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Score: 3.63
3cross Fermentation Coop
22 hours ago
Spotted in the InstaWild! Dinner is complete with Brevet!📸: @ericcournoyer #cansinthewild
3cross Fermentation Coop
22 hours ago
Look what some of our favorite people are doing!! Join in! What else could you want to do this Friday?!Your exercise and dinner are taken care of, AND you still have time to go home and shower before hitting that Christmas party you said you’d go to!
3cross Fermentation Coop
23 hours ago
Here we are for another edition of Meet a Member Monday!!! Jess gets all the fun work and talked with Sergio G. so we can all get to know him better. Jess: What’s your favorite style of beer? Sergio: It’s a complicated question. I don't think I have one favorite style. It depends on the season. When its cold, porters, for sure. When it's hot, in the summer, Lagers. In the fall, Red ales. And, it’s New England, so we have to drink IPAs right? I am a big fan of the 1200k IPA J: Why did you decide to join the coop? S: Who wouldn’t want to own part of a brewery? I love beer and I love making beer! I think that Worcester is a unique place, its big enough to have breweries, but small enough that you can get involved. And it belongs to two Clarkies! J: What’s something most people don’t know about you? S: When I was 22, I was a senior in college and I went hiking and we decided to climb up a 1000 m hill, on the outskirts of Mexico City. On the side of the hill, there is a steep rock wall and we decided to climb it. About 6 feet from the top, I had to make a jump to grab a ledge, I get my fingers on the ledge, but then I feel my fingers slip and I fall 20 meters to the ground. My last thought was, I’m going to die! After I woke up, I was surprised, “Huh, I didn’t die! Cool.” My neck was sore and they couldn’t move me, they called paramedics and it was too windy for a helicopter, so they put me in a sled and dragged me off the mountain. I go to the hospital and the x-rays show that I don't have any fractures. Turns out, I was carrying a gallon jug of water on my back and that broke my fall. Next time, I’ll make sure to bring a growler of beer! Wow! That’s bananas! If you see Sergio around the taproom, say hi and ask to hear this story again! And, as always, if you’d like to share a little about yourself, reach out to Jess or Heather. -Cheers!
3cross Fermentation Coop
3 days ago
Peelin’ out with Single-speed! #offbrandall #3crossfermentationcoop #scurvy
3cross Fermentation Coop
4 days ago
Our pre-order window is Closing SUNDAY night!!! We won’t be ordering many extras so get in on this deal while you can!!! http://store.3cross.coop/
3Cross Brewing Company Claim
4 Knowlton Ave
Worcester, MA 01603
(508) 615-8195
Thu 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Open Now
Fri 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM Open Now
Sat 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Open Now
Sun 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM Open Now
A small brewery and taproom in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Parking: Parking lot, Street parking
Price range: $$
Style: IPA - American
ABV: 6.7%
# Ratings: 402
Score: 3.69
A brevet is not a race. This does not mean a brevet is easy. Roads, the weather, mechanicals, even your own body can work against you. But you can do this. You can go the distance. You can learn to like IPAs.You may already like IPAs. This IPA is meant to be approachable, but not watered down. Huge notes of orange, mango and pine resin dominate, but bitterness is restrained. Flavorful, but not aggressive. Workmanlike, not flashy.
Style: IPA - Imperial / Double
ABV: 8.3%
# Ratings: 199
Score: 3.70
Named after the distance of the Paris-Brest-Paris cycling event, this double IPA is our Brevet IPA amped up to ridiculous levels. A staggering amount of hops contribute bold notes of citrus, mango and resiny pine, all backed up by an assertive level of bitterness.
Style: Blonde Ale - Belgian Blonde / Golden
ABV: 7.0%
# Ratings: 191
Score: 3.60
Spend any time cycling in Worcester and you'll quickly realize that there are more than the oft-quoted "seven hills." Newton, Bancroft, Green, Chandler, Hancock, Union, College, Airport, Belmont, Grafton, Indian, and plenty that don't have names. Climb them and you've certainly earned a glass of Hilltopper. This Belgian blond ale showcases fruity and spicy esters from a traditional Trappist yeast strain, while a touch of sweet orange peel brings depth to the flavor profile.
Style: IPA - Session / India Session Ale
ABV: 4.5%
# Ratings: 111
Score: 3.60
Style: Witbier
ABV: 4.6%
# Ratings: 77
Score: 3.55
L'Enfer du Nord
Style: Stout - Imperial / Double
ABV: 9.5%
# Ratings: 76
Score: 3.83
(God wishes he was Eddy) Merckx
Style: Belgian Strong Golden Ale
ABV: 8.9%
# Ratings: 55
Score: 3.65
Members Only Jacket #3
Style: Stout - Other
IBUs: 30
# Ratings: 3
Score: 0.00
Session stout dry hopped with Mandarina
Zip Tie Ferry
Style: IPA - American
ABV: 5.0%
# Ratings: 3
Score: 0.00
Wet hopped pale ale
Style: Brown Ale - American
ABV: 7.0%
# Ratings: 280
Score: 3.58
Ask just about any bike mechanic about Sheldon Brown and you're bound to hear all about his encyclopedic, forever-90's-era website that covers everything from obscure bottom bracket standards to how to lace up a bicycle wheel. Sadly, Brown passed away in 2008, but he lives on through his website and, we hope, through this brown ale brewed in his memory. It features a rich malt base, which brings notes of chocolate and toast, with a good dose of American hops for a pleasant citrus finish without too much bitterness.
Style: Pale Ale - American
ABV: 5.2%
# Ratings: 203
Score: 3.69
Style: Red Ale - Imperial / Double
ABV: 7.5%
# Ratings: 190
Score: 3.67
Known as "de Kannibaal van Baal", Sven Nys dominated cyclocross for the better part of a decade. Nys was both a fierce competitor and a crowd favorite, and we think this beer is a fitting tribute to the two time World Champion. Aggressively hopped, but perfectly balanced with caramel malt, Kannibaal is sure to be enjoyed by athletes and spectators alike.
Style: Porter - Other
ABV: 5.9%
# Ratings: 172
Score: 3.59
Left, right, left, right. 90 RPM, that cadence is smooth as silk. A perfect pedal stroke is a thing of beauty. Only malt (no pedals) was mashed in the making of this beer. With waves of chocolate and toasted malt flavor, it will have you gliding along like the smoothest rouleur.
Style: IPA - Belgian
ABV: 7.2%
# Ratings: 120
Score: 3.49
Style: Pilsner - Other
ABV: 5.4%
# Ratings: 114
Score: 3.56
How long can you trackstand? One hand? No hands? While drinking this beer? Like its namesake, this beer is all about balance. It’s a careful interplay between the nutty sweetness of fresh Pilsner malt and the gentle bitterness of Hüll Melon hops.
Style: Saison / Farmhouse Ale
ABV: 5.9%
# Ratings: 97
Score: 3.49
Style: Fruit Beer
ABV: 5.0%
# Ratings: 83
Score: 3.79
Style: Kombucha
# Ratings: 72
Score: 3.68
Batch #215
Style: Sour - Ale
ABV: 5.5%
# Ratings: 33
Score: 3.99
Style: Brown Ale - Other
ABV: 7.0%
# Ratings: 25
Score: 4.02
Style: Pale Ale - American
ABV: 5.2%
# Ratings: 19
Score: 3.33
Like a single-speed bike, our flagship pale ale is a stripped down beer showcasing a single hop. A well rounded malt bill is complemented by additions of the featured hop throughout the brewing process.
4th Revolution
Style: Sour - Flanders Red Ale
ABV: 9.1%
# Ratings: 11
Score: 3.86
Members Only Jacket #2
Style: IPA - American
ABV: 7.1%
# Ratings: 6
Score: 0.00
Style: Pilsner - Other
# Ratings: 3
Score: 0.00
Trackstand Randall w/ basil, lime, galangal root
Style: Brown Ale - American
ABV: 7.0%
# Ratings: 2
Score: 0.00
Rich malt base with notes of chocolate and toast with a good dose of American hops for a pleasant citrus finish. Toast notes are greatly augmented by the use of a donut filled randal also a hint of cinnamon.