For more than 30 years, no beer has been as synonymous with the city of Boston as Sam Adams, named after the well-known patriot who played a critical role in the Boston Tea Party and American Revolution.
For a real taste–literally and figuratively–of Boston, a visit to the Sam Adams Brewery is a must. The brewery is among the city's most popular attractions for both beer-loving tourists and locals. Learn about the general history of beer-making and the brewing process, as well as what makes Sam Adams unique. Visitors can sample raw ingredients along the way and gain an appreciation for the materials involved.
Admission is free, and the brewery is open year-round, except for most major holidays. Hours are Monday through Thursday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Friday until 5:30 p.m. Due to limited onsite parking, the brewery recommends using public transportation.