During your visit to Boston, you'll no doubt learn about Samuel Adams and the role he played in the American Revolution. Of course, you should also know he was a brewer, and his namesake brewery put American craft brewing on the map in the 1980s. When you visit the Samuel Adams Brewery, you literally sample a taste of history.
Experience the entire brewing process, from start to finish. Taste the special malts used to brew Samuel Adams and smell the Noble hops that give Samuel Adams' beers their distinct flavor and aroma. Let's face it, how many opportunities (outside of college) do you get to learn about history and drink beer at the same time?
Monday-Thursday, 10:00 am-3:00 pm; Friday, 10:00 am-5:30 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am-3:00 pm; Tours leave approximately every 45 minutes.
Sundays and some U.S. holidays. Please visit website for full listing of closings.
Tour is open to visitors of all ages. Proper ID required in order to sample beer. Tour is free to the public. One piece of glassware per person over 21.
Take the T: Orange Line to Stony Brook stop. Above ground, turn left onto Boylston Street and go straight. At the first set of lights, turn right onto Amory Street. Take the first left onto Porter Street and look for the 'Samuel Adams' signs.