195 Arnold Rd, Sturbridge, MA
Surrounded by a 150 acre orchard and their own disc golf course, Rapscallion brewery occupies a historic 1940s apple barn nestled in the center of Massachusetts. Enjoy their truly fresh and small batch beers by flight, pint or pitcher in the tap room or in the intimate seating areas in the brewhouse or cellar lounge. Catch a free weekend tour (Sundays at 2pm), weekly live music or one of seasonal festivals. Try their food truck menu, bring your own food or have a pizza delivered.
Dog-friendly and family-friendly!
Hugely hoppy ale using Mandarina Bavaria, Cascade, and Ella hops. Copper-bodied with crisp notes of honey, light caramel, orange, and grapefruit.
uicy and hazy with big, bright tropical flavors from Citra, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops.
Smooth and fruity with a sweet and bitter finish. Hopped with Cascade, Willamette, Saazer, and Summit.
A fruity and floral hop-forward American IPA brewed with Centennial, Azacca, and Ella hops.
Rapscallion version of this classic Irish ale has a smooth, malty backbone finishing with caramel sweetness and a touch of roasted dryness.
Refreshing and light yet full-flavored with Centennial, Glacier, and Sorachi Ace hops lending notes of citrus, lemon, and dill.
A crisp and complex ale brewed with 30% rye malt and Summit, Cascade, and Saazer hops evoking a smooth bitterness and bright aromatics with spicy notes.
A Belgian-inspired golden ale brewed with coriander and orange peel and hopped with Cascade and Saaz yielding layers of sweet citrus and complex spiciness.
The oldest actively brewed recipe in MA (1898), this timeless classic is perfectly crisp, refreshing, and on point.
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