Brewpub in Amherst, MA

High Horse Brewery and Bistro

24 N Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA 01002
https://www.highhorsebrewing.com
(413) 230-3034

High Horse has a prime location in Downtown Amherst.

The High Horse Brewery & Bistro is located across the street from Club Sidewalk in Downtown Amherst, MA, at the site of the old Amherst Brewing Company. That was before ABC moved down to the bottom of Amity St. and joined forces with The Hangar.

High Horse Brewery and Bistro Beer

  • Another Lover IPA
  • Mr. Pink
  • Mr. White
  • Satisfaction
  • The Business

Brewery Entertainment & Events

Pass the time in the upstairs pool hall. Just make sure you're done for last call at Antonio's.

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Interesting Craft Beers

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6% ABV

Blueberry Pancake Ale

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Mass Soul, an IPA brewed by Wachusett Brewing Company

6.5% ABV

Mass Soul

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Lovebird, a Double IPA brewed by Second Wind Brewing Company

8.4% ABV

Lovebird

Second Wind Brewing Company

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What is Krausening?

Commercial brewers and homebrewers alike employ experimental and traditional brewing techniques to get their craft beer just right. One of those techniques is Krausening, a traditional German approach that eschews adding any sugars or extras to the fermented beer, with the goal of producing a "cleaner" beer. In summary, and ultimate effect, to kräusen a beer is to add carbonation to it.