Tree House Brewing is located in the hilly country of southern Massachusetts. While driving through this residential area, it feels unlikely that a brewery is nearby, but at the end of a dirt driveway is their compact brewhouse and tasting room. There is limited space for parking out front, next to their patio with open fire pit. Further back on this hillside property is a small wooden tree house overlooking a beautiful mountain range, and the vista on a nice day is quite tranquil. The small red wooden building on the left is the brewery tasting room. There is a small walk up wooden bar which features five house beers. These are available for sale by growler or 750mL bottle, but unfortunately they were not allowed to offer samples due to town restrictions. They are working on getting a modified license to allow sampling, but for my visit I feel obliged to lower their service score for this reason. However, the owners were very friendly and super apologetic about the situation. The tasting room decor is cozy and there are a few chairs. The walls are pale wooden and decorated with lights and beer bottles. In the back is their 5 bbl stainless steel brewing system, and there brews rotate frequently. There is no food menu in the tasting room. I bought a 750mL bottle of their Julius American IPA (6.8%) for later consumption, and I was extremely impressed by its fresh, concentrated hop aromas. If their other beers are this good, despite this brewery's other shortcomings, it is assured to do well. Tree House is a warm and inviting place, a little remote, but is a relaxing place to visit if you have time and are not feeling rushed.