2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 12 – 0- , I I I VERMONT CULINARY EXPERIENCES From cheese makers and brewers, to sugar makers and distillers, Vermont is known for having an authentic farm to table food scene. Take a look at some of our incredible culinary options which make for great group visits. 1. Follow the Vermont Cheese Trail to the Cabot Creamery factory stores in Cabot, Quechee, and Waterbury. VERMONTVACATION.COM/ TH INGS-TO-D0/ MADE-IN-VE RMONT/ CHEESE 2. Discover Vermont 's beer scene with a visit to the von Trapp Brewing and Bierhall at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe. VERMONTVACATION.COM/ TH INGS-TO-D0/ MADE-IN-VERMONT/ BEER 3 . Spend some time on the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail with a visit to Dakin Farm in Ferrisburgh for a taste of maple creemees, smoked meats, and other Vermont food products. DIG INVT.COM/ TRAILS/ DETAI L/ LAKE-CHAMPLAIN-TASTING-TRAIL 4. Take a cooking class with your group at either the King Arthur Flour Baker's Store in orwich , the Lareau Farm Inn in Waitsfield, or the Cook Academy at The Essex in Essex. 5. Make time for maple with a visit to one of our many sugar makers. Goodrich's Maple Farm in Cabot, Happy Hill Maple Farms in Lyndonville, Morse Maple Sugarworks in Montpelier, and Sugarbush Cheese and Maple Farm in Woodstock are just some of the terrific options. And be sure to stop at the New England Maple Museum in Pittsford to see the most extensive collection of sugaring artifacts in existence . VERMONTVACATION.COM/ TH INGS-TO-D0 / MAOE-IN-VERMONT/ MAPLE-SYRUP 6. o trip to Vermont would be complete without a tour of the Ben & Jerry's factory or a taste of apple cider and donuts at the " - -o Cold Hollow Cider Mill, both conveniently located only a short drive from each other in Waterbury. ~.VERMONT

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