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We were visiting the area and searched out microbreweries and were directed here. A great diamond in the rough. Off the beaten path they are inside of an old factory. The staff were all pleasant, informative and cordial. We heard about their beers and history....More
Stopped in the brewery before it was actually opened to the public but they let us in anyway and were super friendly. We got to try their beers which were all good, not too hoppy.
Their beer prices are very reasonable and the tasting is...More
Hubby & I went and loved it. About 7 different brews to try and they were all good (Hub had a hard time choosing which was his favorite). Service from Tim & Pat was upbeat and friendly. Tour and tasting is about an hour -...More
This is a fun brewery, there is a lot of room, and a three-piece band sets up to entertain. When it is busy, there are long lines to get another drink. You do get ample drink tickets, which is nice. There isn't much differentiation in...More
This place has the best price for growler refills. The staff is very sociable and the beers are good. You'll want to try whatever nanobrew is on tap and ask about the barrel aged beers...the gin barrel aged IPA is fantastic.
Cottrell Brewery is a small operation in the back of an industrial lot. On your way in, don't worry, you are in the right place. Right after you enter you will see the tasting bar where they will let you try all 5 of their...More
We went for a couples day in the mystic area. Found Cottrell online and were pleasantly surprised! Unique opportunity to see the inside of an active brewery. Enjoyed all of the beer tastings. The man helping us was very knowledgable and told us a lot...More
It was really neat to see the inside of a brewery and learn about the beer-making process. Our guide was very nice.
We got to taste 7 beers. They brew some pretty funky stuff...the fungus beer was repulsive, and the beers aged in whiskey barrels...More