If you were to ask anyone who has taken the ride to the Jamaice Plain area of Boston and gone on the tour of the famous Samuel Adams Brewery, you'll probably hear that it was well worth the short drive from the Southcoast.  The brewery is so very rich in history, and the guides do their best to make the experience as fun and entertaining as possible.

The tours are free (except for private tours), and a new one begins every 40 minutes.  According to citybrewtours.com, even the most loyal Samuel Adams fans will learn many new things about the beer and the Patriot himself.

At the end of the tour, you even get to enjoy the taste of one of the Samuel Adams flavors.   The brewery is located at 30 Germaine Street in Boston, and you can get more information and even book a tour time on the Samuel Adams website.

If you're 21 or over and taking any time off during the holidays, this may be something you'll really enjoy.