Oct. 9, 2015
Everyone knows that Vermont becomes a colorful paradise this time of year. Between the foliage, food, and attractions, there's not a whole lot to complain about when it comes to Fall in Vermont.
But where can you find the most authentic Vermont, Autumn experience?
If food, beer, and foliage sound good to you this season look no further. Waterbury is home to some of Vermont's most scenic views and renowned breweries. Take a beautiful drive on I-89 and stop through on your way to see what all the talk is about.
There's a reason Waterbury is the beer capitol of the state. Lawson's Finest, The Alchemist, Trapp Lager, and Hill Farmstead are just a few the mouth-watering brews to be found alongside a broad collection of Vermont wine and spirits. Not to mention. Waterbury is the home to the world famous Heady Topper. All your beer, wine and food needs can be generously satisfied in one of many pubs and restaurants such as The Reservoir, Blackback, Cork, Blue Stone, Arvads, Stowe Street Cafe, and Prohibition Pig. Finish off with real Vermont flavor with a few scoops of Ben & Jerry's ice cream all made with local ingredients.
Also in town are a number of great shops and boutiques full of friendly faces. From books and antiques to cards, toys, gifts, flowers, and clothes of any style, it's easy to get lost in the Waterbury experience.
Want to get out of town? It's probably a good idea, you don't want to miss the views this time of year. Take a trek, bike run, or stroll up Camel's Hump, Perry Hill, or Mount Mansfield with terrain and route options available for all skill levels.
With so much to see and do, Waterbury is definitely a wonderful place to visit, or live, in Vermont.