With several breweries, cideries, wineries, and distilleries in Stowe, there are a lot of options when you're looking to learn about the local craft beverage scene. Vermont is known for its craft beverage production, using local agricultural products like apples and maple syrup to produce some of the most sought-after spirits, wines, and beers in the country. Fortunately for the traveling beverage connoisseur, one local company offers winery and brewery tours in Stowe so you can forget the planning and enjoy an afternoon of educational fun.
Stowe Tasting Tours is run by the Umiak Outfitters (who also organize one of our favorite dog sledding tours in Stowe). With three options to choose from, these winery and brewery tours in Stowe will provide transportation, a guided tour of the facility, and samples. Try the Microbrewery Tour and visit several different breweries, learning about the process and story behind each unique Vermont brewery. From The Alchemist and Rock Art Brewery to Lost Nation and Von Trapp, the breweries you'll visit make a wide variety of styles, so you're sure to find a style of beer you enjoy. You might even find a new favorite at one of the stops.
If you're not so much into beer, hop on the Cider and Spirits Tour. The Stowe area has three distilleries and two cideries, where you can tour the facility and learn about the fermenting and distilling process. From Barr Hill's honey gin and vodka to Stowe Cider's line of hard cider, these unique beverages showcase the intrepid Vermont character. Transportation is provided from our boutique Stowe hotel Field Guide, so book your winery and brewery tours in Stowe and then enjoy the best of Vermont's craft beverage scene.