Bergmeyer's design helped to unify the historical significance of Boston's Fanueil Hall and Quincy Market with the vision of Boston Beer Company's Jim Koch to bring craft-brewed beer to America. The Samuel Adams Boston Tap Room just a few yards from where a bronze statue of Samuel Adams (Brewer and Patriot) stands today.
This new taproom brings the Samuel Adams brewery and tasting room experience to the heart of downtown Boston. Enlivening what was an underutilized edge of Dock Square, the building design successfully activates the dormant by introducing a dynamic new gathering space with an open-air roof deck providing a sweeping vista to one of Boston’s most iconic public squares.
Each and every customer space – the glassy and open rooftop bar, the aforementioned beer hall with its community tables, the unique master brewer’s tasting table, and the private event room redolent with Boston Beer memorabilia – is designed with a Boston-focused, brand-infused palette and visibility to the innovative on-site brewing process. Like the brand itself, the new Samuel Adams Boston Tap Room is pioneering, expressive, and imbued with the spirit of revolution and the ideals of independence.
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