See what’s brewing at Harpoon! The Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, located in Boston's Seaport District, offers a full selection of Harpoon beers straight from the source along with delicious pretzels to pair with your pint. Cap off your trip by taking a guided tour of the brewery! This is the perfect place to enjoy beer with friends.
Tours, fresh Harpoon, UFO, and Clownshoes beers, pretzels, and retail store.
*The Harpoon Beer Hall is 21+ on Saturdays*
Take a guided tour of the Brewery! Learn all about Harpoon and get an up close and personal view of the brewing process. As part of the tour, all visitors 21+ will enjoy a range of freshly-brewed Harpoon and UFO beers.
Monday through Friday, tours start on the hour. On Saturday and Sunday, tours run every 30 minutes. Tickets for Brewery Tours are only available the day of the tour and can only be purchased in person. A guest can purchase as many tickets as they want. If there is a line outside, guests can re-enter ahead of the line 15 minutes before their tour. Guests who are under the age of 21 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian on the brewery tour. Please note, the entire Beer Hall, including tours, is 21+ only on Saturdays.
The following beers are currently on tap in the Beer Hall. Our specialty and limited edition beers. Flights of beer – four 6oz samples. This lineup is subject to change and changes might not always be reflected immediately!
Hopportunity Pale (5.65%): A Pale Ale beautifully blended with pale and copper pilsen malts, and centennial and lemondrop hops.
Jameson Rye Porter (9.8%): “Tasty but rugged” is the way that Harpoon Vermont head brewer, Ryan Thompson, best describes this barrel-aged imperial porter. The addition of rye malt gives the porter some distinctive notes of berry and spice which is rounded out by a healthy amount of Willamette hops. Aged in Jameson Irish Whiskey barrels for over three months, it opens with bright aromatics of whiskey, vanilla, and oak and ﬁnishes with a subtle, whiskey-like warmth.
Rose Ale (5.88%): Rose Ale is a blonde ale brewed with 10% fresh pressed Argentinian Malbec juice and pomace (pressed grape skins).
Dragon Weisse (4.61%): A pink Berliner Weisse brewed with hibiscus and dragonfruit.
Harpoon Drink Pink Hefe (5.3%): An unfiltered German style wheat beer fermented with a particular Bavarian style yeast strain which contributes the flavors of banana and clove. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and for the 2nd year in a row, we’ve joined other breweries from around the country to brew a pink beer as part of “Drink Pink!” Drink Pink is an organization bringing breweries together to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For the month of October, for every pint sold of Drink Pink Hefe, Harpoon will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Clown Shoes Gordo (10%): An Imperial Pumpkin Stout, brewed with a variety of spices and Pumpkin Puree to provide authentic seasonal spice on top of a rich and flavorful malt profile. Bourbon barrel aging supplements those flavors with sweet Bourbon notes and complex barrel flavor.
Clown Shoes – Extra Zen Garden (7%): A New England IPA dosed with terpenes. Terpenes are aromatic oils found throughout nature. We used Myrcene, Geraniol, Linalool and beta-Pinene, all of which are found in hops already.
Clown Shoes – Double Dry Hopped (DDH) Yeeehaaw (7%): This year’s edition of our first ever New England IPA doubles down on it’s tropical citrus focus with a double dry hopping in the fermentation tank. With Citra, Azacca, and Mosaic hops leading the way, DDH YEEEHAAW! is an explosion of the fruit notes and smooth full-bodied flavor that is exemplary of this modern style.
Clown Shoes – Lil’ Crispy (4.8%): A Crisp Ale with subtle malt sweetness and smooth overall flavor.
City Roots – Original Dry Cider (4.8%): We’d go on and on about how we make this cider but the process is pretty simple… take fresh-pressed apple juice, ferment it, and filter it… that’s about it– no additives, sweeteners, or preservatives… just crisp, delicious, all-purpose cider.
City Roots – Rose Cider (4.8%): A healthy dose of hibiscus flowers gives this off-dry cider a tropical, floral vibe and an extra touch of tartness. Bubbly, bright, vibrantly pink, and delightfully refreshing.
Find a new favorite and take it home in a Harpoon Growler or Crowler! The Harpoon Growler is a 64-ounce collectible bottle that we fill to order using an Austrian-manufactured growler filler. This highly specialized machine provides the highest quality filling process available. We also sell 32-ounce Harpoon Crowlers. Our crowler machine provides brewery-fresh beer straight off the taps, canned and sealed before your eyes to take home and enjoy!
We have a variety of semi-private and private event spaces available at our Boston Beer Hall for groups ranging in size from 20-400 guests. Availability of our event spaces depends on the day of the week and is often times dictated by our general public hours. Each event space has a private bar where you can choose from a variety of our delicious craft beers or ciders, however outside wine and liquor is not allowed on premise at any time.Book An Event
We begin selling tour tickets for the day when we open at 11:00 am. We do not sell tickets in advance. Tickets must be purchased in person and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. On busy weekends, it is advisable to purchase tour tickets early to ensure a spot. We have limited capacity and tickets sell out fast!
Unfortunately, we do not book private tours for the general public. However, private tours are one of the awesome features included in the room rental of our semi-private or private event space. Please contact a member of the events team at Beerhall@harpoon.com for more information.
All visitors must be at least 21 years old to purchase and/or consume alcohol on premise. On Saturdays, the Beer Hall in Boston is strictly 21+ only. Sunday through Friday, individuals under 21 years of age may be admitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Harpoon reserves the right to deny admission to anyone under 21 at any time. International visitors must provide a passport as a valid ID. We have the right to refuse anyone with any ID.
We do not have a full-service restaurant at the brewery but we do serve fresh pretzels and other home-made specials at the Beer Hall. Our legendary pretzels are available every day, our specials change daily. Check out our Pretzel Menu above for more details.
Food from outside the Beer Hall is not allowed. Before or after your visit to the Beer Hall, you will find lots of great restaurant options in the Seaport.
We offer various options for private events at the Beer Hall. If you’re interested in learning more about hosting a semi-private or private event at our Beer Hall, please fill out this form with more information about your event. Our Events Staff looks forward to working with you!
During the week, parking on-site is limited to four 15-minute visitor spots. Visitors may park in the metered spots on Northern Avenue or the parking garage across the street from the brewery (also on Northern Avenue). After 5:00 pm on weekdays and all day on weekends, additional spaces are available in the parking lots. Taking the Silver Line to the Brewery is HIGHLY recommended.
Kegs are not available for sale at the Harpoon Brewery in Boston, but if you want freshly brewed Harpoon or UFO draft beer, you can get a growler or crowler. We also sell bottles and cans in 6 packs, 12 packs, and cases! State law allows us to sell kegs in Vermont, however. Please contact the brewery (802 674 5491) in advance if you are looking for a specific style! We don’t always have every product in stock.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed at our Beer Hall in Boston. This prohibition does not apply to service animals assisting individuals.
The Harpoon Brewery is located at 306 Northern Avenue inside the Marine Industrial Park. We are located next door to the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, and near both the World Trade Center Boston and the Black Falcon Ship Terminal.
After 5:00 pm on weekdays and all day on weekends, additional spaces are available in the parking lots adjacent to the brewery. You will also 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 or other public transportation to the Brewery is HIGHLY recommended.