth dropping by, if for no other reason that there really isnít anywhere else to go for fresh beer.
Came in here on a rainy Tuesday and the place was packed to the point of chaos. Not sure anyone was working at all other than a person or two behind the bar. People were shoving and angry. Lots of unsupervised children running around. A line of about 50 people to get a sampler glass, and then wait in that same line every time to get a refill? No Thanks! Iíve had a few of their beers before, and I would have liked to try more, but not with that kind of madness. We were there for about 5 minutes and just decided to leave. This was a total pass for me. Maybe Iíll revisit next time Iím on the Cape, but kind of doubt it.
A quick stop to refill a growler I inherited. No time to sample a flight, but Iíve had plenty of their beers before and was searching for stuff to round out what I had missed seasonally. They keep a good amount of bombers in a cooler along with their tap offerings. I unfortunately had missed out on their Hot Blonde, which they said had only lasted a week (I was there two weeks after the release). An okay brewshop along with a small beer garden and the facilities themselves, I was pretty much there only for the retail, but looking forward to going back. A bit of an odd location, but looks like here they have the room they need as opposed to their former place on Main St. Hyannis.
Stopped in on a Saturday. Service was top notch. Had a flight and a pint. Flight was $5 for 5 samples, pint was $5 also. 9 beers on tap, free tortilla chips in the taproom and a very laid back atmosphere. You also get to keep your tasting glass from the flight. Seems somewhat random in terms of location. Beer was solid. Very industrial feeling.
A bit outside of town in an industrial area. Big place with lots of swag. Friendly staff with 5 house brews on tap. Five bucks and you get it keep the glass. Growlers and pints a plenty. Worth the trip of your in the area.
Great tour and very imppressive in depth conversation about brewing especially the fact that a small brewery is the center of a spiderweb linked with other small businesses in the area such as local bakers and farms. Plus I got the last available growler of Stargazer, cant wait to go back.
I remember stopping here on a rainy day. the tour was pretty in depth about beer making process which bored my mother in law to the point of waiting in car. decor leaves plenty to be desired but you get samples and growlers arenít much money and the staff was nice.