Tree House Brewing Company is investing $1 million dollars in the construction of a new 76,700 sq. ft. warehouse adjacent to its existing building. Read More
Tree House Brewing Company
Tree House Brewing Company is a brewer-owned, family-run small brewery that hand crafts acclaimed hoppy ales, flavorful stouts, and intricate low alcohol offerings.
The brewery was was founded in Monson, Massachusetts, in 2011, but relocated to Charlton in 2017. Tree House has expanded that location twice and maintains an exquisitely landscaped campus and gorgeous taproom for guests to enjoy year-round. The original Monson location remains the home of Tree House’s barrel-aging program.
This past February, the company announced the purchase of a farm and orchard in Woodstock, Connecticut.
For more information, visit the Tree House website at treehousebrew.com.
Tree House Brewing Company is an independent craft brewer.
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A selection of beers from Tree House Brewing Company
|AAAlterrr Ego Review||New England IPA||6.8||204||4.45|
|AAAlterrr Ego – Mango Review||New England IPA||7.8||234||4.5|
|Abstraction Review||American Porter||8.8||264||4.22|
|Abstraction – Coffee Review||American Porter||8.8||264||4.31|
|Abstraction – Coffee & Vanilla Review||American Porter||8.8||264||4.28|
|Abstraction – Vanilla Review||American Porter||8.8||264||4.16|
|Absurdism Review||English Sweet / Milk Stout||7.9||237||4.57|
|All That Is And All That Ever Will Be Review||English Sweet / Milk Stout||6.5||195||4.51|
|All That Is and All That Ever Will Be – Marshmallow Review||English Sweet / Milk Stout||6.5||195||4.58|
|All That Is and All That Will Ever Be Chocolate Truffle Review||English Sweet / Milk Stout||6.5||195||4.67|
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