Dropped down for a visit from North Hero. Ate at the bar and tried their pilsener and an I.P.A. Found both beers to be excellent. The pizza was delicious and the bartender very friendly. I would recommend this place to all.
The only place you have to go in VT...for beer/food. The flatbreads (pizzas) are amazing...Im not sure how they fit so many little bits of heaven and crack into them, but the do! The beer list is excellent; a variety of guest beers are on tap and bottles, and the house brews dont dissapoint. The atmosphere can’t be beat. A great old brick building with arches, and outside seating. Make this place a priority when visiting Burlington, and make Burlington a priority on your place to visit.
bobman006 (2) New Jersey | August 1, 2009| Updated October 2, 2009
Best brewpub in Burlington (sorry VPB). House beers are always satisfying and there is always a good selection from which to choose. The pizzas are flatbread style and are incredible. They are treated with an artisanal approach using the best ingredients and cooked in the hearth located in the dining room section from where they are baked in front of you (depending on where you are facing, of course) and brought right to your table. Service is good whether at a table or at the bar. The place is beautiful inside with a cozy old mill/inn look and feel. The only problem is that it is usually busy, and it can get quite crowded in the bar area during dinner time hours. I really enjoy this place and makes wish I still lived in Burlington so I can go more often! This place is a must visit while in the area.
This is a must visit while in Burlington. Best wood oven pizza i have had, they have the fresheset and most tasty pizza around. Made with fresh local toppings. Excellent beer selection, Zero Gravity Craft brew being the house brewery.
This is a must visit while in Burlington. Helluva cool place with some really good damn beers on tap, some great pizza and the people there know their beer. I had a great pour of the Ommegang Rouge while there and their house brewed beers were imaginative and pretty damn good. My whole family enjoyed this place. The outdoor seating was awesome.
Very cool place. Damn tasty pizza. Big beer list with lite of great choices, as well as all their zero gravity brews, which were great. They offered half pints so my friends and I got half pints of a bunch of different brews.
April 2005 (10+visits since May 2004): brewing has just started, so its a bit hard to judge that aspect of this wonderful establishment, but the guest beer list is fabulous...the past few weeks have seen an amped-up effort to develop the best beer menu in the area, and it’s working: Rochefort 6, Thiriez, Adnams Tally Ho on cask, Sierra Nevada IPA...hard to find anywhere, let alone in Burlington. The pizza is absolutely extraordinary, the atmosphere warm and inviting...at this point, I would say that Flatbread is the #1 beer destination in the state. UPDATE December 2006: with the recent Shed tasting and all the retired Heavyweight beers that Paul’s been bringing in, in addition to his own fabulous lagers and frequent standout ales, I’m bumping this up again to a perfect overall score. No question one of the top beer/food destinations in New England.
As far as I’m concerned, if you’re in town for the night and are looking for somewhere to have a great brew, some nice food and chat with some folks about beer, life, love or philosophy, Flatbread is your place. The staff is friendly and know about the beers on tap. The list is always changing, and there are a variety of offerings from both in-house and "from beyond." Jeff (Bar manager) and Paul (Head brewer) have done a lot to create the best possible beer bar, with the largest list in the area and the a great collection of rare whiskies and other fine spirits.
Paul is an incredibly talented brewery and never ceases to amaze me with his ability to brew a wide range of styles (English, Begian, German, etc) and nail it every time. He is very to true style but he is not afraid to experiment. Some brewpubs brew beers that cater to the "casual public," and although you will find a couple "session ales" on the list, there is sure to be a beer style up on the
Quevillon (291) Boisbriand, Quebec | September 28, 2008| Updated October 4, 2008
Visité pour la première fois pour ma fête (26/9/08) . Ça ne fesait que 15 minutes que le resto était ouvert et on devait attendre 5 minutes pour s’assoire, c’est débile! C’est sur que pour un tripeux de bière, il y a quoi à te faire demandé quoi boire, une sélection mental, pour ma par j’ai bu deux de leur produit, délicieux! C’est sans doute leur pizza, eux sont maintenent dans mes tops. Et les gens qui travaille là sont simpas et ils travaille avec beaucoup d’efficacité. Donc allez-y de bonne heure ou soyé patien!