Brewery Exchange

★★★☆☆
  • 201 Cabot St

    Lowell, MA 01854

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  • 978-937-2690

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It's a cute little place. A frequent spot for local college kids. It's worth checking out and it's a good plac.e

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It's a cute little place. A frequent spot for local college kids. It's worth checking out and it's a good plac.e

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Brewery Exchange is a decent little brewery. The food is typical pub food, but it's very good. My husband enjoyed the beers, he sampled a couple of different ones and thought they were full body beers. We both enjoyed our meals. The prices were reasonable.

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Brewery Exchange is a decent little brewery. The food is typical pub food, but it's very good. My husband enjoyed the beers, he sampled a couple of different ones and thought they were full body beers. We both enjoyed our meals. The prices were reasonable.

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For such an amazing building and layout, this place is really below average. It's mostly treated as a "reunion" spot, so if you're out of town, don't expect to meet anybody friendly. It does have everything (pool, local brews, food, live music, DJ, darts), but again, the locals have those parts owned. In the late 90's, they used to keep a huge line waiting outside, in order to increase a false sense of popularity, but now they have trouble getting people in there. Good for the occasional country night, though. they also have a halfway decent restaurant below the bar, fairly romantic (in a Lowell kind of way).

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For such an amazing building and layout, this place is really below average. It's mostly treated as a "reunion" spot, so if you're out of town, don't expect to meet anybody friendly. It does have everything (pool, local brews, food, live music, DJ, darts), but again, the locals have those parts owned. In the late 90's, they used to keep a huge line waiting outside, in order to increase a false sense of popularity, but now they have trouble getting people in there. Good for the occasional country night, though. they also have a halfway decent restaurant below the bar, fairly romantic (in a Lowell kind of way).

Pros: Lots of Space, Lots of Options, Decent beer list

Cons: Unfriendly patrons, Boring, Bad live music

 

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