Kind of a touristy place. Decent ambience. Ate outside by the water. Waiter (Roy) was very helpful and attentive. Food was quite good. Beer was good. Nothing overwhelming, but nothing to complain about either. Overall, a nice experience
Visited July 27, in late afternoon. A brewery in the middle of the Green Mountains, at US 4 and Vermont 100A. Plenty of parking and plenty of room to eat and drink, especially in the restaurant section, I enjoyed the terrace by the river, but I drink at the bar. I drank their Double IPA, very good, but the IPA was so-so and I had some nachos, they were OK. There was self-guided tour, is I wanted to and there was a store to buy beer, clothing and nik naks!. Nica place, not far from Killington ski resort.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 22, 2010
A cool brewery out in the middle of Vermont. I enjoyed the beers but the place was packed and it was hard to order at the bar.
Up here skiing and we got rained out so we loaded up the family and headed over. It didn’t look great from the outside but was awesome. Has a small self guided brew tour which was cool. Good beer on tap plus a nice take home section. Tshirts and other goodies. We had lunch and the food was terrific. The servers are knowledgable and super nice. Really a cool place everyone should check out when in the area.
Big, high-ceilinged pub with an industrial brewery wrapped around it. Nice large windows looking out over a small wooded valley. There is a fairly sizable patio as well which was mighty inviting on the unseasonably warm day that we were here. Friendly service with a decent, pubby menu. Nothing on here is going to blow your mind, but it is a friendly place with serviceable, if not awesome, beer... exactly as an apres-ski place should be. I liked it in here.
visited the brewery after a snowboarding trip last january. the service was great and the sampler was a great value that allowed us to try the beers without leaving bombed! it was a great experience, especially after a week on the mountain. highly reccomend stopping by for some good beer and food if you’re in the area!
This brewery taproom is quite large; I was expecting an industrial tasting room, but the cozy pub and its wonderful terrace by the river is memorable. They are only open till 6pm (no one would want to come out here to spend the evening, I suppose), so a visit for lunch is a good idea. Although their beers are all very drinkable, I admit I’m not the biggest supporter of Long Trail beers. But their Double IPA on tap was simply wonderful. You can buy bottles to go too, in singles or six-packs. All in all, a quaint stopover if you are in the area.
6ROW (48) corpus christi, Texas | January 28, 2009
no real tour the day i went just a upper level cat walk over the bottling line. Good beer+ good pub food. the gift shop is way over priced!!!
I love vermont, and this is its epitome. The food service was okay, nothing crazy the same goes for the food itself. But the beer was orgasmic! I discovered the Ale before going there, but with all the different amazing flavors and styles offered, my palette was exploding out of excitiment.
Pretty cool place, with a really nice setting along a rocky stream/river. The food was ok and worked for a hungry luncher. The beer was so so though. The Double Bag was the best they had on tap and it was good. THe rest I could do without. Maybe the IPA would make a good drinker. With the right beer this place is a gold mine. Worth stopping in when up at Killington.