Boston Brewery FAQ's
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 email@example.com.
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.
We highly recommend taking Boston's public transit system (the "T"). We are at the Harbor Street & Northern Avenue stop on the Silver line. From South Station, hop on the SL2 bus and ask to be dropped off at Harbor Street.Our brewery is directly across the street. Directions and parking info.
Tickets for tours are available only on the day of the tour. We begin selling tour tickets when we open at 11:00am. On busy weekends, it is advisable to purchase tour tickets early to ensure a spot on a tour that day. We have limited capacity and tickets sell out fast!
We reserve limited capacity for retail-only customers during busy times. If you wish to shop in the Brewery Store, please inquire with the front door staff. Please note that retail customers entering the brewery under these circumstances are restricted to the Brewery Store only.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed. This prohibition does not apply to service animals assisting individuals.
Yes, our Beer Hall serves pints and fresh pretzels!
We do not have a restaurant at the brewery but we do serve fresh pretzels. There are several excellent local restaurants located within walking distance of the Boston brewery that also serve Harpoon beer! Just ask us for more information when you visit.
We offer private group opportunities at our Boston visitor center and beer hall. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to reserve a spot.
All visitors must be at least 21 years old, with the exception of infants and children accompanied by a parent. On Saturdays, the Visitor Center & Beer Hall in Boston is 21+ only. 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.
Yes! Come to the Brewery Store in the Boston Visitor Center to have a growler filled. We look forward to your visit!