Vermont products are made by craftspeople who take pride in their work. From coffee roasters, and sugar makers, to carpenters, dairy farmers, and potters--the focus and patience in seeing a product through the entire process is one of many reasons why Vermont products are in such high demand.
Stop in at a participating sugarhouse in the Spring, or enjoy ice cream at Ben & Jerry's after their tour in the summer. For a perfect autumn day, stop in at the Cold Hollow Cider taste some fresh cider and donuts. In the winter, enjoy some comfort-food accompanied with an award winning Vermont draft beer at one of our many breweries.
Hard cider is a great refreshing beverage to enjoy during the sunny days in the spring. There's more than just apple flavor, too!
Vermont Craft Brewing
The Vermont Brewers Association is your first stop for updates, information and directions to Vermont's breweries. Read about beers, find a trail to taste along, or get tickets to signature events.
Vermont Artisanal Cheese
Vermont is home to more than 45 cheesemakers using milk from sheep, goats and cow breeds, ranging from Dutch Belted to Brown Swiss and Jerseys.
Wine Tastings Anyone?
Wine in the Green Mountain State is a growing industry. Hand-crafted varieties of reds, whites, and dessert wines offer a full range of choices, as do fruit wines made with blueberries, rhubarb, apples and raspberries.
Indulge in Vermont Chocolates
Chocolatiers in Vermont have been providing the state with delicious treats for a long time. Taste the best of both worlds with maple flavored chocolate!
Vermont Ice Cream
When the temperatures start to rise in spring, we head to our favorite ice cream stand.
100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup
Vermonters are proud of their sugarmakers and the products they make. Maple syrup is all-natural and made by a very simple process; but that doesn't mean it's easy!
A number of the distilleries have tasting rooms where the products they make can be sampled and purchased.
Get to know some of Vermont's makers and the one-of-a-kind products they make. Vermont's small business owners and producers always have something to find, from jewelry to skincare products to craft food and beverage.