White River Junction Beer Guide: Your White River Junction guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from White River Junction

72 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“Looks like this area was an old warehouse district, right next to the RR tracks. No taproom per se, a small counter where you can get drafts and cans/bottles and a shaded beer garden outside. Restroom is just a port-a-potty. Parking not an issue, but I was here at opening. IPA centric taplist today. Good service.“
stevoj 33 days ago
78 /100
Big Fatty’s BBQ (Restaurant)
186 S MAIN ST
“My wife and I went here for lunch last Friday. The parking lot was full on 3 sides of the building and only 8 customers inside the dinning area??? I had a very nice pulled pork sandwich and a Hill Farmstead beer.“
Ron 1002 days ago
62 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“A small area, no seating but a few places to stand. Only 1 beer at a time. 4oz or full pours. The beers were all solid. 4 taps.“
Sledutah 1005 days ago
66 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“Tiny brewery in White River Jct. Four beers on tap, however you can order just two samples, no cans, just growler fills. Beer is great but not worth a special trip. Recommended only if you're around.“
karpik 1410 days ago
92 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“Excellent brewery that offers 4oz pours and growler fills. Nice folks. This is the new frontier.“
salvaticas 1425 days ago
80 /100
Big Fatty’s BBQ (Restaurant)
186 S MAIN ST
“Now that was a find! It’s a store, crowler station, bbq pit, and beer bar. Place was somewhat packed but service was efficient. Bbq is great, and they offer a flight of 4 4 on tasters for 10$. Great place.“
Lubiere 1902 days ago
70 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“A cool little brewery. Tasting room is limited but service was friendly. Only 2 beers available at the time (brewer was at the CBC 2017), but both were solid. Free samples. Don’t forget to go to the Big Fatty’s bbq across the parking lot.“
Lubiere 1902 days ago
66 /100
Co-op Food Store (Grocery Store)
209 MAPLE STREET
“This grocery store has a pretty good bottle lineup. The times I’ve been in here, sometimes its clean and sometimes its not. Still, easy to take kids in. Service is decent. All of the usual suspects for breweries in Vermont and the New England area, not a bad place to check out if in need of some bottles to take back to wherever you’re from. Also, and I’ll update the editing on this place if it happens or already has, but I think they’re getting a growler station so if that happens, that might be cool in this area of Vermont.“
Bulk_Carrier 1929 days ago
82 /100
Big Fatty’s BBQ (Restaurant)
186 S MAIN ST
“A pretty great place overall. Only had time to patronise the bottle shop, which has a great selection, with particular emphasis on VT breweries, along with other New England and national US stuff (think Stone, Dogfish Head, Ballast Point). Lots of cider. Few imports, maybe none. About twenty keg taps for crowler fills. Friendly service, decent prices. Only complaint is that they don’t split up 4/6-packs unless the staff has already done it (e.g for sampling themselves, I was told).

The restaurant portion looks solid. Good BBQ menu. Excellent tap list: 3 from HF on my visit, other VT stuff as well. Will try to come back for a meal and a few beers.“
Leighton 2014 days ago
82 /100
Big Fatty’s BBQ (Restaurant)
186 S MAIN ST
“Good BBQ and great beer selection. Hill farmstead on tap when I was there. Small bottle shop and separate tap list right next door with crowler fills. Separate place but same business. Wings were good. Riverroost Brewing is right across the parking lot too!“
egg 2198 days ago
90 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“Great little brewery. One man operation. Four taps on when I was there. All reasonably priced. Free samples of all the beers. Owner/brewer was really friendly and happy to talk beer. Beers were great. Really happy this place exists.“
egg 2198 days ago
76 /100 230 S MAIN STREET
“Unassuming location, very small for now but tons of room to grow. Appears they have 3-4 fermenters on a 7-10 barrel system. 6 taps (3 active the day I was on-site) with tasters. Growlers (64oz) are $12-$15, Glasses are $8, they have shirts, do tasters. Staff was friendly but it was their first day of opening. I’ll try to remember to update this review once they’ve been open for a few months but the joint is off to a great start!“
AdamChandler 2337 days ago