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Vermont is home to a thriving spirits industry. Our in-state distillers are producing a wide variety of products from vodka and maple liqueurs to gin and rye whiskey. Many of them are winning national acclaim and international awards for their fine quality and appealing flavor. A number of the distilleries have their own tasting rooms where the products they make can be sampled and purchased. You may also find local distillers at farmers’ markets, special events, or festivals around the state.

Gin (3)

Rum (2)

Vodka (3)

Cordials (4)

Whiskey (2)

Artesano Mead

1334 Scott Hwy, Groton, VT
802-584-9000

Bow Vineyard & Winery

21 Ferry road , Springfield, VT
802-546-4330

Boyden Valley Winery

64 Vermont Route 104 Cambridge, VT
802-644-8151

Caledonia Spirits

48 Buffalo Mountain Commons Drive Hardwick, VT
802-472-8000

Charlotte Village Winery

3968 Greenbush Rd. Charlotte, VT
802-425-4599

Chateau Tarbox

168 Tarbox Hill Road,Orleans, VT
802-754-9506

Dunc’s Mill

622 Keyser Hill Road, St. Johnsbury, VT
802-745-9486

East Shore Vineyard

69 East Shore North, Grand Isle, VT
802-859-9463

Eden Ice Cider

150 Main Street Newport, VT
802-334-1808

Flag Hill Farm Hard Cider

135 Ewing Road, Vershire, VT
802-685-7724

Fresh Tracks Farm & Winery

4373 Vermont Route 12, Berlin, VT
802-223-1151

Grand View Winery

Route 100, Waterbury Center, VT
802-456-7012

Green Mountain Distillers

192 Thomas Lane, Stowe, VT
802-456-7012

Hillis’ Sugarbush Farm & Vineyard

206 Sugarbush Farm Road, Colchester, VT
802-893-2928

Honora Winery

201 Vt Route 112, Jacksonville, VT
802-368-2233
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