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The Beer Lover's Guide to Burlington, Vermont

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share the brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from Bavarian pretzels to tomato-and-basil-flavored beer during their stop in Burlington, Vermont.

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Zero Gravity Brewery

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Zero Gravity's new tap room and production facility are just as gorgeous as the beers they're brewing. The Mungo Berry sour was incredibly refreshing — and the house-made smoky maple mustard and Bavarian pretzels are equally worth a try.

Queen City Brewery

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The folks at Queen City are making impressive, European-inspired beers, all served in a tap room that's decorated with cool beer memorabilia.

Common Ground Center

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This cozy coffee shop was our first stop in Burlington and had us feeling right at home. Their coffee was great, but it was their sticky bun that truly stole the show.

Penny Cluse Café

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We ate here based on many recommendations, and it was definitely worth the trip. The staff and dishes were excellent — the veggie biscuits and gravy were especially incredible.

El Cortijo

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We eat a lot of nachos on the road, so Cortijo was the perfect stop. Their nachos are daydream-worthy and loaded with delicious queso fundido.

American Flatbread

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The pizza pies at American Flatbread feature a thin, crispy crust and are covered in mouthwatering toppings. Our favorite was the buffalo chicken-inspired Power to the People.

City Market (Onion River Co-op)

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Though technically a grocery store, City Market makes amazing bagel sandwiches for breakfast. We had an everything bagel topped with vegetables and their special tzatziki cream cheese, and we loved every bite.

Four Quarters Brewing

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Brian, the man behind Four Quarters Brewing, is a great guy who made time to sit down with us and share some beers. Every beer was creative and well-executed — the wildest was a roasted tomato and basil beer.
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Zero Gravity Brewery

Zero Gravity's new tap room and production facility are just as gorgeous as the beers they're brewing. The Mungo Berry sour was incredibly refreshing — and the house-made smoky maple mustard and Bavarian pretzels are equally worth a try.

Queen City Brewery

The folks at Queen City are making impressive, European-inspired beers, all served in a tap room that's decorated with cool beer memorabilia.

Common Ground Center

This cozy coffee shop was our first stop in Burlington and had us feeling right at home. Their coffee was great, but it was their sticky bun that truly stole the show.

Penny Cluse Café

We ate here based on many recommendations, and it was definitely worth the trip. The staff and dishes were excellent — the veggie biscuits and gravy were especially incredible.

El Cortijo

We eat a lot of nachos on the road, so Cortijo was the perfect stop. Their nachos are daydream-worthy and loaded with delicious queso fundido.

American Flatbread

The pizza pies at American Flatbread feature a thin, crispy crust and are covered in mouthwatering toppings. Our favorite was the buffalo chicken-inspired Power to the People.

City Market (Onion River Co-op)

Though technically a grocery store, City Market makes amazing bagel sandwiches for breakfast. We had an everything bagel topped with vegetables and their special tzatziki cream cheese, and we loved every bite.

Four Quarters Brewing

Brian, the man behind Four Quarters Brewing, is a great guy who made time to sit down with us and share some beers. Every beer was creative and well-executed — the wildest was a roasted tomato and basil beer.

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