I stopped at the Cambridge Brewing Company in Cambridge, Massachusetts for lunch. My good friend Dan joined me and we caught up after not seeing each other for the past five years. Good times! He enjoyed the CBC Burger and I had the Turkey Cobb Wrap. Lunch was so good that later in the day I stopped back for a Cambridge Amber, which was really tasty. The bartender also set me up with a solid sample of the delicious 13% ABV Benevolence strong dark ale. Great food and great beer.
I stopped in at John Harvard’s Brewery & Alehouse in Cambridge, Massachusetts for dinner. The fish and chips was really delicious. I also had a chance to enjoy the Tilted ROB Hoppy Amber Lager. Not only was this a tasty beer, purchasing it supports ALS research in the Ales for ALS campaign. Great beer for a great cause.
I stopped in at Trillium Brewing Company in Boston, Massachusetts and had a small taste of the Pot & Kettle Oatmeal Porter. Wow! This must have been one of the most smooth, drinkable porters I’ve had. Delicious! Stopping in from out of town I wasn’t really able to take out a growler – didn’t have enough time to enjoy it. The tap room is a really neat historic/industrial space. I hope to be able to stop in here again the next time I’m in Boston.
I stopped in at Harpoon Brewery in Boston, Massachusetts again (8/5/15) – after lunch at Yankee Lobster Company and before heading to Boston Logan airport. After having clam chowder and fried clam strips for lunch I needed a good beer before heading home. The Nordic Saison hit it! I enjoyed the refreshing tartness of the beer. Wish I could have stayed for more but my flight was calling for me. Can’t wait to visit Boston again and stop in at Harpoon!
I stopped in at the Harpoon Brewery in Boston, Massachusetts and enjoyed the tour. We toured through the brewing facility and saw the entire operation. And, during the tour we enjoyed tastings of a number of beers. My favorite was the Rye IPA.
The brewery has quite a tap room and is a great place to stop in for a beer. The tour is great and I highly recommend it.
I stopped in at the Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts for the brewery tour. I completely recommend this tour. Our tour guide, Amanda, was really funny and very informative. She went through the entire brewing process and showed us the research brewery. The facility in Boston is now only for research and development. The production brewing is now done elsewhere. And, of course, at the end of the tour we sampled Sam Adams Boston Lager and Summer Ale. We all know the trademark taste of Sam Adams Boston Lager. For many folks this was the Renaissance of beer back in the day.
When in Sin City (Las Vegas) what do you do? Stop in at Sin City Brewing Company in Las Vegas, Nevada. I enjoyed the light beer. I figured I could use a little light in sin city. Actually the beer was refreshing. and I didn’t need to repent or repint – see below…
Although I would love to see what gets written on to these blackboards…
I did learn that Sin City Brewing Company brews its beer at the Gordon Biersch facility based on a long relationship between ownership. That’s cool. Gordon Biersch is solid.
I stopped in at the Tenaya Creek Brewery in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Ocilac Brown was smooth and malty. An enjoyable beer.
I stopped in at the Chicago Brewing Company in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yeah, that’s right. It’s a bit confusing. However, the Chi-town Turkey Wrap and the Hardway IPA were very good. In fact, I believe the beer here is the best I’ve had in Las Vegas.
I stopped in at the Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery in Las Vegas, Nevada and felt reassured that its possible for a casino to have an operating brewery. The Marker Pale Ale was refreshing and very enjoyable.
I stopped in at the Ellis Island Casino & Brewery in Las Vegas, Nevada and tried the Amber. As you can see from the picture, all craft beers are $2.00, a bargain! The amber was good. I’m not sure connecting a microbrewery with a casino is the best idea, even in Las Vegas.