Breweries & Brewery Tours in Vermont

During a brewery tour, diehard beer (and cider!) fans, as well as casual drinkers and sober folks, can get a behind-the-scenes look at how their favorite brews are made. Learn more about the craft and your favorite brewing company's history and practices. Many brewery tours also offer samples and tastings.

Brewery Tours in Vermont

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Harpoon Brewery Tours - Windsor, VT
Harpoon Vermont Brewery

336 Ruth Carney Drive Windsor, VT, 05089 Phone: 802-674-5491

Brewery’s specialties: fresh lineup of beer, fabulous food and a laid-back atmosphere

Harpoon Brewery may have been founded in Boston, but they have been brewing in Vermont for more than 20 years. The Harpoon Brewery Taproom and Beer Garden in Windsor, VT features a production viewing area where guests can check out the brewhouse up close, a full-service restaurant featuring menu items made with local Vermont ingredients, and a brewery gift shop where guests can purchase merchandise and beer and food to-go.
Summer View 2 - Long Trail Brewery - Bridgewater Corners, VT
Long Trail Brewery

5520 US Route 4 Bridgewater Corners, VT, 05035 Phone: 802-672-5011

See what all the brew-haha is about at this riverside brewery pub and restaurant

Over at Long Trail Brewery, they have been making batches of the best beer since 1989, blazing a trail for Vermont’s craft-brewing industry. Stop in to see what the great vibes are all about. The beer (more than a dozen on tap) is plentiful, the food is delicious with a seasonal menu based on local Vermont ingredients and the atmosphere is really down-home. Bring the kids and, yes, in the outdoor beer garden, your well-behaved, leashed dog is more than welcome. The spacious riverside pub and restaurant was inspired by the Hofbrau House in Munich, Germany. But, unique to Vermont, four Sugar Sheds, seating up to eight very happy people, are heated, have bluetooth speakers and food and beverage service in the winter months. In the warmer months, there is ample outdoor seating along the Ottauquechee River.