Our 5,500 square foot space in the basement of 26 Cambridge Street houses a spacious taproom, our "brewing nook" and lots of space for expansion. Our focus is on serving our community and we want to be known as a local, Worcester brewery. Our taproom will always come first and it's unlikely that you'll ever see 3cross beer sold too far from Worcester.
Our name references the classic spoke lacing pattern for a biycle wheel and you'll find elements of bicycle lore and culture throughout the brewery. Since we're cyclists as well as beer lovers, we aim to make 3cross the ideal place to end your next ride. Of course, we also aim to be the perfect place for anyone to enjoy a fresh, local beer.
Figs & Pigs will be offering up tacos made from fresh, seasonal ingredients here in the taproom for your gustatory pleasure. Beer and tacos, what could be better?
Jug band music evolved in the 1920's and 30's, and was designed from the beginning to attract crowds at medicine shows and street corners. It is still some of the most engaging music you could hope to hear. The Too Tight Jug Band pays tribute to this form and to the great musicians who invented it.
Father, Misty & the Big Rock is an acoustic duo hailing from Northampton, MA. Built on a foundation of aged harmonies, intermingled with a combination of singer-songwriter, blues, reggae, folk, and roots genres, our house is made of positive vibrations, chemistry, and the love of a life-long friendship.
Joy Rachelle started the indie/folk/rock band, “Bright, the Morning,” in 2010, performing at venues throughout Boston and Greater Worcester. Joy is most known for her online presence and has been featured in several ukulele websites, including “Humble Baritonics,” and “Uke can Play!”
A soulful, folk singer/songwriter, Andrew O'Keeffe heads up a trio, currently based in Cambridge, MA. The group focuses on music that is engaging, truthful, poetic, and resonates deeply with audiences and listeners. O’Keeffe captures a sound that draws on blues influences and concentrates on thoughtful lyricism.
Highway's End is an acoustic band based in Rhode Island. Their songs mix country music storytelling with the flash and musicianship of bluegrass and heavy metal guitar heroes.
Kat Kennedy began performing around her home state of Connecticut at the age of 7. Since then she has performed at venues across the country, sparking a love of music and performance that led her to Berklee College of Music in Boston. It was there that she found her current singer/songwriter, pop folk style.
Carlos Odria is a guitarist, composer, and scholar. His music embodies a blend of Latin American folk music, Spanish flamenco, jazz, and Afro-Peruvian rhythms, among other influences. Originally from Lima, Peru, Carlos moved to the United States in the early 2000s and has been an active performer since his arrival.
Prateek Poddar is a singer-songwriter from Weston, Massachusetts. He grew up surrounded by music, and has been playing one instrument or another since the age of four. In February 2016, he recorded his first EP, "Walking in My Sleep," in a bedroom with only his guitar, harmonicas, and two microphones. Prateek can generally be found playing music around the Greater Boston Area, or simply having a beer in one of his favorite bars.
With little more than an acoustic guitar and his low growl of a voice, James Keyes has been plying his trade for years in the taverns and bar rooms of New England. His music is a modern version of an old tradition steeped in folk and blues, and on hearing his songs you'll be taken to another time in American history when songwriters traveled the country by thumbing rides and hopping trains, playing for beers and whatever folks could afford to throw in the hat.
Zack Slik brings you good old-time back-porch Americana roots music. Switching between mandolin, 5-string banjo, and guitar, accompanying himself with harmonica and a stomping foot. Sticking close to tradition, Zack cultivates old tunes adding his own arrangements to some well seasoned classics as well as performing original material hand carved from the same tree. It is music set to get your feet a tappin', your smile wide and your mind in another place in time.
Worcester's own Jon Bonner lays down a gravelly, full-throated brand of country-blues that's both cathartic and engaging.
A nice creamy milk stout, layered with dark chocolate, vanilla and a hint of cinnamon and chile. 4.9% abv, 170 liters available
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. 7% abv, 50 liters available
Dark, roasted malt character gets overwhelmed by a huge, piney hop presence in this black IPA. 6.6% abv, 140 liters available
A rich, full malt body with notes of chocolate, toffee and currants makes this an easy-drinking, but exceptionally flavorful beer. 3.1% abv, 160 liters available
A rich and complex malt character evokes chocolate, currants and dark toast in this dangerously drinkable porter. 5.9% abv, 360 liters available
Kombucha is an ancient elixir made by the fermentation of tea and sugar to create a refreshing probiotic drink. A healthy dose of yeast and bacteria transform the all-organic ingredients into a tasty tart and sweet beverage.
Our housemade soda syrups are made from fresh ingredients and organic sugar. We mix them to order by the glass in traditional soda fountain style.
We offer beer in 125mL tasters and full pours to drink here, as well as 750mL and 2L growlers to bring home with you. Our selection of beer is a constant rotation and you'll rarely see the same lineup on two subsequent visits. When you get here we suggest ordering a sample flight of the beers we currently have on tap. Once you've had a chance to taste, perhaps put an order in for some growlers to go and a pint to savor while you're waiting for your order to be filled. Your growlers will be waiting for you at the register whenever you're ready to depart.
We have some seating available at the bar for those visiting in ones and twos and tables around the corner for those in larger parties. We do our best to make it back to the tables to clear your empties and take additional orders, but when things get busy your best bet is to come order at the bar.
We don't serve food in our taproom. Our focus is on making the best beer we possibly can. However, you are more than welcome to bring food with you to nosh on while you're here. There are a number of restaurants to order from within a small radius of our location, there's a full supermarket within easy walking distance and we invite food trucks to park in our lot from time to time.
Being a bike themed brewery we hope that you'll ride down to 3cross whenever possible. We have plenty of places to stash your bike inside. We have a good-sized parking lot available for those of you driving, but it does fill up when it gets busy. There is also limited on-street parking, but please be considerate of our neighbors.
Find 3cross brews on draught or in bottles at these fine establishments in the Worcester area.
draught beer draught kombucha bottled kombucha
138 Green St #5
117 Highland St
104 Shrewsbury St
55 Pearl St
281 Main St
408 Pleasant St
108 Grove St
366 Central St
232 Chandler St
392 Chandler St
195 Arnold Rd
72 Shrewsbury St
Our taproom is located in the basement of 26 Cambridge Street, at the rear of the building. Our parking lot and entrance are located on Knowlton Avenue. For those of you who've been in Worcester a while, we're in the space that was home to Playoff Entertainment. We're admittedly a little hard to find, but promise that it's worth the effort!