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Craft Brew Tours in Vermont Offer Sophisticated Sips

Vermont is your one-stop-shop for locally-brewed or distilled, crafted beverages. Whether you want to drink beer, wine, cider, or spirits, it’s all here. Tantalize your taste-buds on craft brew tours in Vermont.

Visit Vermont Breweries for Crafted Libations

We’re known for our breweries in Vermont. Don’t miss your chance to have a fantastic array of sips.

Craft Bev Trail Self-Guided Tour

Craft-beer-breweryIf you want the perfect opportunity to hop from brewery to brewery and taste their wares, try the Craft Bev Trail.

Purchase a $10 map at the Visitor’s Center in Stowe, and you’ll see exactly which breweries, cideries, and distilleries you should hit in the area. Or, you can purchase the tour package and pick up goodies for each member of your group, plus free chocolates from Laughing Moon in Stowe.

Your map will include discounts for each brewery, including 50% off tastings, free sampler glasses, discounts on food, and brewery gift shop coupons.

Where You’ll Visit on Craft Brewery Tours

Vermont is loaded with breweries. In fact, we have more per capita than anywhere else in the U.S. These are a few top-notch establishments in the area:

Boyden Valley Winery and Spirits – An award-winning outfit producing wine, cider, and spirits with an emphasis on sustainable farming.

Idletyme Brewing Co. – This Stowe mainstay brews their beer in small batches in a copper brew kettle.

Stowe Cider – If you’re a cider fan, stop here to try the experimental flavors, all of which contain local hops and fruits.

If you’re headed to the area for Vermont Breweries, book your “beer-cation” with us at Green Mountain Inn.


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