Visiting treehouse Brewery, Charlton, MA

Treehouse brewery in Charlton, MA is in a class all of its own. The sheer size of the property is staggering. If you haven’t been, you out to check it out. Visiting Treehouse Brewery in Charlton, MA is a treat. Even if you are not a beer drinker, they have non-beer drinks and lots of comfortable outdoor seating, music, and food trucks! Bonnie, Sarah, Bobby, and I took a trip out there today to enjoy some quality time on the day before Mother’s Day. The weather was perfect.

One of the things I admire about Treehouse is the efficiency of their process. They have to be efficient. Hundreds (maybe thousands?) will visit on a single beautiful day like today. Their online ordering process, check-in and ID verification, and overall layout is all designed to be intuitive and easy.

For example, I wanted to order some cans that I would pickup today to bring home. You simply go to their website, select “cans to go” and order the cans you want to bring home later. You pay online and an email verification of your order, with an order #, is sent to you right away. When you are ready to get your can order, you just stand in that line, give them your order #, and in a few minutes (depending on how busy they are, your can order is collected and your name is called. Easy peasy. So when visiting Treehouse Brewery in Charlton, MA be sure to get some cans to go!

I ordered a couple drafts to try while on the premises today. Here is a link to their DRAFT LIST. The first was the Brewmosa, a beer version of a mimosa I guess. It was pretty good, maybe not my all-time favorite, but definitely a good IPA. The second beer I tried was Nervous Energy, a milk stout. Here is their description:

“We are excited to announce a new addition to our milk stout family: Nervous Energy! Featuring maple syrup, cinnamon, and vanilla, Nervous Energy aspires to emulate the character of classic french toast. It pours pitch black in the glass, and gives off strong aromas of maple, cinnamon, coffee, and whipped cream. The flavor follows suit, with all of the flavors in balance and nothing overwhelming the palate. It is pleasant and nostalgic, arousing memories of cool weekend mornings comforted by rich, carbohydrate heavy breakfasts. A beer fit for the season.”

Treehouse Brewery

It was phenomenal. Really good. Definitely a “dessert” type beer, and maybe more suited to a cold winter night, but I found it to be extremely enjoyable for sure.

Here are a few pics from the day:


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