Samuel Adams Brewery

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  • Boston: VIP Brewery & Beer-Tasting Tour with Meal

    1. Boston: VIP Brewery & Beer-Tasting Tour with Meal

    Get an in-depth analysis of up to 16 different beers on a beer tasting tour of Boston. Enjoy a delectable lunch and beer pairing at Chelsea Station, and learn how one of Boston’s premier beer bars maintains 100 different beers on draft. Whether you’re a light beer drinker or a connoisseur of the brew, this is the perfect introduction to Boston’s top breweries, cider houses and distilleries. From pilsners to stouts, your beer guides will introduce you to award-winning beers of all styles. On Monday to Friday tours, visit legendary brewers including the Samuel Adams Brewing Company, Chelsea Station, Downeast Cider House, Night Shift Brewing or Mystic Brewery. On Saturday tours, the route may vary. Samuel Adams Brewing Company:  Learn the history of the Samuel Adams brewery and who the brewer and patriot Samuel Adams was on an immersive look at the brewing process from st...

    Tour guide really knew a lot and we got a great history of beer. The tour was good. We went to Sam Adams and this was a really interesting tour (but we did get the same as everyone else (big crowd) with the addition of one extra taste of beer. We also went to 3 other places all interesting and with a good variety of beer --though the tasting sizes (going back to the extra taste at Sam Adams) were a little slim. We did have a good meal, which was served with a beer sample paddle.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Lots of great information along with some good beer!

Tour guide really knew a lot and we got a great history of beer. The tour was good. We went to Sam Adams and this was a really interesting tour (but we did get the same as everyone else (big crowd) with the addition of one extra taste of beer. We also went to 3 other places all interesting and with a good variety of beer --though the tasting sizes (going back to the extra taste at Sam Adams) were a little slim. We did have a good meal, which was served with a beer sample paddle.

A great light-hearted way to spend the day.

Great food, drinks, and history lesson. Andy was a fun character.

great time

lots of beer history, beer drinking and interesting sites