Harpoon Brewery FAQ's
We take great pride in the quality of our beers, and as a result put tremendous care into ensuring that our beer stays as fresh as possible on its trip from the Brewery to your fridge. Our date stamps are clearly legible on both our cases and bottle. This way, you can be sure that you’re drinking the freshest beer possible from Harpoon! Most Harpoon bottled beers will have a “Best By” date ink-jetted on the bottle. It will be printed in bright yellow ink so that it’s easy for you to read. The Best By date will be approximately 120 days after the beer is bottled for IPA and 150 days for other products. Some Leviathan beers are well-suited to aging. These beers will have the year stamped on the side, as well as on the neck label. That way you can save some for years and enjoy them at various stages of their development.
Calories: 165-175 Carbs: 14.5g - 16.5g Variability is due to seasonal/crop year variability in malted barley characteristics.
Yes! Harpoon Ciders are naturally gluten-free. Harpoon Cider’s gluten content has been independently measured at less than 20 parts per million and does not contain any ingredients that contain gluten or ingredients that have been processed to remove gluten, meeting the FDA's threshold for gluten-free. We are also developing a unique Pale Ale that will be available on draft in limited quantities at the Boston brewery only. This beer is fermented from grains containing gluten and crafted to remove gluten. While independent testing using the best method we know of - the Competitive R5 ELISA method – has shown that the gluten content is below the FDA threshold of 20 ppm, this product may contain gluten. We have made available detailed information regarding the testing and results.
Any questions you have about visiting us at the brewery are probably answered in our FAQs. If not, feel free to give us a call at 617-456-2322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors to the brewery will find numerous parking options in the area, including metered parking on Northern Avenue and a Pay Parking Garage across the street from the brewery (also on Northern Avenue). Taking the Silver Line to the Brewery is HIGHLY recommended. There is limited on site parking. During weekdays, daytime parking on site is limited to a few visitor parking spaces for short term visits only (for example, visitors purchasing a growler or merchandise). After 6:00pm on weekdays and all day on weekends, additional spaces are available in the parking lots adjacent to the brewery. Please take note of parking information on signage. Directions and parking info.