This was the place my wife and I ended up having lunch at during our trip to Burlington. It was a short walk from where we parked on Bank St., right in the heart of Burlington. I absolutely love the vibe here; inside there’s a large bar area and plenty of seating but it was the little patio area where we enjoyed lunch and a few brews that did it for me. It’s got a cafe type cozy feel to it. It’s partially blocked by surrounding buildings but you can still get a little sunshine. The weather was very nice that day, which of course doesn’t hurt. I think they had a dozen or so beers on tap. I tried three of them; the Afternooner was terrific, the Kolsh very good, and the Belgian Pale just okay. They have something for everyone. Also, they have some ciders (my wife enjoyed a local cider) and some guest taps and bottles available. Everything on tap was available as a half glass (8 oz) for $3 or full (16 oz) for $5. The half option is absolutely brilliant and I wish more places would do this (although many do have flights or samplers). The flatbread pizza we had was delicious; these come in two sizes as well (note that the small is still pretty big). This was my favorite stop during our 2+ week vacation that took us to Burlington, Asheville, among other places.
Located in downtown Burlington up a big ass hill. I was a total asshole and parked at Foam Brothers which made for quite the hike. The beers ranged from solid to solid. The ambience was typical for a repurposed building. It was fine as an experience. Solid but not spectacular. I has the sense that this place would have been way more awesome a decade ago and to a degree they were living on past glories.
Sat outside. Urban atmosphere in a very rural state. The beer ranged from not-so-good to pretty great. The food was excellent. The service was satisfactory, but our server had a lot of customers to cover while we were here. We hit the place at lunchtime on a weekday, so it was pretty busy. Been here once. Accidentally checked in here twice.
This is a fantastic stop in Burlington. The place itself is great with brick ovens and great interior design features. Service was fine with no complaints. We ordered a couple pizzas and they were great. This is a place that for some reason the beer tastes better in person. Ive had plenty of zero gravity beer elsewhere but when you drink it in this place it tastes better. Great spot.
Visited for a Saturday lunch in February. The pizzas are world class, the beer pretty good. Didn’t really connect with the staff, but they were professional. I will decidedly check in for pizza and beer again if I’m ever back in town.
Visited on a busy Thursday afternoon. Lucked into a couple seats at the bar. Service there was alright, but a bit slow. No flights available, but they will do half pours. All beers on draft were their own (Zero Gravity), and there was good variety within that selection. Did not order food, but the stuff I saw looked and smelled good. They do predominantly pizza, as might be indicated in the name. I would visit this place again, but maybe earlier in the day.
Visited late on a Thursday evening, so it was quite understandable that the place was not so full. Service at the bar was friendly and efficient. Big selection of own beers on tap, did not look at any bottles. I tried the Conehead, which was good, and the Gose, which was not bad. We had already eaten elsewhere, so didn’t try the food here, which is a shame as the pizza looked really good. Prices for beer were pretty good. Seemed well worth a visit, would try to eat here next time.
Pizza place that also serves a ton of Zero Gravity beers. Serves as the brewpub location, it seems.
Cool place. Brick building with a nice big wooden bar and plenty of dining room seating as well. Decently crowded on a Friday night, but we were able to find a couple of seats at the bar for dinner and some beers. They’re known for their pizzas here, so we ordered one of those. They will do half and half of two different kinds, which is nice since the better half and I often want to get different things.
Like a few other places in town, they don’t do flights--just half and full pours. I find this annoying, but whatever. The two of us shared a few things. Beer quality was, in general, pretty good. Conehead was probably my favorite of the beers that I tried.
Service was friendly enough, but things kind of took awhile here, particularly as it pertains to the kitchen/getting the food out. The server admitted to forgetting to putting in the salad that we ordered, which was kind of annoying and just the first of a few times that happened to us on the trip...maybe people in northern New England don’t get salad with their pizzas?
Anyway, pretty cool spot. Decent food, decent beers. Worth a stop, particularly with its central location.
Visited on a Sunday evening. Half bar, half restaurant with a brick oven in a corner. Over a dozen beer on tap, an eclectic selection of English, Belgian, German and American beers. A change of pace from the usual regional Pale Ales and IPAs. Good service. Amazing Flatbreads.
We visited on a Sunday afternoon in Autumn. We were just here for drinks, so sat in the small bar area on the right hand side as you enter. They had about 12ish house-brewed beers on offer during our visit. I thought the quality of the beers were above average in general, with the IPAs being the best of the bunch. Saying that they didn’t blow me away and there are much better beers in Burlington to be drinking. Service was fine and prices seemed all right. A decent place overall, but not the most exciting beer available in town.