When you come to a fork in the road, take it. Maybe that's where Two Roads Brewing Company came up with its name. Thanks to the efforts of award-winning brewmaster Phil Markowski, Two Roads' beer lineup consists of twists on classics. Think of their beer as moving to a new house on the other side of town. It's familiar and accessible, yet new and exciting. That's just one reason Paste Magazine named Two Roads Brewing Company one of the 10 best craft breweries in the country.
Every beer that comes out of this Stratford, Connecticut, brewery is a labor of love, handcrafted to perfection each step of the way. If you're new to Two Roads, there's no wrong way to start your journey, but the Great American Beer Festival thinks the Belgian Lambic Ale Series is the best. Brewed and aged for 18 to 28 months, these fruity beers are sour, tart and refreshing enough to drink no matter where you are or what you're doing. That said, if you come to two beers in the road, take both.