Untold Brewing is a new brewery in Scituate, MA, they just opened in 2017. We visited here with Megan’s sister Sam and her boyfriend Dustin.
Their tasting room is pretty unique, it is a renovated schoolhouse that was built in 1862. They built a large metal building behind the schoolhouse that houses the brewery. The entrance is between the 2 buildings on the side of the building.
They hired Rustic Marlin to build them tables for the schoolhouse seating area, so it looks old and fits in with the building. It was too crowded to get a good picture of the tables (without people being weirded out).
They are pretty large for a new brewery, they definitely have some money behind them. This is a pretty good sized brewing system to open with.
They serve 5 oz and 10 oz pours, or a flight of four 5 oz pours for $11.
Rebecca – brown ale 5.6%
This was pretty dark in color for a brown ale, coffee and a dark malty, toffee flavor. A little interesting and slightly different for a brown ale.
Pale 143 – pale ale 5.6%
Crystal clear, but still a tasty pale, ha. Hoppy with citrus and mango flavors, Mark liked this beer.
East By Northwest – ipa 6.8%
Fairly clear in appearance. Pine hops flavors dominate this beer, with some bitterness. Mark liked it more as he drank the sample. Mark liked the Pale better with citrus and mango flavors, East By Northwest was good but the strong pine flavors are not Mark’s favorite.
Time Shall Unfold – ipa 6.2%
This ipa is dominated by citrus hop flavors, but comes with a bit more bitterness. Pale was still Mark’s favorite overall.
Mr. Scratch – oatmeal stout 6.9%
Pretty good, chocolatey and smooth, no dark bitterness to it which was nice. Mark, Sam and Dustin all liked this, Megan liked the Rebecca Brown Ale better, which surprised her.
Melon Patch – ipa 6.2%
Sam and Dustin got this in their flight, hazy in appearance, hoppy and melony smooth.
Harvest Ale – amber ale 5.1%
Dustin said the harvest ale was just ok.
They give snacks out for free! They also have
beer to go in growlers and crowlers, and have started
to do limited runs of 16 oz cans..
Mark liked the beers, lot’s of ipa’s, we’ll probably
stop in again when we are in the area.
Thursday – 3:00 – 8:00
Friday and Saturday – 12:00 – 10:00
Sunday – 12:00 – 7:00