Best Cape Cod Breweries

The Best Cape Cod Breweries to Visit Right Now

As the temperatures start to drop and the leaves change color, there are lots of reasons to get excited about fall on Cape Cod including beer!  There is no better place to enjoy a cold refreshing beer than on the shores of Cape Cod. Check out this list of the best Cape Cod Breweries to visit.

Bad Martha’s Brewing Company | Falmouth

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Started on Martha’s Vineyard (hence the name) in 2012, Bad Martha’s has quickly expanded and in September of 2019 opened it’s second location in Falmouth located right off Route 28. They have a 15-barrel brewing system and offer a variety of delicious food for visitors as well as outdoor games, live music and karaoke!


Naukabout Brewery | Mashpee

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At their lakeside brewery, Naukabout strives to create beers that mirror the uniqueness of Cape Cod. Some fun current flavors include the Cape Creamsicle, Sailor’s Delight and Dunes of the Cape (a delicious Pina Colada IPA)! Stop by to enjoy their 5,000 square feet outdoor beer garden while sampling one of the fifteen beers on tap.

Cape Cod Beer | Hyannis

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Since opening fifteen years ago with only one employee and 12 customers, Cape Cod Beer has seen a rapid explosion in business and success. Today, they produce over 12,000 barrels of beer annually. They offer a fully guided tour on Saturdays at 11am with mini-tours and tastings taking place all week. Be sure to test staples such as Cape Cod Red and Beach Blonde and seasonal favorites including Coffee S’Mores.

Barnstable Brewing | Barnstable

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A family-owned brewery, Barnstable Brewing’s tasting room is ready for you to experiment with brand new flavors. One of their newer flavors, Wobbly Jack, is brewed with hops from Europe, over 1,000 lbs of organic pumpkin and finished with organic brown sugar, and loads of vanilla beans from Mexico!

Hog Island Beer Company | Orleans

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For local beer lovers, the hardest question when opening a new brewery was: what do we name it? After a paddleboard trip to the uninhabited Hog Island they knew. Hog Island, located on Little Pleasant Bay in Orleans overlooks Nauset Beach and the dune shacks that dot the coastline. The rest was history and today, Hog Island Beer Co. offers a wide selection of beers to choose from as well as events and tours.