Boston Beer Museum, Boston
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This tour is well worth your trip to Jamaica Plain. Went there around Easter of last year, and caught the last tour of the day. Super guide, explained the process well, and we left with enough samples... read more »
The original Sam Adams brewery offers a morning tour which includes tastings of some of their limited edition specialty beers. The basic tour is brief, but informative, covering the ingredients: barle... read more »
I've done the tour at Sam Adams more times than I can remember and have always enjoyed it. The guides have always been informative, and generally are entertaining. Other reviews have complained about ... read more »
Nice place, gets packed quick when a game wraps up across the street. We've been to this location of BBW a few times before, the food is good, some beers are good, some are weird, and some are bad. Service is very polite and attentive.
If you can make it to Fenway Park more than an hour before a Red Sox game, this is a great place to grab a brew and a quick bite. My personal favorite is the Chowda, which includes bacon mixed in with the clams, potatoes, onion, and celery in a creamy broth. I also enjoy the simple Charlestown Burger which includes cheddar cheese and bacon (okay, apparently I like bacon). As for the beer, you almost cannot go wrong any of the selections, but my personal favorite is the Bunker Hill Blueberry. The pregame atmosphere is obviously a little hectic and it gets a bit loud. Additionally, there aren't many places to camp comfortably if you have to wait for a table; luckily, a good brew will at least distract you until one becomes ready.
The food is great. The best and properly uncooked Ahi Tuna in many years and around the country. The beer selection is good. Not overwhelming but interesting, really tasty, and for everyone. And the servers... Kudos to Caitlyn. She is the friendliest and nicest server I've seen in forever
Food and drinks were good... Service was atrocious. We had to literally write our food and 2 drink orders on blank receipt papers, walk up to the bar and hand them to the staff.. What??!! Then after we left a zero dollars tip on a 240 tab, the bar tender had the nerve to say, "gratuity isn't include." No duh. No tips for doing our own waiting... What a joke.
We stopped in before the Red Sox game. The food was very good. They have a good selection of beer. Staff was very nice and very helpful when trying to select a beer. This place gets very crowded before a game.
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