After an unforgettable bike trip through the picturesque forests and winding roads of the Vermont country side, there are few things better than kicking back and sipping on some of the best micro-brews the Green Mountain State has to offer. We’ve lined up our favorite pints and bites for you to try as you pedal your way through each stop of the Vermont Brewery Bike Tour. Cheers!
Where: Fiddlehead Brewery
What: Enjoy a Fiddlehead IPA
What’s better than pizza and beer? Grab a glass then head next door for a bite of Folino’s Margherita pie. It’s their specialty, and a Vermont must-try.
Where: Otter Creek Brewing Company
What: Belly up to the bar for a Free Flow IPA
Try it with the Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese with Jalapeño Pesto. It’s the perfect marriage of heat and hops, and a combination you won’t forget.
Where: Prohibition Pig
What: A pint of Bantam at a neighborhood hot spot
Refuel on the deck with one of the best IPAs around and a spread of tacos made from all local ingredients and house-smoked meat. Simple and satisfying.
Where: Stone Corral Brewing
What: Sip on a top-rated Maple Porter or enjoy a pint of the Palomino Pale APA
They say it’s the “freshest water in the United States” that helps make their impressive lineup of brews so delicious. Pair with a cheese board featuring a variety of Vermont’s best cheeses, sweet and crunchy candied walnuts, crisp apple slices and cranberry jam.
Where: Lost Nation Brewing
What: From a crisp Gose to a rich Pitch Black Ale, fuel up with a flight
As they say, “When in Rome do as the Romans do,” that means ordering a roasted pork Cubano or crispy Tempeh Reuben sandwich to go with your flight–they’re local favorites.
Where: Von Trapp Brewery
What: A variety of Austrian lagers
Visit the historic Von Trapp Family Bierhall for your choice of flavorful crisp lagers and meals inspired by the Von Trapp’s ancestral Austria. Be sure to check out the working wood-fired Parrilla grill that is the showcase feature of the Bierhall.
Experience a brewery bike tour in Vermont.