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Old Planters Brewing Co.
232 Rantoul St, Beverly, MA 01915, United States
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Da
Review №1

I went to this location on a Thursday mid October during pandemic.Overall the location looks pretty awesome, sleek interior with a role up garage door to let in the air and views. Although during the pandemic the inside was closed and we were relegated to a tent outside (understandable). When I arrived there were only 2 other couples. I asked an employee how the situation worked, and they told me to sit down and order a beer through the app and it would be brought out. I THINK they said all beer orders needed food as well (masks make being heard hard sometimes) and there was a food menu so I planned on getting some loaded fries. The menu looked pretty varied and solid for food. This is where I started having a little trouble. The tables each have their own QR code or site link where you order and pay. The site link wouldnt activate so I had to get the QR reader. The menu only had 5-6 beers, tap water and a hat. So I order my beer which comes to my table in 30-60 seconds. Surprisingly fast. Not sure why I couldnt just order a beer from someone in person while I wore a mask, the ordering process was too long. Possibly to try to stay with only e transactions? So I tried the food menu after which wouldnt even load, so who knows what was going on there. So I drank my beer in the very quiet tent. Could use music or something. With no employee interaction and a low customer count it just felt uninviting.To the beer: I had the Rhino Tears , what was billed as "A juicy and sessionable New England IPA with a soft mouthfeel. Aromatic of lemon, stone fruit, tangerine and peach." I didn't get much of that, while it wasn't offensive like many NEIPAs out there the flavor was actually a bit thin, watery. It did also have a bit of that hop burn from the hop particulate. I only had the one beer. With the atmosphere and beer it didn't cause me to desire a second at the time.TLDR: I'm giving it a 3 because I think it could have potential when back to normal and the beer I had wasn't great but wasn't horrible. I think their pandemic operational model needs a little tweak (I know any business right now has a challenge). I would like to give other beers a try and see if at another time that can change my review.

Eu
Review №2

A brand new hip vibrant and elegant place with nice crowd. Ten beers on tap, very tasty and fresh. Comfortable cheats and sofas, relaxed atmosphere, quick and pleasant service. I like to be here

Co
Review №3

Tasty beers, great atmosphere, kind and hard-working staff.... 5 stars says it all!

Ri
Review №4

Found this place by serendipity. Great selection of styles lacking in most local brewpubs. Try one of the excellent stouts.

Ka
Review №5

Love the Rhino Ale! Awesome spot

De
Review №6

Great new space on Rantoul street for a local brewery. Big garage style doors roll up and open out to the street. There is a bunch of varied seating from high tops to couches and they have a projector rolling on the wall. Oh yeah and the beers are good too. Had the rhino which I hadn't seen before and it was as advertised- sessionable IPA. Will be back with the wife and kid next time.

Bo
Review №7

Awesome new brewery in downtown Beverly!! Cool space and the beers are fantastic! I loved the milk stout, the crop rotation IPA, and the Belgian wheat. Definitely coming back soon.

Da
Review №8

I love their beer. I love their space. I love their staff. So glad to have them on the North Shore!

Ch
Review №9

Seriously good stout. Great find

Gr
Review №10

Killer atmosphere, tasty beer

Pa
Review №11

Excellent stouts

Pa
Review №12

This is great Beer - loved by so many customers!! Yum!

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4.9 Rating
  • Address:232 Rantoul St, Beverly, MA 01915, United States
  • Site:http://www.oldplanters.com/
  • Phone:+1 978-522-6446
Categories
  • Brewery
  • Bar
Working hours
  • Monday:5–9PM
  • Tuesday:2–8PM
  • Wednesday:1–5PM
  • Thursday:Closed
  • Friday:Closed
  • Saturday:4–8PM
  • Sunday:5–9PM
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