Located on 30 Germania Street in Boston, Massachusetts the Samuel Adams Brewery is one of the most unique and popular places in Jamaica Plain. Although you must be 21 and over to witness this historic brewery tour it is must-see part of the Jamaica Plain suburb of Boston for of-age adventurers. I sent my investigative reporter, Conor McDonough, to experience the brewery.
“It was a really interesting and informative tour,” McDonough explained. “They took you through all the steps in preparing, making and bottling the beer.” He later explained how Samuel Adams let you smell and taste ingredients as well as sample some of their most famous beers. “They let our group taste up to fifteen beers by just passing them around and in my opinion about ten of them were really good.” McDonough also went on to say that some of the last beers they tasted were new beers added to the Samuel Adams collection. “I think they made us the test dummies for some of the new beers and although some of them weren’t too good I was happy they were utilizing my feedback.”
Once you are old enough to experience the brewery, Samuel Adams offers tours Monday through Thursday from 10AM till 3PM, Fridays from 10AM till 5:30PM, and Saturdays from 10AM till 3PM. Finally, the best part about this brewery tour is that it is 100 percent free but donations are always greatly appreciated.