Grab a Pint of an Experimental Beer at Samuel Adams Brewery
When the Samuel Adams Brewery in Boston opened in 1988, craft beer hadn’t yet exploded the way it has today. Back then, the concept of creating an artisan beer that was on par with fine wine seemed ludicrous. Now, three decades later, it’s obvious that Jim Koch, the founder of Sam Adams, was onto something. Although Sam Adams now has three production breweries throughout the country, only the brewery in Boston also has a taproom where you can taste what brewers are working on.
Come to the Sam Adams Brewery to take a behind-the-scenes tour, first, and watch the brewmasters at work. Then grab a stool in the taproom and try one of the classic or experimental brews on tap. Right now, you can grab a pint of Boston Lager, Cold Snap, or New England IPA at the brewpub. The taproom doesn’t serve food, but often hosts food trucks. There are also many spots nearby where you can grab a bite.