Two Roads Brewing Company, Stratford

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Two Roads isn't just a beer, it's a philosophy. Come and see it for yourself. We serve pints and tasters as well as sell beer to go. Tours are on weekends are $5 a person with tickets being sold day of, first come, first serve.

Bring a snack or have a meal from one of the food trucks parked outside. Please note our brewery is 21+ - no children, babies, minors or pets allowed.
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  • Outside food trucks, outside picnic tables, fresh air, sounds like a lovely break on a road trip until you are turned away because - gasp! - your family is with you. Not only is it not family... 
    Outside food trucks, outside picnic tables, fresh air, sounds like a lovely break on a road trip until you are turned away because - gasp! - your family is with you. Not only is it not family...  more »
  • Not family friendly. No one under 21 allowed. This may be good for some but do not make the drive if love going to craft breweries and you expect to enjoy a beer tasting with your family on a road... 
    Not family friendly. No one under 21 allowed. This may be good for some but do not make the drive if love going to craft breweries and you expect to enjoy a beer tasting with your family on a road...  more »
  • Pretty cool place and very large. I didn't see an elevator and there is a flight of stairs you have to take upstairs to the main big room. I felt a little bit like there needed to be music up there... 
    Pretty cool place and very large. I didn't see an elevator and there is a flight of stairs you have to take upstairs to the main big room. I felt a little bit like there needed to be music up there...  more »
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  • Great brewery in a beautiful old mill building. They have an enormous selection of beers on tap and the staff is great. I love the factory setting with the huge double hung windows. The gift shop has some great stuff as well. I can't wait to return in the future. I highly recommend making a stop here if you're into craft beers. There are food trucks outside as well if you need a bite to eat.
  • This place is simply fantastic. They have so many Gose beer, which is my favorite type of beer. Moreover, you have to check out area 2. The amount of beer and other alcoholic drinks they have on tap is amazing. You simply must come here and experience it. NO MINORS OR DOGS!
  • Road Jam is the bee's knees. All the musical acts were fantastic,the staff is amazing, and all the beer options are exquisite. And great place to hang and get some much needed food truck grub. Will always come back!
  • It's large enough that even when it's busy you can always have a decent spot to enjoy a beer. They have lots of enjoyable events and the whole room is pretty awesome with that classic industrial feel, without being to over the top. The food trucks outside are great to make your beers even more enjoyable. A great spot for a friend or a big group. During the warmer months they have a small but nice spot outside to hang and the beer but is usually there, so that you don't have to go back upstairs to get a new beer. They just built a whole new building but I haven't been over there yet.
  • We made our way here from out of town for the "Dog Days of Summer" event we saw on their website just that morning. Turns out they had canceled because of chance of rain in the forecast but didn't update the site. There's apparently no dogs allowed anywhere at all on their premises, and the dog event would have been an exception. I get it, stuff happens. Not mad that it was canceled, but was disappointed that despite coming from out of town and with a small dog in a carrier (she's 6 pounds and was napping), we weren't allowed to have a drink, even outside on the patio. I don't understand why the event would have changed anything, but whatever.

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