Barrington Brewery & Restaurant

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Barrington Brewery & RestaurantBarrington Brewery & Restaurant
BEER AVG
3.67/5
Based on:
14 Beers
232 Ratings
Place Score: 87
Ratings: 50
Reviews: 41
rAvg: 3.83
pDev: n/a
Taps: --
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Eatery ]

420 Stockbridge Road
Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 01230
United States
phone: (413) 528-8282

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AKA - Berkshire Mountain Brewers

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Photo of slander
3.03/5  rDev -20.9%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Early to mid afternoon, and I'm sure there's a good reason why I'm in Westernish Massachusetts instead of the Octoberfest at the (kind) bar 6 miles from where I live. Had a beer already, plan on having another real soon, if we can find this, what are we looking for here, yeah, Barrington Barn Brewery Berkshire Beer what? Anyway, we're on Rte 7 so it's around here somewhere, and we're making good time to Saturday...
Located in a strip of something there on Rte 7, it seems like a series of connected buildings with little stores in them. Something in the way of an old barn, the whole room is slanted and off, it's fucking up my equilibrium. Brick floors with carpeted areas around the tables, wide plank and painted walls, panelled glass windows to the rear looking out over patio dining, angled ceilings here, wood cross beam ceilings there, drop lamp lighting and ceiling fans. Framed black & white photos, French beer posters, and old brewerania throughout, beertrays and old beer cans on shelves and in cupboards. Old beer steins displayed above the archways. Shirts and hats for sale up there, as well.
Nearly a dozen and a half booths and tables, and a side room with another 8 tables. The bar area holds a a 12 seat "L" shaped bar with 2 towers. Mug club mugs, tons of coasters plastered everywhere, a pair of TV's, 5 small bar tables & 2 large tables to the rear. A doorway to the rear leads to the patio seating area, upwards of a dozen tables under a canopy.
2 wood lined kettles above, and secret brewing vessels in an area down below. Upstairs in a loft above the bar, green walls with wood trim, ceiling fans, a half dozen small tables scattered about, a couple of small pool tables, a jukebox and a TV. Framed turn-of-the-century pool prints (Mark Twain, Hartford, CT 1891).
Food menu consisted of mostly sandwiches, salads, apps. I had the beef chili with cheese and the sweet potato fries, which were real damn good. Randy wanted to know how they cut the fries so perfectly. I told him that I don't know because I don't know.
4 house beers (Blonde Ale, Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Stout), and 4 seasonals (ESB, Raspberry, Hefe, Amber). They also carry some maltos and a cider (at least no crappy macros). 10 ounce pours for $3, pints for $4, pitchers for $16. I ask about the sampler and am told that it's 3 ounce pours, 5 of them for $4. Pretty good deal. You get the 4 house beers and 1 seasonal. "I'll have the sampler", and Randy echoed as such. So she starts to walk away and I say, "Um, do you want to know which seasonal my 5th beer will be?" I opt for the Hefe and Randy, the Amber. The samplers arrive, 5 beers on paddles, and because it isn't my nature to let these things go, I have to ask, "Had I not spoken up about my choice for the seasonal, what would you have done?", and she says, "The bartender would have chosen one for you". With red pen in hand, he says, "So you know, the bartender chooses your beer for you if you don't ask".
The Berkshire Blonde Ale had a strange sweetness to it; the Hopland Pale Ale, a light copper color with a grassy hop flavor; the Barrington Brown Ale, medicinal, fulll bodied, slightly chocolatey; the Black Bear Stout, smooth, good licorice flavor, I'm okay with it; the Hefe, not filtered, light banana flavor; the Amber tastes just like the Brown Ale. Beers were just okay, they all pretty much tasted the same. I was expecting more here, but it is what it is...

Photo of rousee
3.9/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Nice little brewpub out in the Berkshires. Its tied in with a few other businesses so you can miss it driving by if youre not paying pretty close attention. It looks kind of like an old red barn.

You walk in and the decor is just kind of rustic and a little dated looking but friendly and inviting. We sat at the bar and had a sampler on the oar. They had like 3 seasonals going so the bartender was cool enough to let me try everything they had in my sampler. The beers were a light gold ale, a pale, a brown, a stout, an ipa, esb, blueberry, and old pluto an old ale. The beers were all pretty decent and true to the style. The IPA didnt taste much hoppier than the pale ale. The old pluto was very good and so was the esb. These seemed to be the standouts of the bunch. I'm usually not a huge fan of these styles either.

We ordered some burgers they said were grass fed and hormone free and some sweet potato fries as the burgers dont come with fries but were still pretty inexpensive. The food was definitely good and hit the spot. The bartender was a friendly guy who everyone seemed to know pretty well that came in and he was very friendly and attentive with us. I like this place but it doesnt really stand out as being better than some of your other brewpubs in the general vicinity.

Photo of ecoboy
3.8/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

(Original review is below: have been back a third time in April of '05, and now feel confident in moving some of my bad numbers in the upward direction. Brews were consistently good over the four styles I tried. More styles were available. New brewer since the last time I was there. Now, I will recommend, and suggest that the bar area is surely where to sit for the best beer lover's experience.)

I've been twice: a rainy summer night and a sunny summer dinnertime. Neither time did I have to wait to get a beer, although table space can be at a premium. The man behind the bar was an avuncular fellow who would fit right in in the hinterlands of Maine. The bar itself was surrounded by the breweriana that shows a beer lover (and not just an opportunist) runs the place.

But the beer itself, well... I pushed myself back there after so many people rated it so highly. I had had a bad first beer impression with sour notes in my stout on the first trip, and I had purchased some of the 22-oz. bottles for Maine friends who had yet to taste this brewery's product. The bottles were indeed not up to par either. I chaulked it up to a bad batch and went back... and there it was again. Am I just the unluckiest BA there is? I can't recommend this place, and would insist on a sample of several beers before ordering a whole pint.

Photo of mltobin
3.64/5  rDev -5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Just north of the main drag of Great Barrington is this brewpub. It has been open for some time and with that in mind, it has a lived in and comfortable feel to it. With a staff that is generally helpful. They have quite a few different selections from a Bavarian Wheat to the Barrington Brown and then at the holidays, their Yule Fuel. Most of the beers are above average, but not exceptional. Nonetheless, they are very satisfying and if you find yourself passing through, pop into this Western Mass establishment.

Photo of Resuin
3.5/5  rDev -8.6%

Photo of plaid75
3.94/5  rDev +2.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Located just outside of downtown Great Barrington and about three miles from Butternut.

The building is located in a barn themed "strip mall" type complex.

Upon entering, the bar is to the right and the restaurant seating to the left and rear.

The bar is on the smaller side, bu cozy, with table and booth seating. The walls are decorated with a ton of breweriana in the form of coasters and signs. There is a pool table room above the bar on the second floor.

The house beers are flavorful and fresh. Check the website for the latest offerings. The service was good and relaxed, once you got a seat at the bar.

Photo of indiapaleale
3.83/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

I will try not to repeat too much...

Cool place, inside and out. Nice outdoor patio during summer, nice, cozy bar and seating area inside. Brewing equipment is small and on display.

Nothing too fancy with the beer or the food when I went for lunch today. Food was pretty standard lunch pub fare and the beers were extremely standard (Blonde, Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Stout, Vienna, IPA and a Respberry Ale).

Service was fine, waitresses were attentive.

My only gripe would be the $4.50 they charge for a pint of their beer, that seems high to me for beer brewed on premise...especially when a 22 oz. bomber is only $3.50 out the door. Cut the costs of 16 oz. pints down to $3.50!

No frills brewpub in a cool location. I'd like to try some of their not so standard beers next time they have them available.

Photo of goodbyeohio
2.3/5  rDev -39.9%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 2.5

stop 2 of 4 on the great western mass beer crawl of 8/20/06.

you know what it's like when you've just left a really awesome brewpub, and you immediately begin to mentally plan your next trip back, reminisce about the good brews, and have that really positive revelation? that's how i felt walking in the door here, after my tremendous afternoon at pittsfield. i walked in here to an almost polar opposite vibe. this place was cluttered. stained coasters were nailed to the walls and dusty framed photos hung crookedly beside them. the fonts and graphic design of their logo'd items had a really silly, early-80's vibe. this place seemed like a dirty version of the shed in vermont. we approached the bar with trepidation. it was nestled in a dark corner of the downstairs level.

the bar itself was a worn-in slab. ceramic mugs hung low and the bartender was dressed up. the few people seated at the bar seemed like hillbilly biker types and drunk construction worker types (no offense intended to either group, just broad strokes people). i decided to free myself from this desolate region and explored the restaurant. the upstairs seats several and has a pool table, currently being used by underage drinking student types. downstairs were lots of family sized tables full of bustling groups, tourists and wannabes. back to the bar i went, feeling an icky sense of depression. let's try a beer.

or a sampler, as i am known to do. ok. they serve them on those wooden oars, and include 1.75 oz samples of five beers. like other reviewers have said, you must speak up or get sacked with the run-of-the-mill house brews. when i went there were 6 beers available. a pale ale, a light, a stout, a raspberry ale, and a couple other forgetful beers. the stout has a nice body and some good smokiness, but had a metallic off finish that is hard to achieve in something with such big flavor. the rest of the beers were decidedly below average.. or maybe comparing them to the PBW beers is an unfair order of travel. i can't imagine anyone in this area choosing this place over pittsfield, a mere 17 minutes away. who is in this mug club, anyway??

can't really bash the service. oh wait. yes i can. the waiter didn't really do anything but pour beers for us, and that was ok. i asked him, clearly, to his face, "we're all set. can we have the tab?" to which he responded, dumbfoundedly, after staring into space for a minute, "february". i shit you not. idiots! gosh!

no food was consumed here, and i am still alive today as a result.

Photo of Hautacam
3.73/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

We have eaten here a few times after skiing at Butternut and had their grass fed burgers, which are really good. I would normally order a stout.This was our first summer visit. They have a nice outdoor area with several tables and umbrellas. We went in to sample some beers at the bar. Their brown ale was nice....their IPA was OK... the bartender was gracious. I picked their pale ale which was very good and my girlfriend had a raspberry blonde which she enjoyed. We brought our beers outside and enjoyed some late afternoon sun before driving up to Tanglewood.
They have hops growing up the side of the barn....loaded with flowers !
A nice place to drop in when you're in the area.

Photo of smcolw
3.68/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

The Barrington Brewery is located at a quaint New Englandy strip mall off the main road in Great Barrington, MA. The restaurant reminds me of a quintessential mom & pop family eatery. Indeed the patrons were all across the spectrum: old, young, college kids, Europeans, parents, etc.

During the day sandwiches are the fare. I had a sampler of authentic German sausages. They were excellent. The wings were odd because they were dry (but still spicy).

The beers were pretty run-of-the-mill except for the stout which I thought was quite good. The rule of thumb for me was the darker the beer the better the score.

The prices were reasonable, particularly the beer.

Worth a stop if you are in the area.

Photo of BeerSox
4.13/5  rDev +7.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

The beer selection is great, and the beers can each hold their own. They have something for the hop heads, and the malt heads, and everyone in between. There really isn't anything here too extreme though, but that's not a bad thing.

The food ranges from basic sandwhich to specialty. There is nothing too fancy, but it's good for pub food. All the prices are great, so this place can be visited more than once-in-a-while. The service is good, with standard waitresses and waiters.

The building is in a barn type building, with some of the brewing equipment visible. There is indoor and outdoor seating. In the bar area, there is are two TVs.

I would consider living in Great Barrington just so I could visit this place every weekend (or day). Highly recommended if you find yourself in Western Massachusetts.

Photo of porter17
4.9/5  rDev +27.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Of the many, many brewpubs I have visited, I have enjoyed none more than the Barrington Brewery. The Porter is to die for, one of the best I've ever had. It's tasty, full-bodied, and refreshing. The Stout and Brown are also fantastic. The Blond is amazing and the IPA and Pale Ale are very, very good. The Vienna is well above average, as are the ESB and the Raspberry Wheat. (Only the Blond, Stout, Pale Ale and Raspberry Wheat are standards, the other's being seasonal. They usually have 8 beers available at any 1 time). Their high octane beer (11% ABV, I believe. It's the "yuel fuel" in winter; "firecracker" in summer) is exceptional, especially since I tend to stick to beers below 8% ABV. Other seasonals include a Scotch Ale.
The food is very good (their sweet potato fries are delicious) and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. There is a jukebox and 2 pool tables upstairs. The bartenders are friendly and knowledgable. If I didn't live over 2 hours away, it would be my bar of choice. I can honestly say that I've never had a bad beer at the Barrington Brewery. Looking forward to going again soon......

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4/5  rDev +4.4%

Photo of bultrey
4.18/5  rDev +9.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3

Jeez, I must have been here a dozen times when I lived in the Berkshires, but it took a trip to Vermont from NYC with a stop at Barrington on the way through for me to finally write a Beerfly.
This place is well worth seeking out if you are travelling in the Berkshires. The atmosphere is "This Old Barn," complete with rustic wood floors and high, vaulted ceilings. It's a fairly spacious place, and you should have no trouble parking and getting a table. The service has always been above average for me, at least at dinner, but the bartenders have always filled my growlers happily and quickly, so that's a plus. Plus they're super-friendly.
The beers on draft are all brewed on premises, and are all quite good bordering on consistently excellent -- not too many out-there styles -- usually an IPA, pale ale, stout, porter, some kind of fruit beer, and maybe a special like steam ale or barleywine. All are very well-crafted and super fresh -- what more could you ask for?
The food is average pub grub -- nothing too exciting. I'd like to see them upgrade the menu a bit, to be honest. But everything does have a nice country kitchen-type flavor to it, especially the desserts, highlighted by the Stout Chocolate Cake. Rich and dense is an understatement. Delicious.
Prices are quite nice, even for touristy/resorty Great Barrington. Prices seem to be catering to the local rather than the visitors.

I always stop when I'm on my way through. If you don't live in the area, I defintely recommend growler fills, and bellying up for a pint or two if you've got the time.

PS - I've got to echo the complaint about the policy to not fill growlers of their stronger beers, like the barleywine or YuleFuel. Why not? I'll pay more for them. I would love to review these, but you gotta drive to get here, and you gotta drive to go home. Know what I mean?

Photo of fitzy84
4.08/5  rDev +6.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Well me and the misses took a day trip to Great Barrington and decided to have lunch at this place. I loved the appearance to this place: dirt driveway with outdoor deck with a red barn look. You go in and classic beer bottles line the wall next to you. The bar area goes around the front with some tables around the corner and good chunk of the tables to your left upon entering. Very rustic, old New England feel; wood, colonial, farmhouse.

For Great Barrington, right near Stockbridge and Lenox, the prices for food were great. They preferred cash and we were able to pay for our meal quite easily. Food varied but for lunch one could really just get pub food. I had a philly cheesesteak which was delicious. I had the sampler which was pretty inexpensive comparatively. The beers were great, I loved the Berkshire Blonde.

Service was great, friendly and attentive. For being outside in the deck, our waitress was constantly outside checking up on us, striking conversations. Definitely a place worth going to if your in the Berkshires.

Photo of vladtheimpaler
3.88/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This is a remote brewpub located in the rather hilly Western Mass. Lots of scenery in these here parts. The brewpub was built in an old barn. An antique shop shares residence. Lots of rustic seating inside. The bar to the rear, with pool tables upstairs. The place sort of remindes me of a stereotypical redneck bar that would sport line-dancing on Thursday eves. That said, the people seemed to be more along the lines of tourists than anything. And the place is comfortable.

The quality of the beer was very good. All the beers that I had were clean and well made. Food seemed OK, but we did not have that much. from what I can gather, though, this is a great place to stay the night, with the hotel right across the street and all.

The bartender did not seem very sociable, and was only moderately attentive. He seemed to be in deep thought the whole time we were there. Thus he did not add to the experience at all.

Eight decent taps provide a nice selection, ranging from Blond to Stout. Nothing too assertive, but again, all well made. Yule Fule was available in 22 oz bombers, as was many other of their beers.

Food seemed OK, but would require many visits to fully evaluate. Food was very good for beer drinking though.

Photo of Thrasher
3.95/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Good New England vibe, the restaurant is in a barn and has a rustic setting to it, thankfully unprententious in this touristy and antique-shop-ridden part of the Berkshires. Food is good and hearty, but not very compelling. I had the veggie chili and the brat. Perhaps the dinner menu has more exciting dishes. Tried the sampler - golden, pale, brown, porter and the seasonal special ESB. All good, perhaps the pale was the best. I found the brown to be bland and the porter oily, the blonde was very tasty. I ordered a full pint of the ESB since it was what I was in the mood for, quite good but not stellar.

I later found some of their beers, bottled, in a local package store and was able to take home a bottle of the Dunkel (not available when I visited the brewpub). This was preferable to the selections offered at the restaurant. The bottled brews are for sale under the logo "Berkshire Mountain Brewers." I'm not sure how widespread their availability is, but if you can't make it to the brewpub, stop in a local packie and bring some home. Sometimes quietly drinking a bottle at home gives you a better appreciation for the beer anyway.

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3.75/5  rDev -2.1%

Photo of albern
3.88/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

This is a nice place conveniently located in GB. The food is good. I had the vegetarian chili and a salad. Others I was with really liked the cheddar soup, the Tomato blue cheese soup, and all of the various dinners ordered. No complaints. The desserts were huge. There is a triple layer cake that is ridiculous and can feed three people with one healthy slab cut off. I had the ice cream brownie and that was huge as well.

As for the beer, I had the Hopland Pale, the Steam, the Glen Ice IPA, the Barrington Brown, and the Black Bear Stout. I will review the stout separately and this was the best one I had. I bought 22oz to go and you purchase these at the bar. The place is spacious and the bar does have the smell of malts. I will review the stout separately and the three take home bottles as I sample them.

Photo of madmanjf
3.75/5  rDev -2.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I'm writing this review after my second visit which spanned over several months.

The establishment offers roughly five standard beers on tap at all times along with three additional seasonal ales on tap. Growlers for purchase and refill are available.

I had three beers, each of which I'll review seperately. A seasonal called Homemad Hop (they grew the hops themselves), the Pale Ale and the Brown. All three were drinkable.

The style I wanted, an IPA, was not available during either of my two visits as it's not one of the standard five brews. I was told that they have it as a season about half of the time throughout the year. This in of itself is disappointing because I always feel an IPA is a great way to judge the skills of a brewer. While I was there, three additional people asked for an IPA .... so I guess I wasn't the only one disappointed.

I did notice the bartender consistently pushing the seasonals. I suspect this was more out of a desire or need to get the next batch of seasonal on tap sooner rather than later (hopefully an IPA).

They have a small menu with nice variety. I wasn't there before 5pm, so I didn't really glance at the dinner portion of the menu since it's not available in the afternoon.

I had a grass-fed burger for $9 (Angus was $8). It came with the side of the day which was Coleslaw. Fries were extra ~ $3.50 if I recall correctly. I found this a bit surprising .... most places that give good burgers come with fries at around $9. I will say though, that the Beer-Battered fries I got on the side were VERY good. I usually don't finish fries, but this larger side dish went back empty. The burger was properly cooked, but lacked flavor. It didn't appear to be flame-cooked which is probably why it lacked color and flavor.

People around me were getting other items of the menu which seemed to be a better value than my burger. Next time I return, I'll probably get something else.

Photo of donniecuffs
3.48/5  rDev -9.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3

This place had a nice warm home-y feel to it, packed to the gills with townies. The restored barn-feel certainly adds to it as well. The quality of the beers sampled was about average, but my biggest complaint was that there weren't many on tap. Maybe I hit them in between batches. Anyway, the service was super-polite and knowledgeable about their beer. The food was standard burger/diner -type fare, but nicely easy on the wallet. I'd go back in the hopes of being able to sample more than just four of their beers.

Photo of puboflyons
4.11/5  rDev +7.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4 | food: 4.75

This is a brewpub located in an old barn in Western Massachusetts's artistic and cultural center. I loved the decor with the rustic, wooden surroundings and coasters from all over the world stuck on the wall. You can see a section on the second floor with a couple barrels and piles of malts ready to be added to the latest brew. On tap they had about 9 in-housed brewed beers and you can buy a 5-glass sampler pack. The beers were average to above average depending on the style. The service was friendly and the waitress knowledgeable. The food was decent pub fair and quite likable. If I was to get over to that part of the state again I would definitely make another visit.

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3.75/5  rDev -2.1%

Photo of Boto
4/5  rDev +4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

We stopped in for dinner, after not having been there in a few years. I still like the ambiance here, being constructed in an old barn. Many exposed beams, and a few free-standing fireplaces make this place quite cozy. The beer selection is good, with the typical cross section of offerings in a good brewpub. The beer itself is OK: the few I've had won't win any awards, but they won't turn you off either. The food was good on this trip, as both my wife and myself had the prime rib. They have a decent children's menu also. We've had good lunches there in the past. Worth a stop.

Photo of sponberg
3.65/5  rDev -4.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Visited on a Saturday afternoon, after lunch and before dinner. Easy to find on Rte 7, west side of road in a collection of barns/antique shops just north of Great Barrington proper.

Cozy, congenial atmosphere - it is, after all, a big old barn. The tavern's to the left, with the brewery (very small but very clean) opposite the bar. Seating area throughout the rest of the room, with pool tables upstairs. Breweriana dominates the room - there were a ton of cans from almost-forgotten brews (Weidemanns, Munich, etc.) in the shelf adjacent to the table. We did notice a rogue french fry basket and associated fry hanging out from a previous meal under our table, but otherwise no problems.

The pints I had (Octoberfest, Brown) were both clean, quaffable, and very tasty - the Ofest had a really good malt profile, the Brown was a slightly coffeelike English version - and the sample of Vienna was also to style. Six or seven brews generally on tap, along with black & tans, snakebites, and other mixed brews listed on the menu. 22 oz bottles and growlers available at the bar, $3 for a bomber, 4 for $11 - not at all bad. Seasonals are listed on a chalkboard, and are generally available in growlers. Quick service at the bar...but the table was another story. The waitress seemed to have her mind elsewhere - forgot the kids' milk, forgot my second beer, took forever with the check - and admitted as much. She did comp the second beer, which was very fair of her. Most of the other servers seemed a bit quicker, so maybe we caught her on a bad day. It happens.

The food, mostly tavern fare at lunch (more complete dinners are available after 5), was good for what it was - the burger was decent sized on a really good bun and tasted like the ones I make at home (this is a good thing), my wife's tortellini salad was large, with fresh local field greens and plenty of the specified ingredents, my son's grilled cheese was tasty on good wheat bread, and the sweet potato fried were properly crisp yet tender. My son gave the ice cream two thumbs up, and he knows about ice cream (he's 4 - enough said). The prices were about $1 more than some of the local places, but it IS in a popular tourist area.

Definitely worth hitting if in the area - have a pint or two there, and take home some for later.

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Barrington Brewery & Restaurant in Great Barrington, MA
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