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10 Historic Sites

See 10 historic sites on the Freedom Trail, including the site of the Boston Massacre, the burying place of John Hancock and Samuel Adams, the Old State House, and Faneuil Hall.

Revolutionary History

Learn about the American Revolution in Boston and the role alcohol played in key events, including the Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre, and violent tax protests.

Amazing Guides

Our guides are fantastic! They aren't simply reciting facts--they are trained historians (our founder has a PhD in American history) who love beer and know how to make history fun.

Small Tour Size

We cap our tours at 12 people to offer an intimate experience. You'll feel connected to your guide and the other guests and be able to ask questions.

Local, Craft Beer

Drink local, craft beer from New England breweries. A beer at each of the 3 taverns is included in your ticket price. (For those who prefer hard cider, we've got that too!)

Historic Taverns

Drink where Boston's notables did. We'll stop in 3 historic taverns where Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and John F. Kennedy frequented, among many others.

About our Tour along the Freedom Trail

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Tour Along the Freedom Trail

Join us to drink local beers and hear about the revolutionary (and drunken) history of Boston!

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Other Details

This tour is perfect for locals or visitors to Boston! You'll try some new beers and learn a lot.

We walk about a mile on our the tour, beginning at Boston Common and ending near Faneuil Hall.

All guests must be 21+ years of age, bring valid ID, and sign a liability waiver.

The tour lasts between 2 hours.

For other information, please see our FAQs.

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