If you love beer but Vermont isn’t on your Beer USA map, put it on, because the beer culture here rivals that of America’s biggest and most well-known beer towns. If you’re new to brewery tours, take your first in Vermont! You get to relax while your guide does all the planning and driving. There are also two great breweries within a short drive from Killington where you can take a self-guided Vermont brewery tour.
Fun Things to Do in Vermont on the Vermontology Brewery Tour
One of Vermontology’s best tours is its brewery and spirits tour. On this Vermont brewery tour you’ll visit four Vermont breweries, a distillery and a hard cidery, plus lots of great Vermont scenery. You can view a list of the breweries and distilleries on Vermontology’s website. We love that your guide will pick you right up from your front door.
Vermont Brewers Association Map
If you’re looking for fun things to do in Vermont, the Vermont Brewers Association offers a great map to help guide you to Vermont’s best breweries and find one closest to you. Check out the website to view the map and learn more about each brewery.
Brew Trails Map
If you’re looking to venture a bit further out of Killington, check out a map of Vermont’s breweries at BrewTrail.com. You can find breweries near you and find out whether they do tours, tastings or both.
Beer Near Killington
If you don’t want to travel far from your vacation home in Killington, visit Long Trail Brewing and Rutland Beer Works. Both are less than a half hour away from Killington.
Rutland Beer Works is a 15-barrel brewery in nearby Rutland. Go here if you’re looking for ales and lagers.
Long Trail Brewing, named for the famous thru hiking trail that runs through the heart of Vermont, is a must-visit when you’re in Killington. Located on the Ottauquechee River, the brewery and brew pub offers a seasonally rotating menu with locally-sourced ingredients and more than a dozen beers. You can take self-guided tours of the brewery.