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Vermont Backcountry Cottages Guidebook

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Vermont Backcountry Cottages Guidebook

My favorite eateries
From pub food, to French cuisine, the Green Mountains have what you're looking for.
Two words...trout sandwich. Way too much goodness here to elaborate on. Come for the food and coffee, stay for the books. Warning: allow ample time to explore this place. Not your average book store. Carefully curated books, many of which you won't find elsewhere.
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Sandy's Books and Bakery
30 North Main Street
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Two words...trout sandwich. Way too much goodness here to elaborate on. Come for the food and coffee, stay for the books. Warning: allow ample time to explore this place. Not your average book store. Carefully curated books, many of which you won't find elsewhere.
Watch your fingers! The burger is so good you risk injury to your fingers. Great beer selection, awesome hosts, and excellent food.
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Maple Soul
13 School St
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Watch your fingers! The burger is so good you risk injury to your fingers. Great beer selection, awesome hosts, and excellent food.
Much of what they serve here they grew themselves. Creative dishes, excellent presentation, funky cool environment.
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Black Krim Tavern
21 Merchants Row
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Much of what they serve here they grew themselves. Creative dishes, excellent presentation, funky cool environment.
Quintessential Vermont country store. If Sara doesn't have it, you don't need it. They have non-ethanol gas too! Best pizza in Central Vermont!
Hubbard's Country Store
38 VT-125
Quintessential Vermont country store. If Sara doesn't have it, you don't need it. They have non-ethanol gas too! Best pizza in Central Vermont!
Cute little cafe with all the basics. They have an old soda counter and solid eats.
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Rochester Cafe
55 North Main Street
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Cute little cafe with all the basics. They have an old soda counter and solid eats.
Saap has some great Northern Thai Food. Don't worry, they'll go easy on the spice if you ask.
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Saap Restaurant
50 Randolph Ave
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Saap has some great Northern Thai Food. Don't worry, they'll go easy on the spice if you ask.
Good ole fashioned roadhouse with pretty darn good BBQ. The menu is surprisingly pricey on some items, probably due to its proximity to the ski areas...but sometimes you just need a rack of ribs.
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Localfolk Smokehouse
9 Vermont 17
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Good ole fashioned roadhouse with pretty darn good BBQ. The menu is surprisingly pricey on some items, probably due to its proximity to the ski areas...but sometimes you just need a rack of ribs.
Don't underestimate the cuisine here. Even the bland décor will throw you off...c'est trés fantastique!
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Cafe Provence
11 Center Street
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Don't underestimate the cuisine here. Even the bland décor will throw you off...c'est trés fantastique!
Provisions
Whether you need a six pack or Szechuan sauce, one of these places should do the tick.
This family raises some of the best beef I've ever had, right up in the Hollows above Rochester. You can buy farm fresh eggs (duck, goose, chicken), many cuts of fresh beef, bacon, honey, syrup, and now in the summer you can even stop for an ice cream! Stop in and tell Stacy I sent yah.
North Hollow Farm
2124 North Hollow Farm
This family raises some of the best beef I've ever had, right up in the Hollows above Rochester. You can buy farm fresh eggs (duck, goose, chicken), many cuts of fresh beef, bacon, honey, syrup, and now in the summer you can even stop for an ice cream! Stop in and tell Stacy I sent yah.
Mac's has all the basics and a Vermont Liquor Store.
Mac's Market, Rochester
Mac's has all the basics and a Vermont Liquor Store.
Awesome country store with a great selection of beer, life changing pizza, basic goods, some art, candy, you name it. Stop in for coffee and breakfast sandwiches!
Hubbard's Country Store
38 VT-125
Awesome country store with a great selection of beer, life changing pizza, basic goods, some art, candy, you name it. Stop in for coffee and breakfast sandwiches!
This place is a time machine. Basic provisions, beer and wine. Post office. Gas pump. Good people.
Ripton Country Store
1192 VT-125
This place is a time machine. Basic provisions, beer and wine. Post office. Gas pump. Good people.
This place is a lot of fun, albeit pricey on some items. Deli, baked goods. Beer and wine cellar.
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Original General Store
3963 Vermont 100
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This place is a lot of fun, albeit pricey on some items. Deli, baked goods. Beer and wine cellar.
Absolutely no frills here. Just the basics.
Granville General Store
5358 Vermont 100
Absolutely no frills here. Just the basics.
Killer sandwiches, great craft beer selection, and just about everything else under the sun including a nice clothing and gift shop upstairs...all situated right next to Freeman Brook. Enjoy a sandwich at a picnic table right on the water!
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Warren Store
284 Main Street
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Killer sandwiches, great craft beer selection, and just about everything else under the sun including a nice clothing and gift shop upstairs...all situated right next to Freeman Brook. Enjoy a sandwich at a picnic table right on the water!
JD's has the best craft beer selection I have found in the area. Don't be fooled by the Sunoco sign....inside is a sumptuous feast of beer, including fresh poured growlers!
JD's Quick Stop
523 VT-100
JD's has the best craft beer selection I have found in the area. Don't be fooled by the Sunoco sign....inside is a sumptuous feast of beer, including fresh poured growlers!
Art
BigTown Gallery, and its non-profit, BigTown Projects, Inc. explores the local impact of creative economy. Our programming seeks to highlight accomplished and well-established artists for general appreciation, enjoyment and investment. BigTown Gallery, offers a full spectrum of visual, literary, and performing arts with its year-round exhibit schedule, Summer Reading Series, and performing arts events. Programming is presented by the Gallery’s non-profit 501c3 tax deductible sister-entity, BigTown Projects, and is generously supported by loyal audience members and partners; all free (unless noted otherwise) and open to the public. The Bigtown Projects events are currently held at BigTown Gallery Rochester, located in the heart of Vermont, on RT 100 at 99 North Main, Rochester.
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BigTown Gallery
99 North Main Street
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BigTown Gallery, and its non-profit, BigTown Projects, Inc. explores the local impact of creative economy. Our programming seeks to highlight accomplished and well-established artists for general appreciation, enjoyment and investment. BigTown Gallery, offers a full spectrum of visual, literary, and performing arts with its year-round exhibit schedule, Summer Reading Series, and performing arts events. Programming is presented by the Gallery’s non-profit 501c3 tax deductible sister-entity, BigTown Projects, and is generously supported by loyal audience members and partners; all free (unless noted otherwise) and open to the public. The Bigtown Projects events are currently held at BigTown Gallery Rochester, located in the heart of Vermont, on RT 100 at 99 North Main, Rochester.
Gorgeous, handmade glasswork.
Green Mountain Glassworks
5523 VT-100
Gorgeous, handmade glasswork.
Chandler Center for the Arts is a community-based arts organization in Randolph, Vermont, serving Central Vermont and the Upper Valley region with a year-round series of performances, art exhibits and educational opportunities in historic Chandler Music Hall and Gallery.
Chandler Center for the Arts
71 S Main St
Chandler Center for the Arts is a community-based arts organization in Randolph, Vermont, serving Central Vermont and the Upper Valley region with a year-round series of performances, art exhibits and educational opportunities in historic Chandler Music Hall and Gallery.
The Middlebury College Museum of Art is the largest learning laboratory on campus and one of Vermont’s premier visual arts venues. By collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and contextualizing art representing a diversity of peoples, cultures, and periods, we create opportunities for all visitors—students, faculty, staff, and the larger public—to connect with others and transform their understanding of the world through the exploration of art and its meanings.
Middlebury College Museum of Art
72 Porter Field Road
The Middlebury College Museum of Art is the largest learning laboratory on campus and one of Vermont’s premier visual arts venues. By collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and contextualizing art representing a diversity of peoples, cultures, and periods, we create opportunities for all visitors—students, faculty, staff, and the larger public—to connect with others and transform their understanding of the world through the exploration of art and its meanings.
The St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, a legacy of the Fairbanks family, is a private, nonprofit public library and art gallery located in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. A monument of the 19th century belief in learning, the Athenaeum was founded by Horace Fairbanks as a culture center for the town - a true "athenaeum," providing a free public library and art gallery, as well as a host for numerous educational events.
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St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
1171 Main Street
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The St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, a legacy of the Fairbanks family, is a private, nonprofit public library and art gallery located in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. A monument of the 19th century belief in learning, the Athenaeum was founded by Horace Fairbanks as a culture center for the town - a true "athenaeum," providing a free public library and art gallery, as well as a host for numerous educational events.
Inside our classic Victorian building, you’ll find a dazzling array of animals and artifacts, dolls and tools, shells and fossils, and much more! Take a trip through the cosmos in Vermont's only public planetarium. A full calendar of events, workshops, lectures and field programs invites everyone to explore the nature of our world.
Fairbanks Museum
Inside our classic Victorian building, you’ll find a dazzling array of animals and artifacts, dolls and tools, shells and fossils, and much more! Take a trip through the cosmos in Vermont's only public planetarium. A full calendar of events, workshops, lectures and field programs invites everyone to explore the nature of our world.
The Bundy Modern, built in 1962 as an art and sculpture gallery, was conceived to be in harmony with its surroundings in nature and to bring the outdoors in through the use of walls of glass. Set on a plateau with mountain views, the Bundy was designed in the Bauhaus style by Harvard GSD architect, Harlow Carpenter. The original mission: to offer a space for modern and contemporary artists and sculptors to show their work within a setting of serene rural beauty, while offering the public an unusually pure example of modern architecture for inspiration and study. Today we build on the original mission by offering an intersectional view of the arts inclusive of modern, contemporary and industrial art, design, craft and furniture. We will achieve this by working with curators deeply knowledgeable in their field who will bring a fresh vision to the space.
The Bundy Modern
361 Bundy Rd
The Bundy Modern, built in 1962 as an art and sculpture gallery, was conceived to be in harmony with its surroundings in nature and to bring the outdoors in through the use of walls of glass. Set on a plateau with mountain views, the Bundy was designed in the Bauhaus style by Harvard GSD architect, Harlow Carpenter. The original mission: to offer a space for modern and contemporary artists and sculptors to show their work within a setting of serene rural beauty, while offering the public an unusually pure example of modern architecture for inspiration and study. Today we build on the original mission by offering an intersectional view of the arts inclusive of modern, contemporary and industrial art, design, craft and furniture. We will achieve this by working with curators deeply knowledgeable in their field who will bring a fresh vision to the space.
The Sheldon Museum, the oldest community-based Museum in the country, has welcomed visitors and researchers since 1882. In 2015, the Sheldon Museum announced a two-year alliance with Historic New England. To learn more about Historic New England and the alliance, follow the links on the next page. Our mission is to serve the public by preserving the historic memory of Addison County and neighboring communities, heightening the awareness and enjoyment of our rich cultural legacy, and stimulating the study of connections between Vermont’s past and broader historical themes. We offer lively tours, exhibits, and programs to enrich the understanding of Vermont’s past in each of the three main areas of the Museum: The Judd-Harris House, built in 1829, showcases a wealth of objects depicting small town life in nineteenth century Vermont The Stewart-Swift Research Center houses one of the state’s premier archival collections, documenting the history of Middlebury, Addison County, and Vermont The Walter Cerf Gallery hosts changing exhibits throughout the year The Museum also has an Education Program offering on-site and outreach programs using reproductions of maps, documents, and artifacts from the Museum collections. Public programs at the Sheldon Museum include a popular Holiday Open House, an outdoor Pops Concert in the summer, and many other events throughout the year. View Programs & Events for a full list of upcoming Museum programs.
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Henry Sheldon Museum
1 Park Street
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The Sheldon Museum, the oldest community-based Museum in the country, has welcomed visitors and researchers since 1882. In 2015, the Sheldon Museum announced a two-year alliance with Historic New England. To learn more about Historic New England and the alliance, follow the links on the next page. Our mission is to serve the public by preserving the historic memory of Addison County and neighboring communities, heightening the awareness and enjoyment of our rich cultural legacy, and stimulating the study of connections between Vermont’s past and broader historical themes. We offer lively tours, exhibits, and programs to enrich the understanding of Vermont’s past in each of the three main areas of the Museum: The Judd-Harris House, built in 1829, showcases a wealth of objects depicting small town life in nineteenth century Vermont The Stewart-Swift Research Center houses one of the state’s premier archival collections, documenting the history of Middlebury, Addison County, and Vermont The Walter Cerf Gallery hosts changing exhibits throughout the year The Museum also has an Education Program offering on-site and outreach programs using reproductions of maps, documents, and artifacts from the Museum collections. Public programs at the Sheldon Museum include a popular Holiday Open House, an outdoor Pops Concert in the summer, and many other events throughout the year. View Programs & Events for a full list of upcoming Museum programs.
The Middlebury College Museum of Art is an integral educational and cultural component of Middlebury College whose mission is to enable visitors to understand more fully the artistic achievements represented by a diversity of cultures. Our collection of several thousand objects ranges from antiquities to contemporary art and includes distinguished collections of Asian art, photography, 19th-century European and American sculpture, and contemporary prints. Works from the permanent collection and special loan exhibitions are on display throughout the year, and we regularly sponsor lectures, gallery talks, films, school programs, and family workshops. The Museum also maintains the college's collection of 20 works of public sculpture sited in various locations around the campus.
Middlebury College Museum of Art
72 Porter Field Road
The Middlebury College Museum of Art is an integral educational and cultural component of Middlebury College whose mission is to enable visitors to understand more fully the artistic achievements represented by a diversity of cultures. Our collection of several thousand objects ranges from antiquities to contemporary art and includes distinguished collections of Asian art, photography, 19th-century European and American sculpture, and contemporary prints. Works from the permanent collection and special loan exhibitions are on display throughout the year, and we regularly sponsor lectures, gallery talks, films, school programs, and family workshops. The Museum also maintains the college's collection of 20 works of public sculpture sited in various locations around the campus.
Handcrafts
Since the beginning of The Bowl Mill in 1857, the heart of our craft has been producing durable and beautiful wooden bowls, manufactured right here in Vermont. We take great pride in providing our customers with the highest quality wooden bowls for home decoration and function. Each piece of wood is tested for integrity and designed to last for generations to come. We produce and sell unique one-piece hardwood bowls made from beech, walnut, maple and cherry wood. Treasured for their timeless style and functionality, these handcrafted wood bowls are made by skilled craftsmen using only the highest quality wood available. Each bowl inherits the distinctive grain of the tree, containing a history of the weather, climate and soil conditions experienced during the growth cycle of the tree. It can take close to 100 years for a single hardwood tree to produce the grains that make our bowls remarkable.
Bowl Mill Store
45 Mill Rd
Since the beginning of The Bowl Mill in 1857, the heart of our craft has been producing durable and beautiful wooden bowls, manufactured right here in Vermont. We take great pride in providing our customers with the highest quality wooden bowls for home decoration and function. Each piece of wood is tested for integrity and designed to last for generations to come. We produce and sell unique one-piece hardwood bowls made from beech, walnut, maple and cherry wood. Treasured for their timeless style and functionality, these handcrafted wood bowls are made by skilled craftsmen using only the highest quality wood available. Each bowl inherits the distinctive grain of the tree, containing a history of the weather, climate and soil conditions experienced during the growth cycle of the tree. It can take close to 100 years for a single hardwood tree to produce the grains that make our bowls remarkable.
Green Mountain Glassworks
5523 VT-100
Okay, so it’s not handmade anymore, but the owner Larry, is my friend and neighbor. Pick some of this stuff up…it’s everywhere in Vermont. You won’t regret it. We recognize that human beings are now at a critical juncture in relation to our planet, and that viable alternatives must be created to lead us into a sustainable future. Vermont Soap was created to manufacture and market high quality, unique and natural personal care products of usefulness and value; and to be an example of how corporations can be a tool for positive social change. We emphasize the wholeness and integration of the company departments through communication, participation in the growth process, and acceptance of responsibility among co-workers. We pledge to conduct our business in an environmentally aware manner emphasizing reuse and recycling, the use of natural base ingredients, and the application of appropriate technology.
Vermont Soap
616 Exchange St
Okay, so it’s not handmade anymore, but the owner Larry, is my friend and neighbor. Pick some of this stuff up…it’s everywhere in Vermont. You won’t regret it. We recognize that human beings are now at a critical juncture in relation to our planet, and that viable alternatives must be created to lead us into a sustainable future. Vermont Soap was created to manufacture and market high quality, unique and natural personal care products of usefulness and value; and to be an example of how corporations can be a tool for positive social change. We emphasize the wholeness and integration of the company departments through communication, participation in the growth process, and acceptance of responsibility among co-workers. We pledge to conduct our business in an environmentally aware manner emphasizing reuse and recycling, the use of natural base ingredients, and the application of appropriate technology.
Antiques
Sam is the BEST! Stop by often because Sam gets lots of new stuff. I outfitted 1/2 my cottage from The Barn. Sam even taught me his "secret" furniture cleaning recipe. The Barn isn't full of "dainty" antiques and doilies. It has tons of old tools, rustic furniture, glassware, cast iron kitchenware, old signs, etc. Must stop even if just to browse and get nostalgic. This should be your first stop if you're on the antique trail. Watch out, Sam and his wife drive a hard bargain!
The Barn Antiques
118 3 Mile Bridge Rd
Sam is the BEST! Stop by often because Sam gets lots of new stuff. I outfitted 1/2 my cottage from The Barn. Sam even taught me his "secret" furniture cleaning recipe. The Barn isn't full of "dainty" antiques and doilies. It has tons of old tools, rustic furniture, glassware, cast iron kitchenware, old signs, etc. Must stop even if just to browse and get nostalgic. This should be your first stop if you're on the antique trail. Watch out, Sam and his wife drive a hard bargain!
Robert Somaini began collecting as a child. You can find him amidst a horde of antiques from April 30th to October 30th. As an added bonus, the Vermont Flannel Company is located right across the street. I got a bunch of stuff from Robert, including my rocking chair. He's a really nice guy and loves to chat. I look forward to seeing him again.
East Barre Antique Mall
133 Mill Street
Robert Somaini began collecting as a child. You can find him amidst a horde of antiques from April 30th to October 30th. As an added bonus, the Vermont Flannel Company is located right across the street. I got a bunch of stuff from Robert, including my rocking chair. He's a really nice guy and loves to chat. I look forward to seeing him again.
Despite the cute name, this little shop has some really nice pieces. They're not cheap by any means, but you can tell they were hand picked. They had a handful of rare old farm pieces in very good condition. In addition, this is a family farm and a native plant nursery. It's a lovely property and the owners are quite friendly.
Select Antiques & Wayward Items
2127 VT-73
Despite the cute name, this little shop has some really nice pieces. They're not cheap by any means, but you can tell they were hand picked. They had a handful of rare old farm pieces in very good condition. In addition, this is a family farm and a native plant nursery. It's a lovely property and the owners are quite friendly.
Breweries/Wineries/Distilleries
From the north end of Waitsfield, starting at the General Wait House, the Path goes south to Mad River Green following the sidewalk through historic Waitsfield to Bridge Street, where it runs along the river and over an old earthen berm, which was used historically as a dam to power local mills and to collect river ice in winter. It continues along Route 100 and then crosses over to traverse around the Town Pond. (Be careful crossing Route 100 here!) From the Town Pond it continues south over a boardwalk through a lovely wetland (great for bird watching!). From here the Path runs along Slow Road into the Mad River Green, where it turns left and crosses Route 100 again, skirting a town cemetery before dropping back down to the Mad River, which it follows to Fiddler’s Green. Interactive map: https://www.madriverpath.com/maps.php
Hill Farmstead Brewery is the culmination of many years of travel and insight—of experience and education—of friendships and explorations. The brewery is the revival and continuation of 220 years of Hill heritage and hand crafted history in North Greensboro, Vermont. Its logo is retrieved from a sign that once hung in Aaron Hill's (our great(x3) grandfather) tavern, just up the hill, in the early 1800s.
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Hill Farmstead Brewery
403 Hill Road
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Hill Farmstead Brewery is the culmination of many years of travel and insight—of experience and education—of friendships and explorations. The brewery is the revival and continuation of 220 years of Hill heritage and hand crafted history in North Greensboro, Vermont. Its logo is retrieved from a sign that once hung in Aaron Hill's (our great(x3) grandfather) tavern, just up the hill, in the early 1800s.
Lawson’s Finest Liquids produces beer of the highest quality with outstanding freshness. We emulate the best of widely appreciated styles of beer, featuring world class IPAs and unique maple brews, while quenching the thirst of beer lovers from near and far. Lawson’s Finest Liquids is a valued leader in the craft beer culture. Our customers are excited and engaged by our high-quality beer and memorable experiences. We create economic vitality in the local community through beer tourism and by providing rewarding careers within a vibrant company culture. We further support our neighbors and local charitable organizations through philanthropic giving.
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Lawson’s Finest Liquids
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Lawson’s Finest Liquids produces beer of the highest quality with outstanding freshness. We emulate the best of widely appreciated styles of beer, featuring world class IPAs and unique maple brews, while quenching the thirst of beer lovers from near and far. Lawson’s Finest Liquids is a valued leader in the craft beer culture. Our customers are excited and engaged by our high-quality beer and memorable experiences. We create economic vitality in the local community through beer tourism and by providing rewarding careers within a vibrant company culture. We further support our neighbors and local charitable organizations through philanthropic giving.
Beer is like art. To each their own. That's probably why there are so many craft brews to be had. I'm a lager man. Whether you prefer your beer light or heavy, hoppy or sweet, smooth or bold, you’ll find something to satisfy your palate at von Trapp Brewing. We offer an array of year-round and seasonal lagers at our brewery located at the world-famous Trapp Family Lodge. Stop in any time of year and enjoy a heavenly libation made right here in Stowe, Vermont.
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von Trapp Brewery & Bierhall
1333 Luce Hill Rd
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Beer is like art. To each their own. That's probably why there are so many craft brews to be had. I'm a lager man. Whether you prefer your beer light or heavy, hoppy or sweet, smooth or bold, you’ll find something to satisfy your palate at von Trapp Brewing. We offer an array of year-round and seasonal lagers at our brewery located at the world-famous Trapp Family Lodge. Stop in any time of year and enjoy a heavenly libation made right here in Stowe, Vermont.
Inspired by the 273-mile hiking trail that traverses through the Green Mountains, Long Trail Brewing has been a caretaker of Vermont craft since 1989. From small-batch recipes developed in our farmhouse-turned-pilot-brewery to large-scale staples like our flagship Long Trail Ale® , our brewers are committed to crafting a trail-worthy family of beers.
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Long Trail Brewing Company
5520 US-4
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Inspired by the 273-mile hiking trail that traverses through the Green Mountains, Long Trail Brewing has been a caretaker of Vermont craft since 1989. From small-batch recipes developed in our farmhouse-turned-pilot-brewery to large-scale staples like our flagship Long Trail Ale® , our brewers are committed to crafting a trail-worthy family of beers.
Vermont's Otter Creek Brewing Company has been hitting, hopping and dosing brews with creativity since acid-wash jeans were hip. Following the addition of a state-of-the-art brew house and more canning capacity, the OCB Crew is continuing down the path of innovation, throwing a bit of kind into the kettle whenever possible. OCB's hop-soaked ales and lagers are available throughout the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions.
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The Otter Creek Brewery
793 Exchange Street
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Vermont's Otter Creek Brewing Company has been hitting, hopping and dosing brews with creativity since acid-wash jeans were hip. Following the addition of a state-of-the-art brew house and more canning capacity, the OCB Crew is continuing down the path of innovation, throwing a bit of kind into the kettle whenever possible. OCB's hop-soaked ales and lagers are available throughout the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions.
After years honing our skills in the brewing and process industry, we set forth to create a brewery with a simple mission; to produce honest beer. The result is a 7,000bbl brewery located in Northern Vermont that is capable of brewing any style of ales and lagers. The brewery takes inspiration from lesser known European beer styles, along with local Vermont life to guide our brews. The attention to detail, modern equipment, and love for beer help produce truly authentic, unique beers.
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Lost Nation Brewing
87 Creamery Road
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After years honing our skills in the brewing and process industry, we set forth to create a brewery with a simple mission; to produce honest beer. The result is a 7,000bbl brewery located in Northern Vermont that is capable of brewing any style of ales and lagers. The brewery takes inspiration from lesser known European beer styles, along with local Vermont life to guide our brews. The attention to detail, modern equipment, and love for beer help produce truly authentic, unique beers.
Switchback Ale was developed as a flavor concept, not adhering to any style guidelines. Using only traditional ingredients, Switchback Ale is an unfiltered, reddish-amber ale which is particularly well-balanced, allowing for complexity of flavor coupled with an unusually smooth and refreshing character. Five different malts, select hop varieties, and our own specially cultivated yeast create an ale which leads with hop fl¬avors and a subtle impression of fruit (our yeast’s contribution), followed by a palate pleasing malty finish. All Switchback beers are brewed in Burlington, Vermont and are carbonated during fermentation by the yeast itself resulting in a 100% naturally conditioned beer. After aging, we simply move the beer to the keg or bottle, leaving it unfiltered for the freshest, fullest, most natural flavor possible. Switchback Brewing Co. is 100% employee owned.
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Switchback Brewing Co.
160 Flynn Avenue
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Switchback Ale was developed as a flavor concept, not adhering to any style guidelines. Using only traditional ingredients, Switchback Ale is an unfiltered, reddish-amber ale which is particularly well-balanced, allowing for complexity of flavor coupled with an unusually smooth and refreshing character. Five different malts, select hop varieties, and our own specially cultivated yeast create an ale which leads with hop fl¬avors and a subtle impression of fruit (our yeast’s contribution), followed by a palate pleasing malty finish. All Switchback beers are brewed in Burlington, Vermont and are carbonated during fermentation by the yeast itself resulting in a 100% naturally conditioned beer. After aging, we simply move the beer to the keg or bottle, leaving it unfiltered for the freshest, fullest, most natural flavor possible. Switchback Brewing Co. is 100% employee owned.
With Good Measure, our intention is to give you something that doesn't overload the palate, but rather gives space for a range of tastes, textures, and experiences. In each of our beers, you'll find something familiar and something distinctly new.
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Good Measure Brewing Co.
17 East St
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With Good Measure, our intention is to give you something that doesn't overload the palate, but rather gives space for a range of tastes, textures, and experiences. In each of our beers, you'll find something familiar and something distinctly new.