Harpoon Brewery Tours: What Actually Happens?

Harpoon Brewery, Windsor, VT

Spend a few hours at Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, Vermont. Take in the sites, have a nice lunch at the restaurant and continue on for a brewery tour and beer sampling.

Grab a seat to watch the bottling line in progress or overlook the river at the River Bend Taps and Beer Garden at Harpoon Brewery. A Menu loaded with appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches and more pair perfectly with a pint of your favorite beer. Not sure which Harpoon beer you’d like best? That’s fine, you can purchase a sampler which gives you four 6oz freshly brewed beers on tap.

Harpoon Brewery Tours, Windsor Vermont

Stop in Friday, Saturday or Sunday for a guided tour of the famous Harpoon Brewery. Tours take place every Friday from 5pm to 7pm on the hour, Saturdays from 11am to 5pm on the hour and Sundays 11am to 4pm each hour on the hour. There is a $5 tour fee, but you get to take home a souvenir tasting glass and you get to sample beer, too!

Harpoon Brewery Tours, Windsor VermontThe tour lasts for about 1 hour and you’ll learn about the history of Harpoon and the brewing process. Once the tour is over, you’ll be able to sample some of Harpoon’s finest freshly brewed beers. Please note that you must be 21 years or older and furnish proper id in order to sample the beers.

If you’re planning on passing by during non-touring hours, you can still enjoy some fun! Harpoon has a production viewing area where you can get up close and personal with the brewery and learn about the company. Also, if you’re there during non-tour hours you can request a free sample (also with proper id).

If you’re looking for a unique and interesting place to have lunch or dinner, the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, Vermont is the place. So stop in, enjoy a brew and a meal. You’ll be glad you did.

336 Ruth Carney Drive
Windsor, VT 05089
802-674-5491
HarpoonBrewery.com »

Andrew Eaton

Andrew is a New England native and has spent the past 15 years in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont. He is a marketing guru and freelance blogger who loves all things Upper Valley.

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