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2022 ISSUE 3 CALEDONIA SPIRITS CRAFT COCKTAILS OFFER COZY COMFORT TWO HEROES BREWERY EXPANDS THEIR TAPROOM VERMONT MALTHOUSE A MODEL FOR OTHER AGRICULTURALISTS
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contents 10 BizBuzz NEWS AROUND THE CAMPFIRE... WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 12 Brew News NEW RELEASES AND FUN STUFF WE’VE HEARD ABOUT 42 Brew Finds LOCAL TASTINGS AND HOW TO FIND THEM 50 What’s Happening EVENTS AND MUSIC COMING TO A PLACE NEAR YOU 58 BrewView To Go . . . A COMPREHENSIVE MAP AND KEY OF WHERE TO FIND LOCAL BREWERIES, DISTILLERIES, WINERIES, AND CIDERIES 60 Brew HaHa FUN STUFF AND WHERE TO FIND IT! Caledonia Spirits 16 A Look at Fall 22 Harvest Bounty 24 BY
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Vermont Malthouse 30 BY
EDINGER Cannabis Corner 38 BY MEREDITH MANN, JESSILYN DOLAN, AND AMELIA COVER PHOTO COURTESY OF HILL FARMSTEAD BREWERY/ BOB M. MONTGOMERY IMAGES. PHOTO THIS PAGE COURTESY OF CALEDONIA SPIRITS in every issue interesting finds 18
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We have had a great time hitting the breweries, wineries and distilleries all over Vermont. And the cider makers? Outstanding! We are so lucky to have such a great collection of crafters here in Vermont continually putting out quality prod uct. But you probably know this with the reaction of your friends and family from out of state when they experience the Vermont craft scene.

With this issue we bring you spotlights on Two Heroes Brewery in South Hero getting it done! And we spotlight one of the most consistent breweries in Ver mont recognized for their products….Foley Brothers in Brandon. Both have great stories to tell.

Can’t have a good brew without good products to make them. That’s where Vermont Malthouse comes in. We check in with the malthouse and learn just how much work, expertise and ingenuity it takes to provide quality products to brewers all over New England.

We’ve added a new feature called Biz Buzz that runs down the various awards, accolades, and other notables in the industry. We have a nice two page photo spread from Hill Farmstead and Lawson’s Finest, and we continue to bring you Cannabis Corner with reviews and information.

Enjoy the issue and Cheers!

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Welcome to the first Biz Buzz! Send us your awards, accolades, announcements, and way-togos and we’ll get them recognized in the next issue. Just send them to: brewviewmo@gmail.com

LAWSON'S FINEST LIQUIDS

We hold an annual employee “home brew” competition. This year we had five teams crafting their original recipes. And the winner is....Sip of Sunrise. Stop by and congratulate them on the win. The winner's selection will be available on tap this January. www.lawsonsfinest.com

Weird Window Brewing

Weird Window Brewing brewed their 100th batch recently! Congratulations on an outstanding job and continue to do what you do! Cheers! www.weirdwindowbrewing.com

Black Flannel Brewing/Distillery

Congratulations to Chef Christian Kruze of Black Flannel for being a 2022 James Beard semi-finalist! If you’ve been to Black Flannel for lunch, dinner, or brunch then you’ll know exactly why he’s earned such a distinction. www.blackflannel.com

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Zero Gravity H-MAN APPRECIATION POST!

We’d like to take a moment to highlight a beer that we named after our dear coworker and friend Harrison. Harrison has been working on our packaging team for 6 years; helping to get the liquid into cans and out to the people. Besides being an important member of our team, he is a true renaissance man. He is a talented actor, namer of beers, and is one of the best dancers in town. We’re so excited to name this delicious beer after one of our hometown heroes, keep an eye out for H-Man IPA at a local bar or restaurant near you! www.zerogravitybeer.com

SAXTON’S RIVER DISTILLERY

Congratulations to us! We have been chosen as one of the Top 10 New England distilleries! We are so pleased to announce we were selected as a winner in the 2022 USA TODAY 10 Best Readers’ Choice Award for Best Craft Specialty Spirits Distillery. Thanks to all of you who voted. Come on out to the distillery this weekend to celebrate with us! www.saxtonsdistillery.com

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IDLETYME BREWING COMPANY

DANUBE

A Bavarian Wheat Beer fermented with fresh blueberries. It’s low on bitterness but big on flavor. 5.5% ABV www.idletymebrewing.com

LAWSON'S FINEST LIQUIDS

MAD RIVER MAPLE

Straight from the maple trees to your glass! Mad River Maple distribution is underway and this 8% sweet amber ale that’s loaded with 100% pure Vermont maple syrup is now available in 9 states! www.lawsonsfinest.com

14TH STAR BREWING COMPANY

OKTOBERFEST

MÄRZEN LAGER

ABV: 5.8%, IBU: 22, SRM: 11 Brewed with German malts and hops in the classic Märzen style — our seasonal malt-forward lager will give you exactly what you need as the fall weather sets in! www.14thstarbrewing.com

FROST BEER WORKS MÄRZEN

We’re continuing the fiesta with a clutch release of Märzen, an autumnal lager that’s bready, toasty, and sweet in just the right places. www.frostbeerworks.com

STOWE CIDER

GUMMY BEARS

Our signature dry cider infused with a big dose of blue raspberry gummy bears for a taste that’s just like candy but has less than 2g of sugar at 5.7% ABV www.stowecider.com

FOAM BREWERS

SEE YOU BETTER NOW

A FRUITED GOSE

See You Better Now was brewed with sea salt, local Pilsner malt and wheat. Conditioned on cantaloupe and lime, this Sour Ale presents notes of ripe melon, lime, and salinity. 4.2% ABV. www.foambrewers.com

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TEN BENDS BREWING

SPLIT SEASONALITY

As the foliage fades and the cool air looms, we are eager to announce the return of Split Seasonality, a 7% Coconut Stout brewed with lactose, coconut, and vanilla. www.tenbendsbeer.com

ZERO GRAVITY

MUNGOBERRY

An American Kettle Sour brewed with blueberries, strawberries, and peaches. Barrel aging with Brettanomyces gives this ale a little funky twist to balance out the beautifully tart and fruity notes. www.zerogravitybeer.com

ALCHEMIST BREWING

SKADOOSH 75

Brewed with experimental hop 2B from Ben Smith of Bb&D Farms, it’s fruity, citrusy, dank, beautiful and unique. www.alchemistbeer.com

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DIPA 9.1% ABV

Mythically hopped with Calypso, this DIPA features piney aromas and enchanting notes of candied lemon peel. Brewing with all grain and no added sugar gives this 9.1% ABV beer a quick hit of bitterness that rises and falls like the ocean’s tide. www.switchback.com

FOUR QUARTERS BREWING

MAZZY STAR

Mazzy Star is back! Not only a nod to one of our favorite 90’s bands, but also to our own brewery pup Mazzy, lovingly adopted from For the Love of Dogs Vermont! This 6% milk stout is dark, thick, roasty, and slightly sweet. The can illustration by the one and only Jacob Martin. 4qbc.com

WHIRLIGIG BREWERY

PRESSING BEANS

Welcome Pressing Beans, our latest dark beer using coffee beans carefully selected and roasted to present coffee and beer in harmony. No lactose was harmed in the making of this beer. whirligigbrewing.square.site

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A WARM FIREPLACE AND A BARR HILL COCKTAIL

Craft cocktails offer cozy comfort on these cool fall nights

When you can't make it to Caledonia Spirits cocktail bar, you can add some warmth and cheer to your evening by trying a craft cocktail recipe or two at home. They have expertly crafted several seasonal drinks that will be perfect for cocktail enthusiasts excited about dipping into their home bar. Try one for your next holiday gathering or simply when you want to treat yourself to a delicious, cozy cocktail by the fire.

CALEDONIA SPIRITS

116 Gin Lane Montpelier, VT (802) 472-8000

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SWEATA WEATHA

• INGREDIENTS •

0.5 oz Barr Hill Vodka

0.5 oz Tom Cat Gin 1 oz ice cider 1 oz local apple cider 0.75 oz fresh lemon juice 0.5 oz ginger syrup 0.5 oz cinnamon syrup 2 drops vanilla extract

Add to a blender with a handful of ice, blend and serve. This is a great cocktail to make large batches of and great for the holidays! (© 2020 Nate Canan-Zucker @ Barr Hill)

SPICED APPLE BEE’S KNEES

• INGREDIENTS

2 oz Barr Hill Gin or Tom Cat Gin

0.5 oz Cinnamon Raw Honey Syrup (2:1 honey to hot water)

1 oz fresh lemon juice

1.5 oz local apple cider

6 dashes Angostura Bitters

Add all ingredients to a shaker, shake with ice, and double strain into a rocks glass with fresh ice. Garnish with an apple fan or cinnamon.

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• INGREDIENTS

1.5 oz Barr Hill Gin

0.75 oz Raw Honey Syrup (2:1 honey to hot water)

0.75 oz fresh lemon juice

Top with dry sparkling cider

Shake with ice, strain into flute glass, top with hard cider and garnish with lemon twist. (© Sam Nelis @ Barr Hill)

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Creating a Space for Wine

Nestled

away on Pine Street, boasting beautiful glass windows and a European feel, stands Dedalus Wine Shop, Market, and Wine Bar—a haven for wine enthusiasts and novices alike. Given that Burlington is a place for people who love quality,

craftsmanship, and joie de vivre, it only makes sense that this burgeoning company would have started here. Now, the business has opened a third location in Stowe and has expanded across the country to Boulder, Colorado, where the first Dedalus store opened this April.

BRINGING EUROPE TO VT

Dedalus was started by Jason Zuliani, a veteran of the hospitality business and a dedicated wine lover. When Jason made a career change and began an IT business in downtown Burlington, he found that he missed the experience of sharing great

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Dedalus tells the story of natural wine

TRANSFORMATION AT THE WINE TABLE

Dedalus aims to create spaces that brings people together around wine. The cut-to-order cheese counter and wine bar help give context to the wine. “Many of the most transformative experiences our staff has had with wine has been at the winemaker’s table, with local food enjoyed with the wine,” says Ashley.

Founder Jason gives an example of traveling to San Sebastian, Spain, where the local markets offer bite-size snacks called pinxtos. “Think marinated sardines

DEDALUS WINE SHOP, MARKET & WINE BAR

388 Pine Street Burlington, VT (802) 865-2368

wine with the community. “He really wanted to introduce folks to wines that weren’t otherwise accessible in Vermont,” explains Ashley Bryant, CMO of Dedalus. As an outlet for his passion, Jason started a small wine store in the back of his IT business, specializing in European wines.

The wine store grew such a dedicated following that he eventually sold his business and opened up a small shop on Battery Street. From there, the business quickly expanded to its current location on Pine Street, where they added a market and wine bar.

1031 Mountain Road Stowe, VT (802) 585-7717

3 Mill Street Middlebury, VT (802) 377-3197

www.dedaluswine.com

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and tomato on toast,” adds Ashley. Dedalus has recreated these tapas, which are offered from their market space, along with Spanish wine.

Another wine-related snack that Dedalus has recreated is arrosticini, lamb skewers inspired by Abruzzo, Italy. “These skewers are meant to be served hot, right off the grill,” says Ashley. In order to fully re-create the experience, Dedalus cooks their arrosticini over wood-fired grills in their wine garden. Customers in both Burlington and Stowe can enjoy these paired with Italian wine from the same region.

NATURAL WINES

For Dedalus, creating a sense of place from wine and food is paramount. That’s why they focus on sourcing wines from small farmers who are dedicated to making a product that

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truly represents their region and their community. The company only sources natural wines, which for them means wine farmed without the use of synthetic chemicals—often organically or biodynamically. That practice is extended to the winery, where the juice is fermented with native yeast and nothing else, and has little to no added sulfur dioxide at bottling. Think of it as: nothing added, nothing taken away. Additionally, they want to support farmers who are dedicated to sustainable practices in these special places. Sustainable farms require a variety of crops to be planted in the same soil to keep nutrients from depleting. However, the terrain of mixed crops means that most growers have to hand-harvest their grapes rather than use heavy machinery.

Dedalus hosts many events and wine tastings from vineyards around the world including a special tasting with two great winemakers—Denis Jamain of Domaine Reuilly in the Loire Valley and Pierre Ravaille from Ermitage Pic St. Loup in the Languedoc on November 10. U

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BEAUTIFUL FALL

WHAT A WE'VE HAD SO FAR

Shout out to Hill Farmstead and Lawson’s for these incredible pictures. Makes you want to kick back, have a delicious local brew and take in what’s around us. Cheers!

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HARVEST BOUNTY

Autumn is all about Pumpkins and apples! Here are four recommendations to get your picking fix!

With another beautiful fall season upon us, it’s time to plan out some fun activities to really celebrate all things pumpkin and apple in Vermont! Here are two apple orchards and two pumpkin farms on our go-to list. Each offers fun activities and delicious goodies for you and your entire family to enjoy to make the most of your fall festivities.

SAM MAZZA’S

A perennial favorite, Sam Mazza’s has a little bit of everything. There is a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, corn maze, tractor rides,

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PHOTO COURTESY OF YATES FAMILY ORCHARD PHOTO COURTESY OF SAM MAZZA'S PHOTO COURTESY OF WHITCOMB'S LAND OF PUMPKINS

SAM MAZZA’S

277 Lavigne Rd.

Colchester, VT 05446 (802) 655-3440

ADAM’S APPLE ORCHARD

1168 Old Stage Rd. Williston, VT 05495 (802) 879-5226

WHITCOMB’S LAND OF PUMPKINS

347 Fay Lane Williston, VT 05495 (802) 879-5239

YATES FAMILY ORCHARD

1074 Davis Rd. Hinesburg, VT 05462 (802) 373-7437

greenhouse, farmer’s market and a shop. This family farm really goes out of its way to cover all the bases when it comes to fall fun.

A tractor will take you out to a pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkin or you can purchase a pumpkin that has been already picked. Along the way, there is a market filled with homemade pies, cakes, breads, seasonal favorites and more. This scenic family farm offers visitors the classic Vermont farm experience along with delicious seasonal fares: apples, apple cider, pumpkin pies— if it’s a fall favorite, it’s here.

They also have three miles of corn mazes to enjoy. A one mile maze and a two mile maze, each with a separate entrance. Access to both are included with an entrance ticket, which costs $8. The corn maze is open seven days a week from Labor Day weekend through October and is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm and Sundays from 10am to 5pm.

ADAM’S APPLE ORCHARD & FARMERS MARKET

This lovely apple orchard has been operating for 25 years and is located in the scenic Champlain Valley. Come to enjoy the panoramic views of the Green Mountains

from their orchard, where you can pick apples until mid-October.

Their farmer's market is open 7 days a week from May 1st until December 24th. Here you can find a delectable assortment of quality Vermont food products, apples, apple treats, apple cider, maple syrup, gourds, mums, pumpkins, herbs, annuals and local produce.

WHITCOMB’S LAND OF PUMPKINS

This pumpkin farm was established in 2003 and added their corn maze 2006. They have 6 acres of pumpkins, gourds, corn, squash and offer some of the biggest and best carving pumpkins in the area—all shapes, sizes and colors.

Explore their 4-acre corn maze where you will search for 5 checkpoints which have educational facts about the process of growing apples before solving a word scramble. While searching for checkpoints you will also be looking to find the candy jackpot! Kids four and under are free and kids five and up are $6. This year, they will be open on Saturday September 27th. Hours are Wednesday 2pm-6pm and Sat/Sun 10am-5pm. Dogs are welcome!

YATES FAMILY ORCHARD

You can pick your own apples at Yates Family Orchard where they offer 26 different varieties of apples, pears and plums. This is a family owned and operated apple orchard on Monkton Ridge with a spectacular view of the Adirondack Mountains.

They also make and sell a delicious variety of apple-made treats at their orchard stand. This year, the orchard opens to visitors on September 1st through November. They have hot, made-to-order cider donuts, Kingdom Creamery Creemees, baked goods, local honey, orchard jams, maple syrup, pumpkins, mums, jams and local artisan works for sale.

Special note: don’t forget to try a Dreamee while you’re there. Their delicious signature creation is a hot, fresh made cider donut with Vermont maple soft serve ice cream on top!

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Two Heroes Brewery in South Hero is About to Expand

Reaping Sweet Rewards

WELL WORTH THE WAIT

After several years of planning, partners Daren Orr and Matt Bartle are expanding their taproom, Two Heroes Brewery, in early 2023. When they first came up with the idea for a brewpub five years ago, they had no idea their plans would be derailed by the COVID19 pandemic. The pair was perfectly

poised for a successful venture. Daren was a home brewer for much of his life, earning a certificate in advanced brewing theory from the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago. Matt has a B.S. in mechanical engineering and has been the proprietor of Wally’s Place since 2008, with connections to some of Vermont’s many venerated farmers.

A LOCAL TAPROOM

In February 2021, the pair pivoted and opened Two Heroes Brewery, a pilot taproom located at 1 Ferry Road in South Hero, the original home of Wally’s Place, as a temporary space until their new facility was completed. It bills itself as “a small island brewery that seeks delight in malt and hop modification.” Daren is the

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head brewer, and his wife Danielle serves as the taproom manager.

The brewery produces 200 barrels annually, with 5 to 9 beers on tap on any given day. It also offers a limited menu, as well as cans and growlers to go. Two Heroes has gained a large local following and is a must-stop destination on Vermont’s burgeoning brewery trail.

A WIDE VARIETY OF BEERS

Daren believes the brewery’s ability to produce a wide variety of beers sets it apart saying, “We pride ourselves in a lot of different styles of beer, so that all types of beer drinkers can come here and find something they like.” There are typically IPAs, two different types of lager, a stout, and two Belgian ales including a sour on tap. Daren continues, “About half the time, we offer a double IPA.” Two Heroes also produces specialty beers such as an altbier, a German ale produced with top fermenting yeast which is fermented in cooler temperatures.

In a unique move, Two Heroes also makes its own hard cider, produced with apples from local farms. As Daren explains, “We use the same equipment to make the cider—and the apples are prepared and pressed by local orchards.”

In addition to its indoor and outdoor tasting spaces, Daren and Matt make deliveries to a faithful following in Grand Isle and Chittenden counties, with plans to expand to the Plattsburgh, NY area where a lot of their regulars are from.

A NEW BREWPUB

Finally, Daren and Matt’s dreams of opening a brewpub are about to be

TWO HEROES BREWERY

1 Ferry Road South Hero, VT 05486 (802) 378-5187 twoheroesbrewery.com

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realized. They hired AES Northeast, an architecture and engineering firm in Plattsburgh, NY, and Hayward Design in South Hero to construct a 4,200 square foot building that will house both the expanded brewery and a 50-seat restaurant, to be named “Two Heroes Public House.” Designed as a monitor, or raised center aisle (RCA) structure, it is modeled after a traditional Vermont barn design that features a raised center section. The new facility will have the capacity to produce over 1000 barrels a year.

The brewpub will offer unique pub food made with local ingredients. As Daren describes it, they will soon be serving up “simple pub food that goes well with beer.” The focus will be on creating an experience, not just a place to drink beer, for individuals and families alike.

“We’ve been keeping an eye on the brewery market for over a decade,” Daren concludes. “We believe that a small town nano-brewpub is a great model for producing beer and running a restaurant. The community is the most important aspect of South Hero, and our goal is to fill the void by creating a local gathering place for both members of the community and visitors from all over.” U

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More than Malt

VERMONT MALTHOUSE

A regenerative farm and a model for other agriculturalists

Whenpeople think of beer and how it’s made, the first ingredients that come to mind are likely barley and hops. In reality, it’s malt that serves as the centerpiece.

BrewView spoke with Rob Hunter, the General Manager of the Vermont Malthouse. He explained, “Malt is the workhorse of all beer. If you look at the color of beer, the sweetness, the alcohol content—that’s all dependent on malt.”

He says you can make a beer without hops, but you can’t make one without malt. If malt is the steak and potatoes, hops are the salt and pepper.

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Rob is part of the new team that took the business over in 2021. Since then, the facility has grown exponentially in a variety of ways.

Rob and Jamie Dragon, the Head Maltsers, worked at the previous rendition of the Malthouse. “Because we were part of the previous incarnation of this site, we knew the flaws and hiccups,” Rob explained. “We were able to hit the ground running, identify these problems, and then come up with a plan to revamp the entire malthouse from top to bottom.”

Right now, the malthouse farms grains like wheat and rye, but they’re hoping to expand that. The grains they work on now are grown in massive quantities, to the point where they’re looking for more growers. What they can’t get locally, they still source regionally, though they always keep quality in mind.

Hoping to grow different types of barley moving forward, they're looking to add oats and experiment with new types of malts, pilsner, wheat, and rye malts. They want to create Vienna, Munich and Pale malts that require

higher-temperature kilns. Getting to work in smaller batches will help with those experimental, customizable grains while working directly with brewers.

To make that happen, they’ve upgraded all the equipment and made moves to go solar and decrease their carbon footprint. A new flaker system will come online at the malthouse in April. The new technology gives them more room to improve and more ability to experiment with different base grains.

When the new owner, Will Raap, bought the property, he bought much more than just the malthouse. He has a bigger mission. “Essentially, it’s an agricultural incubator space,” Rob elaborated. “What that means is, we have a bunch of different businesses that are tied to what we produce here as a farm on the property.”

The House of Fermentology for instance, has an aging facility on the property. There's a shrimp farmer on

VERMONT MALTHOUSE

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the land, a slow-fire bakery, and now a microbe business is also thinking about coming on board.

“The bigger push on this property is really about becoming a regenerative agricultural center for Vermont and the model for other farms who are struggling with agricultural access,” Rob said. “It’s pretty sweet,” he added, laughing.

Being so close to the breweries who partner with the Malthouse is also a plus. If they need something special or different, they can request it directly; if they need something on short notice, they can simply drive over.

Rob says there needs to be changes made to the way farming is going. He’s happy to be at the center of it, and he’s proud to keep Vermont as the green, agricultural state that people have become accustomed to.

“It’s not just us they’re supporting,” Rob said of brewers and farmers who partner with the Vermont Malthouse. “Going back to the mission of the larger organization that we’re part of, we’re really trying to support the farming communities throughout Vermont. It’s a slow growth bringing people on these different farms. We’re experimenting ourselves with growing most of our own grains on-site, so that we can go to the next level, which is working with the local farmers down the road and then hopefully statewide.” U

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CENTRAL VERMONT

Mr. J's Specialty Craft Store, Barre Crossroads Deli, Waterbury Cold Hollow Cider, Waterbury Center

SOUTHERN VERMONT

Meulemans' Craft Draughts, South Londonderry, by the Stratton Mountain entrance

Vermont Country Deli, Brattleboro Brattleboro Food Coop

Putney Mountain Wine, Putney

NORTHEAST KINGDOM

Whirligig Brewery, St. Johnsbury St. Johnsbury Distillery, St. Johnsbury Kingdom Brewing Company, St. Johnsbury Red Barn Brewing, Danville

Eden Specialty Ciders, Newport

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A FAMILY AFFAIR FOLEY BROTHERS BREWING Goes from B&B to Winery

New Englanders Bob and Rhonda Foley purchased the Neshobe Inn in Brandon in 2006 as a bed and breakfast. A classic Vermont farmhouse built in 1786, it sits on six lush acres at the foot of the Green Mountains. A year later, in a quest to establish a niche for themselves, the couple created

a small vineyard and opened a winery: Neshobe River Winery. This was a natural direction for them to go in, since the family had spent a significant amount of time visiting and working in wineries and breweries in the US, Europe, Africa, Canada and New Zealand. Offering wine made on the premises from regional

grapes, the tasting room soon became popular with the Inn’s B&B guests as well as with local folks from Brandon.

Meanwhile, Bob and Rhonda’s sons, Dan and Patrick, had other plans. Both were involved in the wine-making business from the start, but after five years they began to experiment with

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beer-making, starting with a ginger wheat and brown ale. In 2012, the pair opened Foley Brothers Brewing.

A BREWERY IS BORN

While Bob, a professor of business planning and marketing at Rochester Institute of Technology, lent his business expertise to the start-up, he remained focused on wine making, and continued to operate the small-scale winery, which shares its space with Foley Brothers Brewing on the grounds of the inn.

Patrick and Dan learned their wine making skills during their travels and various apprenticeships, and quickly figured out how to turn their knowledge of equipment and the fermentation process into brewing beer. As Bob Sr. says, “They were always good wine makers, but they are excellent beer makers. They turned their beer production into something much larger than I had ever imagined.”

The business took off. Bob explains, “When the boys started 10 years ago, there weren’t many breweries in Vermont

FOLEY BROTHERS BREWING

79 Stone Mill Dam Road Brandon, VT 802-465-8413

foleybrothersbrewing.com

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– maybe 20 at most. They got into the industry right at the beginning and established themselves very quickly.” He attributes their success and solid customer base to excellent brewing techniques and the quality beer they produce, as well as a superb distribution plan. Currently selling in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont, they recently entered the Scandinavian market, and have plans to add Asia as well.

THE BREWERY TODAY

The tasting room is located in a charming, early 1800s barn, creating an authentic Vermont experience. A popular destination for tourists on the Vermont brewery trail as well as for locals, the brewery has regular visitors from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Pennsylvania. They include parents whose sons and daughters attend nearby Middlebury College, families gathering for the

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holidays, and skiers eager for something to do when they get off the mountain. The inn no longer functions as a bed and breakfast, but from May to October, the entire farmhouse is available for rent.

The family also runs a spinoff: Foleys Taco and Bean on Park Street in Brandon in a beautiful federal style building with outdoor seating. As Bob explains, “Brandon didn’t have a lot of options for dining, so we decided to fill the void.” While the restaurant opened at the height of the COVID pandemic to a rocky start, today it is thriving. The locals affectionately refer to it as simply “Taco.”

Back at the brewery, the art of making craft beer is in full swing. “We brew small batches in our 15-barrel brewery. We’re always experimenting with new recipes,” Bob tells us. Its annual production is 2000 barrels, with the capacity for 3000. He goes on to explain, “We don’t see the need for a larger facility. Our market right now is exactly where we want to be.” But with many more craft breweries opening up in Vermont and throughout New England, one of their goals is to keep up with market trends to ensure their brand continues to stand out.

Foley Brothers is known for its IPA, but based on demand for beer with a lower alcohol content, it is introducing lager as well. When asked what the brewery’s “secret” ingredient is, Bob doesn’t hesitate. “It’s the water. After all, beer is 95% water. Brandon’s water, which comes from an aquifer and is not chemically treated, is some of the best quality in the world.”

When the family isn’t at the brewery perfecting their craft, they’re on the road, attending beer trade shows, conferences and festivals. It certainly is a family affair. U

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Reviews: purple haze & sundae brunch

LB farms is in St. Albans, and is owned and operated by Amy and Miguel Lopez, a lovely green thumbed couple, who will be entering the market starting October 1, 2022 as organic growers with a tier 1 mixed license.

Miguel's cultivation journey began as selfless and noble as one could, to heal his own family when they were in desperate need; a true labor of love.

As we started our own labor of love, sniffing, grinding, inspecting, rolling and consuming Purple Haze, we took a few moments to chat amongst ourselves with our guest reviewer, Kelly McDowell.  With Kelly and cannabis combined, we knew this one would be a laugh!

Kelly is now a cannabis-consuming professor and goddess at UVM for hemp textiles, fashion and sustainability.

This was a fun review, with Jessilyn having just come back from passing her Ganjier certification in the Emerald Triangle of California. In the tradition of the wine sommelier, cigar aficionado, or master chocolatier, Ganjiers are certified experts qualified to accurately distinguish and assess the nuanced qualities of cannabis.

purple haze

Hendrix brought us music that people have rocked to since 1967. As an all-time classic, Purple Haze rates high on any music aficionados list. Speaking of rating high, when a Vermont cultivator with over 20 years experience offers you some Purple Haze flower to review, you know it’s

Jimmy

sure to be a rocking time.

Purple Haze (the cannabis) originated in the hills of the Emerald Triangle, with a bit of mystery and magic … much like Jimmy. It is said to be a hybrid of both haze genetics and Purple Thai, hence named rather appropriately.

Ganjier has a specific assessment protocol for cannabis review, so it was exciting to fuse our old school thoughts and the Ganjier style (SAP-systematic assessment protocol). Ganjier has four categories, each having several distinct criteria in it: appearance, aroma, flavor, and experience.

When we discussed the initial appearance, we all mentioned the fox tail look, with its finger-like presentation. We didn’t feel this was a negative trait, just something to note.

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On first smell for aroma, there was a grassy scent possibly from a short lived cure (weeks rather than months) with grape undertones. The prevalent aromas were earth, sweet and a touch of fruit.

The essence was described, after a bit of banter and chuckles, as Stoner Grape Juice or Hazy Manischewitz (Grape Mint Spritzer-ish kosher wine.)

The earth reminded us all of dirt, like playing in the dirt box as a kid, with a bit of that cannabis catpiss smell in the undertones.

Knowing that everyone has different preferences with cannabis, especially on the visual “bag appeal” and trim jobs, we heard one comment that this was “trimmed closer to your liking then mine…with lots of trichomes intact.” As reviewers, we have our preferences too.

Another reviewer felt this was trimmed really well, especially for a nugget that was generally a bit looser than the standard. The closer and tighter the trim job is, the more likely one will cut open the trichomes. With what many call the “farm trim,” trimmers leave some smaller sugar leaves and work around the nuanced shape of each individual nugget which allows ALL trichomes to stay intact.

This trim job gained a score of 8 on the Ganjier SAP, which is quite high, pun intended.

As we looked closer with a jewelers loupe for appearance, there were definitely a lot of trichomes intact, moderately, if not mostly covering the flower, even after some mishandling of the jars by one reviewer. These delicate trichomes can break off just by bouncing around a jar or by touching the nugget with your fingers.  It’s always a great reminder to treat your cannabis like a delicate piece of ocean coral.

As we continued to assess, we felt there may have been some room for

improvement with the cure category, as the stem held some moisture and did not make that typical stem snap you’d want to hear and feel when breaking it up. This can sometimes be the difference between a shorter cure phase at a few weeks as compared to longer (several months), or it could even be the horribly humid Vermont weather this summer!

When broken up, it was a bit sticky, the flower was fluffy and a bit moist on the grind, with a heavy grape aroma; much more intense than the jar opening effect.

The dry hit of the joint (dry hit means inhaling without lighting it!) was grape-y with a haunting and lingering grape flavor. On combustion, the smoke was moderately smooth, typical of a haze and burned better than we had expected through the entire joint.

With a light and fresh feel in the mouth, the flavor was mild but lingered, much like iceberg lettuce.

The flavor brightened in the last half or so of the joint. A good reminder when reviewing or judging is to take your time and assess (and enjoy) the entirety.

For one reviewer, the “effect” came on quickly, with effects taking time to manifest and lingering some for another. We all agreed the effects were more of a cerebral high than the body buzz, leaving a feeling of calm and cool. It elicited a balanced energy, not leaving you on the couch or ready for a fun kind of jazz, but somewhere in between.

The quotes that best explained the mood were, “I got the bops going” and “this is some actionable weed” as pastel colors and music ran through our heads.

By the time the crew was finished, everyone felt physically energized and that this was definitely one we would want to share with friends and take out on the road with us!

Pictureyour typical light green, fresh looking nugget with bright orange hairs popping: this flower is just that. ”So very pretty!” as our guest Kyla DuMont squealed. After spending years in the cannabis industry in California and now running her own Maple and CBD company in VT, Kyla knows a thing or two about pretty flowers.

Donated by a newer grower with the excitement of a kid looking at gifts under a Christmas tree, Jay from Longbottom Farm out of Plymouth, Vermont started growing outdoors only a few seasons ago.

From there, the indoor escapades began with seeds popping and lessons learned.

Today’s cannabis is named Sundae Brunch, a Sundae Driver x Mimosa cross bred by Woodstock Farmacy.

To begin the review, we start a quick survey of the appearance and an overall visual inspection. As we noted, this particular nugget is visually very pleasing.

As we move onto aroma, or the nose, we all agreed on the famous mothball smell, or maybe grandma’s talc and the smell of fresh cannabis and mowed hay. Initially, the intensity was mild. But as we dug our noses deeper, the complexity was intriguing to say the least.

In the layers of aromas noted, earth was prevalent with both a fuel and a fruit kick that left us wondering where this was going. As a group, we always come back to the aroma assessment, description, and complexity rating after grinding up the flower for consumption (the joint). For some, the best part is the aroma hands down. The aromas can change a lot from a nugget in hand to a ground up pickle, so be sure to check it

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sundae brunch

out next time if you don’t normally. Before grinding or handling the flower too much, we want to assess the appearance more, and the trichomes specifically.

With our trusty jewelers’ loupe and scopes, we were excited that this sample had a moderately dense forest of trichomes coating this fresh looking flower, tip to stem.   It was just as pretty to see up close under the microscope/ jeweler’s loupe as it was to the naked eye.

The trichomes were glistening milky white, boasting what we would call the moderate side of maturity. Many were intact and beaming with resin just waiting to be enjoyed. We continued on to discuss the trim job, noting these flowers were neatly trimmed, and optimal for our liking.

When we opened the flower, breaking

it up for the grind, the earthy and herby aroma had undertones of pepper and spice, which seemed to compliment what some of us thought were grapefruit and licorice undertones. Sweet, almost cake-like, with a hint of fuel punched through when ground up. The aroma was sophisticated and complex for sure!

Once we sparked our joint, the complexity waned, with sweet being the dominating taste. “Tastes like sugar…like Pixie Sticks.” It was almost a comforting sweetness. The aftertaste was that of the famous moth balls, and the final conclusion was: “tastes like weed!”

After our joints, and we all weighed in on the effects, we were collectively left with a balanced, happy mood and a gentle level of intensity.

Kyla, our guest reviewer shared how great and fun it was to look at, smell,

and enjoy, but this one might not be top on her list to get again. The general consensus agreed and rated this high on the munchy scale with “ice cream sandwiches being killed” in conversation.

For a new grower, Longbottom Farms sure does make some pretty and potent smelling flowers! Keep on growing Jay… we can’t wait to see how much your knowledge and plants grow every year!

Jessilyn Dolan, RN, CMT, CLD is a certified Ganjier who wears many hats. She is president of the American Nurses Association–Vermont, the founder of the Vermont Cannabis Nurses Association, and serves on the board of directors for the American Cannabis Nurses Association.

Jessilyn specializes in maternal and child health, opioid and substance use, mental health disorder, and chronic pain. As a research nurse at the Vermont Center on Behavior and Health at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, she recently published “Breast/Chestfeeding and Marijuana Use: Recommendations from the Field Post Marijuana Legalization in Vermont.’’

Jessilyn cofounded NurseGrown Organics, Vermont’s first Clean Green Certified hemp farm, and is wellness director for CannaMommy‘s virtual clinic.

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is sponsored by our fine friends at

Jessilyn is a yoga instructor, massage therapist, experienced herbalist, intuitive healer energy worker, cannabis nurse, activist, labor doula, and childbirth educator.

MeredithMann is a medical cannabis patient and former Medical Dispensary Manager, holding multiple cannabis certifications from The Trichome Institute.  Meredith co-founded Magic Mann hemp products, cannabis catering, and soon to be adult-use Vermont cannabis cultivation, manufacturing and retail. Meredith started the Magic Mann Global Indigenous Fund to support nationwide indigenous communities in changing the ongoing inequities and helping to create food sustainability.

Amelia is the Director of Communications for Green Mountain Patients Alliance, is a graphic designer, medical cannabis patient, and fierce

patient advocate. She advocates for progressive medical cannabis reform in Vermont, with a focus on connecting patients and caregivers.

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NAME CITYWEBSITE OPEN PETS SERVES FOOD LIVE MUSIC

BREWERIES

Farm Road Brewing Benningtonwww.farmroadbrewing.comWed–SunCheck websiteYCheck website

Harvest Brewing Benningtonwww.harvestbrewing.netThu–Sat Check websiteYCheck website

Madison Brewing Benningtonmadisonbrewingco.com 7 Days N YCheck website

Bent Hill Brewery Braintreebenthillbrewery.comThu–Sun Y NEvents only

Foley Brothers Brewing Co.Brandon foleybrothersbrewing.comWed–Sun Y NEvents only

Red Clover Ale Brandon redcloverale.com Thu–Sun N N Check website

Hermit Thrush BreweryBrattleborohermitthrushbrewery.com 7 Days YCheck websiteEvents only

McNeill’s Pub and BreweryBrattleborofacebook.com/McNeills Brewery 7 Days N YCheck website

Whetstone Station Brattleborowhetstonestation.com 7 Days N YCheck website

Long Trail Brewing Bridgewater Common longtrail.com 7 Days Check websiteYCheck website

Bobcat Brewery and CaféBristol thebobcatcafe.com 7 Days N YEvents only

Hogback Mountain BrewingBristol hogbackbrew.com Check website N NN

Burlington Beer CompanyBurlington burlingtonbeercompany.com 7 Days Y YCheck website

Foam Brewers Burlingtonfoambrewers.com 7 Days Outdoor areasYCheck website

Freak Folk Bier Burlingtonfreakfolkbier.com Check website N NEvents only

Queen City BreweryBurlingtonqueencitybrewery.netTue–Sun NCheck websiteEvents only

Simple Roots BrewingBurlingtonsimplerootsbrewing.comWed–Sun N NEvents only

Switchback Brewing Co.Burlingtonswitchbackvt.com 7 Days Y SnacksCheck website

Vermont Pub and BreweryBurlingtonvermontbrewery.com 7 Days Patio onlyYCheck website

Zero Gravity Craft BreweryBurlingtonzerogravitybeer.com 7 Days Outdoor areasYEvents only

House of FermentologyCharlottehouseoffermentology.comCheck website N NEvents only

Red Barn Brewing Danville redbarnbrewingvt.comFri–Sat Outdoor areasNEvents only

1st Republic BrewingEssex Junction 1strepublicbrewingco.comTue–Sun Check websiteCheck websiteEvents only

Black Flannel Brewing & Distilling Company Essex Junctionblackflannel.com Tue–Sun Check websiteYCheck website

Hill Farmstead BreweryGreensborohillfarmstead.com Wed–Sat Y NEvents only

Frost Beer Works Hinesburgfrostbeerworks.comFri–Sun N NEvents only

Ten Bends Beer Hyde Parktenbendsbeer.com Fri–Sun Check websiteNEvents

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only Red Leaf Gluten-Free Brewing Jeffersonvillefacebook.com/redleafgfFri–Sun Check websiteCheck websiteCheck website Beer Naked BreweryMarlborofacebook.com/BNBreweryThu–Sun Y YEvents only Drop-In Brewing CompanyMiddleburydropinbrewing.com7 Days (Summer)Y YEvents only Otter Creek BreweryMiddleburyottercreekbrewing.com 7 Days Outdoor areasYCheck website Lost Nation BrewingMorrisvillelostnationbrewing.comWed–SunOutdoor areasYCheck website Rock Art Brewery Morrisvillerockartbrewery.comMon–Sat YCheck websiteEvents only Kingdom Brewing Newportkingdombrewingvt.comThu–Sat Outdoor areasYWeekly Good Measure Brewing Co.Northfield goodmeasurebrewing.comWed–Sun N SnacksEvents only Kraemer & Kin North Herowww.kraemerandkin.comFri–Sun Check websiteYN Before visiting any of these rockstar venues for Vermont craft beverages, be sure to check their websites. Due to the volatile nature of the COVID pandemic, hours and restrictions may change without notice. Many of the restaurants, brew pubs, and other makers are offering curbside pickup and take-out menu options, so you can still enjoy the fruits of their labor even when they can’t see you in person.
WHO, WHAT, WHERE . . . WE KNOW WHY!
BREWFINDS

NAME CITYWEBSITE OPEN PETS SERVES FOOD LIVE MUSIC

Norwich Inn Norwich norwichinn.com 7 Days Y YEvents only

Outer LImits Proctorsville www.outerlimitsbrewing.com Check websiteOutdoor areasYCheck website

Stone Corral BreweryRichmondstonecorral.com Tue–Sun Y YCheck website

Rutland Beer WorksRutland facebook.com/rutland beerworks Wed–Sat Check websiteCheck websiteEvents only

14th Star Brewing Co.Saint Albans14thstarbrewing.comTue–Sun N YCheck website

Mill River Brewing Saint Albansmillriverbrewing.comWed–Sat N YCheck website

Saint J Brewery Saint Johnsburysaintjbrewery.com Wed–Sun N YEvents only

Whirligig Brewing Saint Johnsburywww.whirligigbrewing.comWed–SunCheck websiteYCheck website

Fiddlehead Brewing Co.Shelburnefiddleheadbrewing.com 7 Days N YCheck website

Brewster River Pub & Brewery Smugglers’ Notchbrewsterriverpubn brewery.com 7 Days N YCheck website

Halyard Brewing Co.South Burlingtonhalyardbrewing.us Thu–Sun Y SnacksEvents only

Weird Window BrewingSouth Burlingtonweirdwindowbrewing.comThu–Sun Outdoor areasSnacksCheck website

Two Heroes Brewery South Herotwoheroesbrewery.comThurs–SunOutdoor areas

Upper Pass Breer Co.South Royaltonupperpassbeer.comTue, Fri, Sat, SunCheck websiteYCheck website

Vermont Beer MakersSpringfield www.vermontbeermakers.com Thu–Sun Check websiteCheck websiteCheck website

Alchemist Beer Stowe alchemistbeer.com Tue–Sat Y NEvents only

Idletyme Brewing Co. Stowe idletymebrewing.com 7 Days On patio YEvents only

Brocklebank Craft BrewingTunbridgebrocklebankvt.com Fri–Sat Y NCheck website Hired Hand BrewingVergenneshiredhandbrewing.comWed–Sun N YEvents only

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Collaborative BreweryWaitsfieldcollabbrewvt.com Thurs–SunCheck websiteCheck websiteCheck website

Cousins Brewing Waitsfield facebook.com/cousinsbrewing Check website N YEvents only

Lawson’s Finest LiquidsWaitsfieldlawsonsfinest.com 7 Days Check websiteYCheck website

Prohibition Pig Waterburyprohibitionpig.com 7 Days N YEvents only

Next Trick Brewing West Burke nexttrickbrewing.comFri–Sun Check websiteNEvents only

Kickback Brewery Westfordkickbackbrewery.comCheck website N NCheck website

Backacre BeermakersWeston backacrebeermakers.com N/A N/A N/AN/A

River Roost BreweryWhite River Jct.riverroostbrewery.comThu–Sun Check websiteNEvents only

Goodwater BreweryWillistongoodwaterbreweryvt.comWed–Sun Y NCheck website

Harpoon Brewery Riverbend Taps Windsor harpoonbrewery.com /breweries/windsor 7 Days Common areasYCheck website

Four Quarters BrewingWinooskifourquartersbrewing.comThu–Sun Y YEvents only

DISTILLERIES

Saxtons River DistilleryBrattleborosaxtonsriverdistillery.com 7 Days Y NCheck website

Mad River DistillersBurlingtonmadriverdistillers.com 7 Days N NEvents only Hooker Mountain Farm and Distillery Cabot hookermountainfarm.comSee website Y NEvents only

Black Flannel Brewing & Distilling Company Essex Junctionblackflannel.com Tue–Sun Check websiteCheck websiteCheck website

Smugglers’ Notch DistilleryJeffersonville Waterbury Burlington

smugglersnotch distillery.com See website N NEvents only

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Appalachian Gap DistilleryMiddleburyappalachiangap.com 7 Days N NEvents only

Caledonia Spirits Montpeliercaledoniaspirits.com 7 Days Nfood trucksEvents only

Green Mountain DistilleryMorrisvillegreendistillers.comThu–Sun N NEvents only

Vermont Spirits DistilleryQuecheevermontspirits.com 7 Days N NEvents only

Saint Johnsbury DistillerySaint Johnsburystjdistillery.com Thu–Fri N NEvents only

Wild Heart DistilleryShelburnewildheartdistillery.comThu–Sat N NEvents only

WhistlePig Waterbury Middlebury whistlepigwhiskey.comSee website NSee websiteEvents only

Vermont Distillers West Marlboro Burlington vermontdistillers.com 7 Days N NEvents only

Silo Distillery Windsor silodistillery.com 7 Days N NEvents only

VINEYARDS/WINERIES

Fable Farm Fermentory Barnard fablefarmfermentory.com Saturday Ask first NEvents only

Neshobe River Winery Brandon neshoberiverwinery.comWed–SunCheck websiteNEvents only

Charlotte Village WineryCharlottecharlottevillagewinery.com 7 Days Check websiteNCheck website

Hillis Sugarbush Farm & Winery Colchesterhillisfarm.com Sat Outdoor areasNCheck website

Honora Winery & Vineyard Jacksonvillehonorawinery.com Wed–SunCheck websiteYEvents only

North Branch VineyardsMontpeliernorthbranchvineyards.comThu–Sun Check websiteNEvents only

Lincoln Peak WineryNew Havenlincolnpeakvineyard.comWed–SunOutdoor areasSnacksEvents only Whaleback WineryPoultney whalebackvineyard.comWed–SunCheck websiteNEvents only

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Putney Mountain WineryPutney putneywine.com 7 Days Check websiteNEvents only

Shelburne VineyardShelburneshelburnevineyard.com 7 Days Outdoor areasNCheck website

Snow Farm Vineyard & Winery South Herosnowfarm.com 7 Days Outdoor areasCheck websiteCheck website

HARD CIDER

Fable Farm FermentoryBarnard fablefarmfermentory.comSaturdays Ask first NEvents only

Citizen Cider Burlingtoncitizencider.com 7 Days N YEvents only

Windfall Orchard Cornwallwindfallorchardtvt.comSat–Sun Outdoor areasNEvents only

Chapin Orchard Essex Junctionchapinorchard.comCheck website N NEvents only

Hall Home Place Isle La Mottehallhomeplace.comFri–Sun N YEvents only

Woodchuck Cider Middleburywoodchuck.com Wed–SunOutdoor areasSnacksEvents only Boyer’s Orchard Monktonboyersorchard.com 7 Days N NEvents only

Eden Specialty CidersNewportedenciders.com Check website N NEvents only

Champlain OrchardsShorehamchamplainorchards.com 7 Days Y NEvents only

Stowe Cider Stowe stowecider.com Mon, Thurs–SunOn patio NSaturdays 4–7 Shacksbury Vergennesshacksbury.com Wed–Sun N NEvents only

Flag Hill Farm Vershire flaghillfarm.com By schedule onlyN NEvents only

Tin Hat Cider Waitsfieldtinhatcider.com Mad River Taste Place N NNo

Cold Hollow Cider Mill Waterbury Centercoldhollow.com 7 Days Outside areasYEvents only

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NOVEMBER 1–DECEMBER 13, 9AM

TUESDAYS

THE CURIOUS PLACE–THEATRE WORKSHOP FOR HOMESCHOOLERS (GRADE 1–12)

Every Tuesday with the exception of November 22

NOVEMBER 25, 3PM AND 7PM

JASON BISHOP–MAGIC AND ILLUSION

DECEMBER 3, 7:30PM

THE SUNY PLATTSBURG GOSPEL CHOIR PRESENT “A SOULFUL CHRISTMAS CONCERT” IN STOWE

DECEMBER 17, 7PM

LIBERTY STAND-UP COMEDY FEATURING TONY DEYO, KERRI LOUISE AND MC SHAUN ELI

NOVEMBER 5, 7:30PM

THE FRONTMEN OF COUNTRY

NOVEMBER 6, 12:55PM

MET OPERA: LA TRAVIATA (VERDI)

NOVEMBER 12, 7PM

AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE STUDIO COMPANY

NOVEMBER 18, 8PM

PHILLIP PHILLIPS: WHERE WE CAME FROM TOUR

NOVEMBER 25, 3PM

RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL

DECEMBER 10, 12:55PM

MET OPERA: THE HOURS (PUTS)

DECEMBER 11, 3PM

VSO & HOLIDAY POPS

DECEMBER 13, 7:30PM

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HAPPENINGS AND EVENTS

FLYNN

NOVEMBER 1, 8PM MANIA THE ABBA TRIBUTE

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NOVEMBER 12, 10AM WIND IN THE WOODS

NOVEMBER 18, 7PM ONE NIGHT WITH NIKKI GLASER

NOVEMBER 19, 7:30PM GLADYS KNIGHT

NOVEMBER 30, 7:30PM LEGALLY BLONDE BROADWAY SEASON PACKAGE

DECEMBER 6, 7:30PM

HIP HOP NUTCRACKER

DECEMBER 7, 7:30PM

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DECEMBER 14, 6PM BLUE’S CLUES & YOU

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Vermont Symphony Orchestra

DECEMBER 9, 7:30PM

HOLIDAY POPS!

Barre Opera House

DECEMBER 10, 7:30PM

HOLIDAY POPS! The Flynn

DECEMBER 11, 3PM

HOLIDAY POPS!

Paramount Theatre

DECEMBER 14, 7:30PM

BRASS QUINTET & COUNTERPOINT

Woodstock Town Hall Theatre

DECEMBER 15, 7:30PM

BRASS QUINTET & COUNTERPOINT

Warren United Church

DECEMBER 16, 7:30PM

BRASS QUINTET & COUNTERPOINT

United Church of Newport

DECEMBER 17, 5PM

BRASS QUINTET & COUNTERPOINT

Grafton Community Church

DECEMBER 18, 4PM

BRASS QUINTET & COUNTERPOINT

Manchester First Congregational Church

2 Church Street, Burlington, VT (802) 864-5741 www.vso.org

14th Star Brewing Co

NOVEMBER 5, 9AM 7TH ANNUAL CRAFT SHOW St.Albans City Hall 100 N. Main St., St.Albans

NOVEMBER 8, NOON 14TH STAR CAN SWAP

NOVEMBER 19, 7PM 14TH STAR ADULT PROM

133 N Main St. #7 Saint Albans, VT www.14thstarbrewing.com

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NOVEMBER 26, 11AM SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY SIP & SHOP AT 14TH STAR

21 Essex Way Essex Junction, VT www.blackflannel.com

Black Flannel Brewing

NOVEMBER 16, 3:30PM

HOLIDAY SUCCULENT TERRARIUM GLOBES

NOVEMBER 30, 6:30PM

PAINT NIGHT : OWL

DECEMBER 7, 5:30PM

HOLIDAY SUCCULENT GLOBE TERRARIUMS

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NOVEMBER 2, 8:30PM THE CALIFORNIA HONEYDROPS

NOVEMBER 4, 8:30PM BLU DETIGER–TIFFANY DAY

NOVEMBER 4, 8PM BACK IN BLACK: THE TRUE AC/DC EXPERIENCE

NOVEMBER 5, 8PM DOPAPOD

NOVEMBER 6, 8PM TRAMPLED BY TURTLES & AMIGO THE DEVIL

NOVEMBER 7, 8PM COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS

NOVEMBER 8, 7PM

THE HAPPY FITS, DAISY THE GREAT, PHONEBOY

NOVEMBER 9, 8PM ANDY FRASCO & THE U.N–LITTLE STRANGER

NOVEMBER 11, 7:30PM HEARTLESS & SCARAB

NOVEMBER 11, 8PM CARBON LEAF & CODY NILSEN

NOVEMBER 12, 8PM 8084

NOVEMBER 16, 8PM SA-ROC SOL MESSIAH

NOVEMBER 17, 8:30PM ABHI THE NOMAD, CHARLIE CURTIS, BEARD

NOVEMBER 18, 8:30PM PINK TALKING FISH

1214 Williston Road

South Burlington, VT (802) 652-0777 www.highergroundmusic.com

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Higher Ground

NOVEMBER 19, 8:30PM

GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR

DECEMBER 2, 7:30PM STEPHEN KELLOGG

DECEMBER 3, 8:30PM

A BEATLES TRIBUTE: SPENCER & THE WALRUS

DECEMBER 8, 8PM THE BALLROOM THIEVES

DECEMBER 10, 8PM PATRICK WATSON

DECEMBER 13, 8PM ODDISEE & GOOD COMPANY

DECEMBER 15, 10PM CHANNEL 5 LIVE WITH ANDREW CALLAGHAN

DECEMBER 16, 9PM AN EVENING WITH TWIDDLE DECEMBER 17, 9PM AN EVENING WITH TWIDDLE

DECEMBER 18, 8PM BONNY LIGHT HORSEMAN

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Vermont Comedy Club

NOVEMBER 3, 7PM

NOVEMBER 4, 7PM & 9PM SHAPEL LACEY

NOVEMBER 11 & 12, 7PM & 9PM NAOMI EKPERIGIN

NOVEMBER 18 & 19, 7PM & 9PM EDDIE PEPITONE

DECEMBER 2 & 3, 7PM & 9PM MYQ KAPLAN

DECEMBER 9 & 10, 7PM & 9PM JACKIE FABULOUS

DECEMBER 15, 7PM DECEMBER 16 & 17, 7PM & 9PM STAVROS HALKIAS

DECEMBER 30, 7PM & 9PM IVAN DECKER

DECEMBER 31, 8PM & 10:30PM

NYE W/ IVAN DECKE

Vermont Comedy Club 101 Main Street Burlington, VT www.vermontcomedyclub.com

188 Main Street Burlington, VT (802)658-4771 www.liveatnectars.com

Nectar’s

NOVEMBER 1

DEAD SET

NOVEMBER 2 MATTHEW MERCURY

NOVEMBER 4 NINTENDOODS

NOVEMBER 11 ALMOST U2

NOVEMBER 18 THE FRANK WHITE EXPERIENCE

NOVEMBER 19 THE AMMONIUM MAZE

Smugglers’ Notch Resort

DECEMBER 10, 3PM

BREW & SKI WEEKEND

Sample the finest in beers and ciders at our Brew & Ski Weekend. In the Courtyard in Smugglers' Notch Resort Village Sample the finest in beers and ciders at BrewFest. Our BrewFest highlights some of our state's excellent breweries plus regional favorites and craft ciders.

4323 Vermont Route 108 South Jeffersonville, VT (800) 419-4615 www.smuggs.com

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www.BrewViewVT.com 57 AD INDEX FALL 2022 14th Star Brewing Company............................................................................32 Bare Medical Spa + Laser Center ....................................................................3 Beverage Warehouse........................................................................................43 Big Fatty's BBQ...................................................................................................33 Big Tree Brewing..................................................................................................7 Black Flannel Brewing & Distilling Company.................................................2 Brattleboro Food Coop.......................................................................................11 BrewFest Beverage Company.........................................................................29 Caledonia Spritis................................................................................................13 Central Vermont Auto Mart & Upper Valley Auto Mart.......................... 47 Cold Hollow Cider Mill.....................................................................................29 Creative Labels of Vermont..............................................................................9 CW Print and Design........................................................................................52 Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & wine, Bar......................................................14 Doc Ponds..............................................................................Inside Front Cover Eden Ciders..........................................................................................................21 Edleweiss Mountain Deli.................................................................................45 Fable Farm Fermentology..................................................................................11 Flynn ....................................................................................................................36 Foley Brothers Brewing.....................................................................................14 Fringe Hair salon and Lash Bar....................................................................... 57 Idletyme Brewing Company............................................................................ 49 Lawson's Finest Liquids...................................................................................46 Long Trail Brewing Company.......................................................................... 37 Magic Man ......................................................................................................... 41 Martell's at the Red Fox...................................................................................25 Meulman's Craft Draughts.............................................................................23 Montpelier Alive................................................................................................. 51 Nurse Grown Organics.....................................................................................44 Onion River Sports.............................................................................................21 Outdoor Gear Exchange.....................................................................................1 Prohibition Pig......................................................................................................5 Public House at Quechee................................................................................33 Red Leaf Glutten Free Brewing.......................................................................25 Rock Art Brewing...............................................................................................44 Signed By Yours Truly.......................................................................................43 Smuggler's Notch Distillery............................................................................20 Stowe Public House..........................................................................................54 Sunset Lake CBD................................................................................................ 41 The Automaster Honda................................................................................... 49 The Essex Resort and Spa....................................................Inside Back Cover The Shelburne Tap House...............................................................................28 Vermont Brewers Association........................................................................15 Vermont Beer Makers.......................................................................................13 Vermont Cider Company ................................................................................32 Vermont Distillers............................................................................................. 37 Vermont Real Estate.........................................................................................60 Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery................Outside Back Cover Whirligig Brewery.............................................................................................23
58 BREWVIEW Vermont 2022 Issue 3 BREW KEY BREWERIES 1. Kingdom Brewing....................................................................................Newport 2. Next Trick Brewing............................................................................West Burke 3. Hill Farmstead Brewery...................................................................Greensboro 4. Ten Bends Beer....................................................................................Hyde Park 5. Brewster River Pub and Brewery.................................................Jeffersonville 6. Farm Road Brewing...........................................................................Bennington 7. 14th Star Brewing Co.......................................................................... St. Albans 8. Mill River Brewing BBQ & Smokehouse.........................................St. Albans 9. Kickback Brewery .................................................................................Westford 10. Red Barn Brewing..................................................................................Danville 11. Foam Brewers......................................................................................Burlington 12. House of Fermentology......................................................................Charlotte 13. Outer Limits Brewing....................................................................Proctorsville 14. Queen City Brewery..........................................................................Burlington 15. Simple Roots Brewing.......................................................................Burlington 16. Switchback Brewing Co....................................................................Burlington 17. Vermont Pub and Brewery ..............................................................Burlington 18. Zero Gravity Craft Brewery.............................................................Burlington 19. Halyard Brewing Company..................................................South Burlington 20. GoodWater Brewery..........................................................................Williston 21. Burlington Beer Co............................................................................Burlington 22. Four Quarters Brewing......................................................................Winooski 23. 1st Republic Brewing Co..........................................................Essex Junction 24. Stone Corral Brewery....................................................................... Richmond 25. Frost BeerWorks...............................................................................Hinesburg 26. Fiddlehead Brewing Company.......................................................Shelburne 27. Rock Art Brewery.............................................................................Morrisville 28. Lost Nation Brewing........................................................................Morrisville 29. Alchemist Beer..........................................................................................Stowe 30. Idletyme Brewing Company...................................................................Stowe 31. Red Leaf Gluten-Free Brewing...................................................Jeffersonville 32. Saint J Brewery....................................................................... Saint Johnsbury 33. Prohibition Pig..................................................................................Waterbury 34. Bent Hill Brewery............................................................................... Braintree 35. Brocklebank Craft Brewing..............................................................Tunbridge 36. Foley Brothers Brewing........................................................................Brandon 37. Cousins Brewing................................................................................Waitsfield 38. Lawson’s Finest Liquids...................................................................Waitsfield 39. Good Measure Brewing Co. ...........................................................Northfield 40. Norwich Inn.......................................................................................... Norwich 41. River Roost Brewery.......................................................White River Junction 42. Bobcat Brewery and Café..................................................................... Bristol 43. Hogback Mountain Brewing ................................................................ Bristol 44. Drop-In Brewing Company ..........................................................Middlebury 45. Otter Creek Brewing..................................................................... Middlebury 46. Harvest Brewing.............................................................................Bennington 47. Rutland BeerWorks...............................................................................Rutland 48. Harpoon Brewery................................................................................Windsor 49. Vermont Beer Makers .................................................................. Springfield 50. Backacre Beermakers...........................................................................Weston 51. Madison Brewing.............................................................................Bennington 52. Harvest Brewing..............................................................................Bennington 53. Beer Naked Brewery...........................................................................Marlboro 54. Hermit Thrush Brewery................................................................ Brattleboro 55. McNeill’s Brewery.......................................................................... Brattleboro 56. Whetstone Station........................................................................ Brattleboro 57. Collaborative Brewing......................................................................Waitsfield 58. Hired Hand Brewery........................................................................ Vergennes 59. Red Clover Ale.......................................................................................Brandon 60. Long Trail Brewing ........................................................Bridgewater Corners 61. Upper Pass Beer Company.....................................................South Royalton 62. Weird Window Brewing......................................................South Burlington 63. Freak Folk Bier...................................................................................Burlington 64. Black Flannel Brewing & Distilling Co...................................................Essex 65. Whirligig Brewing....................................................................... St. Johnsbury 66. Kraemer & Kin.................................................................................North Hero 67. Farm Road Brewing.........................................................................Bennington 68. Mount Holly Beer Co. .................................................................Mount Holly 69. Lucy & Howe Brewing............................................................................Jericho 70. Two Heroes......................................................................................South Hero 71. Liambru Tasty...........................................................................................Proctor WINERIES 1. Snow Farm Vineyard & Winery.......................................................South Hero 2. Hillis Sugarbush Farm & Vineyard...................................................Colchester 3. Shelburne Vineyard............................................................................ Shelburne 4. Charlotte Village Winery....................................................................Charlotte 5. North Branch Vineyards.................................................................. Montpelier 6. Montpelier Vineyards...................................................................... Montpelier 7. Neddo Family Vineyards............................................................................ Barre 8. La Garagista Winery................................................................................ Bethel 9. Neshobe River Winery...........................................................................Brandon 10. Lincoln Peak Vineyard .................................................................. New Haven 11. Whaleback Winery...............................................................................Poultney 12. Putney Mountain Winery..................................................................... Putney 13. Honora Winery & Vineyard .........................................................Jacksonville 14. Fable Farm Fermentory.........................................................................Barnard CIDERIES 1. Eden Specialty Ciders............................................................................Newport 2. Stowe Cider..................................................................................................Stowe 3. Hall Home Place.............................................................................Isle La Motte 4. Citizen Cider........................................................................................Burlington 5. Groennfell Meadery........................................................................... St. Albans 6. Chapin Orchard...........................................................................Essex Junction 7. Boyer’s Orchard and Cider Mill..........................................................Monkton 8. Shacksbury.......................................................................................... Vergennes 9. Lawson’s Finest Liquids.....................................................................Waitsfield 10. Flag Hill Farm.........................................................................................Vershire 11. Champlain Orchards........................................................................ Shoreham 12. Vermont Hard Cider...................................................................... Middlebury 13. Woodchuck Cider........................................................................... Middlebury 14. Windfall Orchard.................................................................................Cornwall 15. Mountain Cider Company..................................................North Chittenden 16. Wood’s Cider Mill........................................................................... Springfield 17. Whetstone Ciderworks......................................................................Marlboro 18. Fable Farm Fermentory.........................................................................Barnard 19. Shelburne Orchards.......................................................................... Shelburne 20. Cold Hollow Cider Mill......................................................Waterbury Center DISTILLERIES 1. Elm Brook Farm............................................................................... East Fairfield 2. Smugglers’ Notch Distillery ........................................................Jeffersonville 3. Green Mountain Distillery............................................................ Morristown 4. Caledonia Spirits............................................................................... Montpelier 5. St. Johnsbury Distillery ............................................................... St. Johnsbury 6. Wild Heart Distillery.......................................................................... Shelburne 7. Mad River Distillery............................................................................Waitsfield 8. Hooker Mountain Farm and Distillery...........................................Marshfield 9. Vermont Spirits Distillery ..............................................White River Junction 10. Applachian Gap Distillery ........................................................... Middlebury 11. Black Flannel Brewing & Distilling Co.....................................................Essex 12. WhistlePig......................................................................................... Shoreham 13. Silo Distillery.........................................................................................Windsor 14. Spirits of Old Bennington Distillery.................................North Bennington 15. Vermont Distillers...............................................................................Marlboro 16. Saxtons River Distillery ................................................................ Brattleboro
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