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Local Brewery Guide

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Local Brewery Guide

Local Brewery Guide
Guide to breweries in the area!
Foam Brewers was started in 2016 by an eclectic group of industry professionals with a shared appreciation for brewing, science, art, music, and culture. The brewery resides in a historic brick building along the Burlington waterfront that has seen everything from timber processing to fine dining. The brewery atmosphere represents the same influences that shape the brewing style. Foam aims to highlight what came before them while building upon that foundation with creativity and innovation. There is ample free parking in the lot directly in front of the brewery.
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Foam Brewers - Burlington Waterfront
112 Lake St
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Foam Brewers was started in 2016 by an eclectic group of industry professionals with a shared appreciation for brewing, science, art, music, and culture. The brewery resides in a historic brick building along the Burlington waterfront that has seen everything from timber processing to fine dining. The brewery atmosphere represents the same influences that shape the brewing style. Foam aims to highlight what came before them while building upon that foundation with creativity and innovation. There is ample free parking in the lot directly in front of the brewery.
Burlington Beer Company is an independent craft brewery that opened in May 2014. They strive to find balance between going too far and staying rooted in tradition. They brew a wide range of hazy, hop forward Pales Ale's, IPA's, Double IPA's, and Triple IPA's. As well as a plethora of fruit beers; some tart ones, some hoppy ones, and some easy drinking ones. They also love brewing dark beers. Brown Ale's, Porter's, Oatmeal Stout, Double Stout's, and Imperial Stouts. Each of their beers has a mind melting name and inspired artwork to match each beer. They make more than 50 different types of beer a year and host a dozen different bottle releases a year.
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Burlington Beer Company
25 Omega Dr
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Burlington Beer Company is an independent craft brewery that opened in May 2014. They strive to find balance between going too far and staying rooted in tradition. They brew a wide range of hazy, hop forward Pales Ale's, IPA's, Double IPA's, and Triple IPA's. As well as a plethora of fruit beers; some tart ones, some hoppy ones, and some easy drinking ones. They also love brewing dark beers. Brown Ale's, Porter's, Oatmeal Stout, Double Stout's, and Imperial Stouts. Each of their beers has a mind melting name and inspired artwork to match each beer. They make more than 50 different types of beer a year and host a dozen different bottle releases a year.
One of the distinguishing elements of beers at Zero Gravity is adherence to the qualities of the classic beer styles that make those beers great. This includes use of the best malt and hops, applying painstaking attention to technique and recipe, maturing the beers to full completion, and striving for internal balance above all. This mode—call it an unwavering commitment to the level of quality found in the great beers of the world—is not at odds with experimental brewing. It quietly underpins the work of the best creative breweries of America, and is the foundation our beers are built on. The Pine Street brew staff comprises Brewmaster Paul Sayler and Head of Production Justin McCarthy, with Flatbread Head Brewer Destiny Saxon stopping by from time to time.
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Zero Gravity Brewery
716 Pine St
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One of the distinguishing elements of beers at Zero Gravity is adherence to the qualities of the classic beer styles that make those beers great. This includes use of the best malt and hops, applying painstaking attention to technique and recipe, maturing the beers to full completion, and striving for internal balance above all. This mode—call it an unwavering commitment to the level of quality found in the great beers of the world—is not at odds with experimental brewing. It quietly underpins the work of the best creative breweries of America, and is the foundation our beers are built on. The Pine Street brew staff comprises Brewmaster Paul Sayler and Head of Production Justin McCarthy, with Flatbread Head Brewer Destiny Saxon stopping by from time to time.
Queen City Brewery opened in June 2014 and is located in a renovated warehouse in Burlington's historically industrial South End. With 14 taps available, their rotating beer list might include a delicate German lager, a robust Scottish winter warmer, a regional American specialty, an ancient monastic beer, an elegant English ale or a unique seasonal offering that's sure to please anyone who enjoys a fine glass of beer.
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Queen City Brewery
703 Pine Street
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Queen City Brewery opened in June 2014 and is located in a renovated warehouse in Burlington's historically industrial South End. With 14 taps available, their rotating beer list might include a delicate German lager, a robust Scottish winter warmer, a regional American specialty, an ancient monastic beer, an elegant English ale or a unique seasonal offering that's sure to please anyone who enjoys a fine glass of beer.
The Switchback Brewing Company was founded in 2002 by Bill Cherry and his longtime friend, Jeff Neiblum, with one goal in mind – to brew unexpected, relatable, great tasting beer. Switchback lineup has grown to include over 20 beers as year-round offerings, rotating specials and limited releases and they haven’t stopped reimagining flavor. The flagship, Switchback Ale, is available on draught and in 22oz bottles, 12oz stubby bottles, and 16oz cans. Their combo pack gives fans a chance to enjoy an assortment of Switchback beers.
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Switchback Brewing Co.
160 Flynn Avenue
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The Switchback Brewing Company was founded in 2002 by Bill Cherry and his longtime friend, Jeff Neiblum, with one goal in mind – to brew unexpected, relatable, great tasting beer. Switchback lineup has grown to include over 20 beers as year-round offerings, rotating specials and limited releases and they haven’t stopped reimagining flavor. The flagship, Switchback Ale, is available on draught and in 22oz bottles, 12oz stubby bottles, and 16oz cans. Their combo pack gives fans a chance to enjoy an assortment of Switchback beers.
Simple Roots brews classic, accessible beers that anyone can enjoy. You know them: pilsner, pale ale, stout, kolsch, and other true-to-style beers. •They are also busy experimenting with new hops, wild yeast, coffee or using that bumper crop of local raspberries for a sour. • For those who love the details: They’re small but mighty. They double brew on their three barrel brewery into seven barrel fermenters, allowing them to produce about 170 gallons of finished beer per brew. • They package their beer in 16 oz. cans and sell them within a 50 mile radius of our brewery in Burlington, VT. They’re also on tap in many of Northern Vermont’s best restaurants and bars.
Simple Roots Brewing
1127 North Ave
Simple Roots brews classic, accessible beers that anyone can enjoy. You know them: pilsner, pale ale, stout, kolsch, and other true-to-style beers. •They are also busy experimenting with new hops, wild yeast, coffee or using that bumper crop of local raspberries for a sour. • For those who love the details: They’re small but mighty. They double brew on their three barrel brewery into seven barrel fermenters, allowing them to produce about 170 gallons of finished beer per brew. • They package their beer in 16 oz. cans and sell them within a 50 mile radius of our brewery in Burlington, VT. They’re also on tap in many of Northern Vermont’s best restaurants and bars.
The Alchemist is a family run brewery specializing in fresh, unfiltered IPA. John and Jen Kimmich originally opened The Alchemist as a 60 seat brew pub in the village of Waterbury in 2003. After eight years of success and growing popularity, they decided to open a small production brewery. Today The Alchemist currently operates two breweries in Vermont and handles all local distribution. Heady Topper is a double India Pale Ale brewed by The Alchemist in Stowe, Vermont. It is unfiltered and contains 8% ABV, with hints of citrus flavors. Unpasteurized, it is kept refrigerated by authorized retailers until point of sale. As of August, 2018, it was rated the fourth best beer in the world by Beer Advocate
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The Alchemist Stowe
100 Cottage Club Road
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The Alchemist is a family run brewery specializing in fresh, unfiltered IPA. John and Jen Kimmich originally opened The Alchemist as a 60 seat brew pub in the village of Waterbury in 2003. After eight years of success and growing popularity, they decided to open a small production brewery. Today The Alchemist currently operates two breweries in Vermont and handles all local distribution. Heady Topper is a double India Pale Ale brewed by The Alchemist in Stowe, Vermont. It is unfiltered and contains 8% ABV, with hints of citrus flavors. Unpasteurized, it is kept refrigerated by authorized retailers until point of sale. As of August, 2018, it was rated the fourth best beer in the world by Beer Advocate
Hill Farmstead Brewery in Greensboro was named the best brewery in the world for the fifth straight year by RateBeer. The brewery on a dirt road in the Northeast Kingdom beat out more than 34,000 breweries to win the 2018 title, according to RateBeer. 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 (their 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 in Greensboro was named the best brewery in the world for the fifth straight year by RateBeer. The brewery on a dirt road in the Northeast Kingdom beat out more than 34,000 breweries to win the 2018 title, according to RateBeer. 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 (their great(x3) grandfather) tavern, just up the hill, in the early 1800s.
Magic Hat brews five year-round beers: #9 "Not Quite Pale Ale", Taken for Granite, Mother Lager, Citrus Boy, Elder Betty and Single Chair. It also produces up to four seasonal beers, seasonal variety packs and several limited release products.
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Magic Hat Brewing Company
5 Bartlett Bay Road
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Magic Hat brews five year-round beers: #9 "Not Quite Pale Ale", Taken for Granite, Mother Lager, Citrus Boy, Elder Betty and Single Chair. It also produces up to four seasonal beers, seasonal variety packs and several limited release products.
Fiddlehead Brewing Company is a brewer owned business. Crafting approachable, multidimensional beers, while growing responsibly with a focus on the arts and positively impacting those in our communities – one pint at a time.
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Fiddlehead Brewing Company
6305 Shelburne Rd
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Fiddlehead Brewing Company is a brewer owned business. Crafting approachable, multidimensional beers, while growing responsibly with a focus on the arts and positively impacting those in our communities – one pint at a time.
Justin Heilenbach, Bryan Holmes and Kris Nelson founded Citizen Cider in 2010 on a hunch and some good old-fashioned hard work. Kris was working as a wine salesmen, Bryan as a chemist and Justin as a small farmer. All discontent for one reason or another, they started pressing sweet cider in Kris’s barn and fermenting test batches of hard cider in Bryan’s basement. As it happens, they discovered that their ideas about hard cider translated into some pretty unique and interesting finished products.
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Citizen Cider
316 Pine Street
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Justin Heilenbach, Bryan Holmes and Kris Nelson founded Citizen Cider in 2010 on a hunch and some good old-fashioned hard work. Kris was working as a wine salesmen, Bryan as a chemist and Justin as a small farmer. All discontent for one reason or another, they started pressing sweet cider in Kris’s barn and fermenting test batches of hard cider in Bryan’s basement. As it happens, they discovered that their ideas about hard cider translated into some pretty unique and interesting finished products.
Kenny Richards, owner and founder of Halyard Brewing Company, was working towards his PhD in Religious Studies when he ran across an old recipe for alcoholic ginger beer. He was excited by the idea of reviving this forgotten beverage and started tinkering at home. After a lot of research and trial and error, he developed a recipe he really liked, and Halyard Brewing Company was born. They have worked hard to rediscover the lost craft of brewing alcoholic ginger beer and pay homage to the ginger beer of America’s past, while innovating with new techniques and flavors. All of their ginger beers are made with organic and fair trade ingredients and are naturally fermented, gluten free alcoholic beverages that can be enjoyed on their own, on ice with a squeeze of lime or in a hand fashioned cocktail.
Halyard Brewing Co.
80 Ethan Allen Dr
Kenny Richards, owner and founder of Halyard Brewing Company, was working towards his PhD in Religious Studies when he ran across an old recipe for alcoholic ginger beer. He was excited by the idea of reviving this forgotten beverage and started tinkering at home. After a lot of research and trial and error, he developed a recipe he really liked, and Halyard Brewing Company was born. They have worked hard to rediscover the lost craft of brewing alcoholic ginger beer and pay homage to the ginger beer of America’s past, while innovating with new techniques and flavors. All of their ginger beers are made with organic and fair trade ingredients and are naturally fermented, gluten free alcoholic beverages that can be enjoyed on their own, on ice with a squeeze of lime or in a hand fashioned cocktail.
Four Quarters embodies the cycle of life, the journey that each ingredient makes on its way to your glass. A seed, carefully planted and nurtured, growing with the energy of the sun, Earth, wind, and rain. The fruits harvested, later release their seeds, and the cycle of life starts again. When Four Quarters creates new beers, it’s celebrating the Earth and everything that grows within. Their logo shows the moon phases, which encapsulates this cycle, present in every living thing. The hope is that by thoughtfully crafting each and every beer with this cycle in mind, as well as the purpose of every ingredient used, the brewery can pass to its drinkers not just a glass of delicious brew, but its passion, its love, and its thankfulness for all things in the natural world.
Four Quarters Brewing Tap Room
70 Main Street
Four Quarters embodies the cycle of life, the journey that each ingredient makes on its way to your glass. A seed, carefully planted and nurtured, growing with the energy of the sun, Earth, wind, and rain. The fruits harvested, later release their seeds, and the cycle of life starts again. When Four Quarters creates new beers, it’s celebrating the Earth and everything that grows within. Their logo shows the moon phases, which encapsulates this cycle, present in every living thing. The hope is that by thoughtfully crafting each and every beer with this cycle in mind, as well as the purpose of every ingredient used, the brewery can pass to its drinkers not just a glass of delicious brew, but its passion, its love, and its thankfulness for all things in the natural world.