Your Guide to a Local Thanksgiving - DONovember 18, 2015
Think local both on and after your Thanksgiving day - take your family out for an adventure: go visit a farm, see cheese being made or visit a Vermont vineyard or distillery.
Burelli Farm, Berlin: Visit the farm at 199 Burelli Farm Drive any day of the week for a superb shopping experience and a chance to see our animals and beautiful landscape.
Boyden Valley Winery, Cambridge and Waterbury: The Winery in Cambridge will be open every day from 10am-5pm except Thanksgiving Day (11/26) for Tastings, shopping, and wine by the glass. Our Tasting Annex at Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury will be open every day except Thanksgiving Day from 11am-5pm for Tastings and shopping. Beautiful gift boxes to suit any budget will also be available at both locations.
Caledonia Spirits Distillery, Hardwick: The distillery is open for tours and tastings 7 days a week through December 31st from 12-5. Offering FREE tours and tastings and the opportunity to purchase our full line of craft spirits. Buy 2 bottles, get a free glass! Check out their site online.
Find a Vermont cheesemaker near you. Visit DigInVT.com to find a cheese making demonstration for post-holiday fun!
Fat Toad Farm, Brookfield: Stop by our self-serve farm store in Brookfield, VT from 10am-4pm on Sunday, November 29th!
The Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center, Newport: Sip a sweet ice cider at The Tasting Bar, savor a sticky maple treat from the Maple Shop, enjoy fresh breads and pastries from Jocelyn & Cinta's Bake Shop, or sit and grab a bite at the Newport Ciderhouse Bar & Grill. It's all good, and it's all local! The NEK Tasting Center is dedicated to featuring and supporting Northeast Kingdom farmers and producers.
Wineries and Distilleries across Vermont can be found on DigInVT.com - unwind with a glass of Vermont grown wine or a craft cocktail after a hectic holiday.