The Farmhouse Tap and Grill – Burlington, VT

Posted on: August 8th, 2014 by Erin Weir No Comments

Styling themselves a “beer oasis,” Farmhouse Tap and Grill  has 24 taps of craft beers, most of them local.  But beer is far from the only thing they serve at this gastropup!

Farmhouse foster strong connections with local farmers and producers so that they can showcase the best that Vermont has to offer.   Through these connections they are able to bring you award winning burgers made with local beef, re-imagined comfort foods, house cured meats, imaginative specials, and of course, Vermont cheese plates!

Burgers are served with house made condiments and on buns incredibly buttery and crisp! Delicious seasonal items include Kale and sausage soup or Vermont Cheddar Ale soup.  And they’re menu isn’t limited to dinner.  Check them out for lunch during the week, where you can find smoked bratwurst, pulled tarragon chicken salad, or the “ridiculously local” BLT.  Or stop by for brunch on the weekend and try the House Bennies with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and hollandaise on a house made English muffin, with a side of hash browns and dressed greens!

While their menu is wonderful, this place is really a beer nerd’s paradise.  Hill Farmstead, Lawsons, and Heady Topper are frequently on draught.  There are frequently very rare taps like a 2 year barrel aged Meat Whistle by Magic Hat.   And you aren’t limited to what’s on draught! There are tons of bottles, and many of them are quite rare.  The outdoor beer garden is a great place to enjoy one of their many amazing brews. Be sure to check out their website for tap takeovers!

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