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Three Penny Taproom

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Three Penny TaproomThree Penny Taproom
BA SCORE
100
world-class

124 Ratings
Ratings: 124
Reviews: 56
rAvg: 4.64
pDev: 6.03%
Taps: 24
Bottles: 10
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

108 Main St
Montpelier, Vermont, 05602-2906
United States
phone: (802) 223-8277

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @threepennytap

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(Place added by: threepenny on 05-18-2009)
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Photo of mcintire78
5/5  rDev +7.8%

Photo of beernbike
4.88/5  rDev +5.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.25

We traveled to Vermont from Philly to seek out the World Class beers from Hill's Farmstead, Lawson's and the Alchemist. After some investigative research into the best places to try, we found Ten Penny. Man, it did not disappoint. Amazing beer selection which included every style imaginable. Aaron the bartender was super friendly and knowledgable. The bacon blue burger was awesome and the other patrons we met were a blast. I only wish it were closer than 8+ hours away! Thanks for the memories guys, I'll see you next year!

Photo of kctobin72
4.31/5  rDev -7.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.75

Have been to tpt a few times now while staying in the montpelier area for work. nice, balanced draught selection with limited bottles (mostly 22oz and up costing more money). usually a couple of hill farmstead selections, including some harder to find collaboration brews. was surprised to see the bruery (hottenroth when I was there) available, it sounded like a connection between shaun hill and the folks at the bruery is making their beer available in vermont now.

very attentive bartenders with great knowledge of the beers including background and very good at making suggestions and offering tastings. great place to have a pint or 3 for lunch, after work or for dinner. have only tried the flatbreads which were tasty and the bacon burger looked like a generous offering with local bacon and cheese.

Photo of devilben02
4.53/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I stopped by this place on a road trip from New York to Montreal with a bus full of drunken idiots. The place was packed but had a relaxed vibe, and we were appropriately met with disdain due to a handful of our number being especially drunken and idiotic. Even with the cold-shoulder treatment, however, I could tell that this place was a great local watering hole. The atmosphere is terrific for a local craft destination, with a kind of rustic yet modern tavern theme. The food deserves its own praise, as the menu has a variety of typical pub food with some regional flair. In particular, the pork belly and chicken liver sandwich was the best thing I've eaten in months.

Regarding the beers, the selection was great, with a heavy emphasis on local beers in combination with some very interesting aged bottles from the region and beyond. The chalkboards scattered around the bar provided an easy-to-find guide of what was available, and the bartenders were active to keep everyone in the full house satisfied. As long as I wouldn't be immediately run out of town because of the antics of my friends during my last visit, I would love to return.

Photo of 4ster
4.6/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75

Stopped in for drinks after dinner on a Tuesday night with three others (not pennies)

On a Tuesday evening Montpelier seemed pretty dead, but the people that were out where at the Three Penny Taproom enjoying a bevy, chatting, or watching the hockey games that were on (though this isn't a sports bar by any means, thankfully)

For such a small town there is a great vibe in here, where people are very friendly (like most of Vermont), enjoy just hanging out and chatting, enjoy a good beer and small town life. This bar seems to get a wide mix of people from early 20 somethings to older business/government men and women, which makes for a nice mix.

Service was very good considering on a Tuesday night there was just one guy tending the entire bar...I don't think he stood still for more than 30 secs the entire time we were there...

Was only slightly disappointed that they didn't have all the beers I was hoping to try from Lawsons and HF, but I guess these are hit and miss and go very quickly, though I can't complain having the opportunity to try a few of them, and they have a pretty good selection of other Vermont, East Coast, West Coast and the occasional Quebec Beer too (being from Montreal I wasn't that excited by it, but good to see it as an option!) Prices seemed reasonable ranging from 5-8$ on average for a pint (or smaller, depending on what you ordered...)

If you're passing through the area, or looking for a town to spend the night in Vermont I highly recommend checking out this place, and Montpelier is a great little town as well.

Photo of MThiele360
4.88/5  rDev +5.2%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I often make the trip to Three Penny Taproom as it's the closest place I can go for my Hill Farmstead and Lawson's fix coming from southern New Hampshire.

The atmosphere here can depend on when you visit. If you walk in on a Friday or Saturday night, you might find the bar area packed like sardines which isn't the ideal situation for enjoying the high quality beers they serve. There's probably 25-30 seats in the bar area but not much space otherwise. They've also expanded in the past year and there is now a proper restaurant setup in the adjoining room. If you have the chance to sit down at the bar here and enjoy a beer, it might be my favorite beer bar in Vermont.

Service is great. Even when I've been in there on a packed weekend night, I've had no trouble getting a beer. Bartenders and staff are very friendly and accommodating. I once ordered a HF Ephraim which kicked just as the bartender was finishing off the pour - she gave it to me for free.

Selection is obviously amazing. You'll almost always find Hill Farmstead and Lawson's, as well as Zero Gravity and other Vermont breweries. Other regional crafts like Allagash, Southern Tier and Smuttynose as well as some imports usually round out the list. The draft list might be the best in Vermont, even better than anywhere in Burlington or Waterbury.

Food is very good but be wary of the portions. The "single" hamburger is not a regular sized single-patty hamburger, it's essentially a mini-burger. If you're looking for a meal, order the double. They also offer brunch on weekends now.

Photo of orangesol
4.5/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

**Recent visits have proven better than in the past. The food menu has greatly improved with more options yet remains high quality. Bumping it up .25**

Decided to stop in here for lunch before heading up to Hill Farmstead for the night. Atmosphere was very laid back, a few people at the bar watching TV and talking amongst themselves about all things beer. Quality seemed to be pretty high across the board. My beers were all served in the correct glasses and my burger was made with top notch ingredients. My bartender was awesome. We talked about beer and my impending trip to Hill Farmstead and he even gave me some stickers when I was getting ready to leave.

The selection was great. All kinds of local beers to go along with a few national offerings. Plenty of Hill Farmstead and Lawson's on which is always welcome in my book. Since I went here for lunch I decided to go with the single burger, which I added bacon to. While my burger tasted great and was cooked to perfection I was a little dissapointed in its size. For $9 + $3! for bacon I was expecting to get my moneys worth. I can get a half pound bacon cheese burger that tastes just as good for $7 around here, a capital city just like Montpelier...Overall a really awesome beer bar that I will definitely return to when I am in the area.

Photo of JohnD
4.68/5  rDev +0.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

TPT simply has the best beer selection in Vermont . The staff is knowledgeable, friendly yet unobtrusive. A list of great local brews of all styles is frequently updated, making a strong case for Vermont being one of the leading beer destinations in the US. A wide selection of quality out-of-state and international beers are always available. Saison Dupont on tap - it doesn't get any better than this! Also noteworthy is a delicious and inventive menu using fresh meats, cheeses, vegetables and bread that are exquisitely matched to drinking beer. If you're headed north through Vermont, don't miss TPT in Montpelier, the State's capital.

Photo of vonnegut21
4.84/5  rDev +4.3%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4.75

Well, I guess I'm going to have to be the good guy.

The atmosphere is the least impressive aspect of the Three Penny Taproom. There's pretty much your standard collection of beer memorabilia on the walls, 15 person bar, and a wall-mounted table on the opposite wall to rest your beer on. It's a pretty standard classy/casual bar, a very comfortable space. I only make note of it because it's the only less than amazing aspect of the establishment.

The tap selection was excellent. Hill Farmstead: Edward, What is Enlightenment, Birth of Tragedy, Florence and one other that escapes me. KBS was on tap. Wheat is the New Hops was on tap. JP Madrugada Obscura and Oro de Calabaza. And many more. No complaints here. Only that it was too hard to make up my mind.

The prices are high, but you get what you pay for. The service was prompt and friendly. Not all of the bartenders are super knowledgeable about beer, but were helpful and so were the fellow patrons. If you happen to get Scott behind the bar, consider yourself lucky. A beer encyclopedia and an all-around cool guy to chat with.

Overall, and excellent stop if you're in Montpelier. Also seemed to be the unofficial post-Hill Farmstead release gathering spot, so if you're making the pilgrimage up to see Shaun, be sure to stop in here afterward.

In summary, I wish I lived closer to this place.

Photo of Rifugium
3.13/5  rDev -32.5%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 1.5

Well, I guess I'm going to have to be the bad guy.

I see this place advertised in beer magazines and on beer sites everywhere, so I figured it either has to be really good, or profitable enough to be able to afford all the advertising. My first impression: the first statement is not true, and the second is seemingly and strangely probably not true either.

I like to visit VT about once a year, but on my last visit, I decided to really start getting out there, so to speak, going beyond the normal places I'm accustomed to, and stop limiting myself to Waterbury and Burlington--fine cities that I love, of course. But now that I've visited Montpelier, I really think I have to say, it has nothing to offer, and that includes the Three Penny Taproom.

The place is small, and that's fine, I like intimacy. The bar seats about 10-15 and there's a few seats along the wall. Decor is simple, layout is non-flashy, with general breweriana on the walls, and the bar itself nestled in a line of old rowhome-type shops, giving it an antique feel. Really I just get an overall cheap and generic vibe from the place, like it's the "little beer bar that couldn't." On the plus side, the tap list was decent. A good number of beers to choose from, with local favorites Lawson's and Hill Farmstead making appearances, and typical craft selections like Stone, etc. The bartender was definitely friendly, and prices were not bad. Maybe if the place had good kitchen capabilities, my opinion would change, but the food menu was tiny, overpriced, and pretty awful. Word to the wise: when it comes to having lots of craft beer on tap, the wary consumer/critic such as myself--if expected to stick around and give the establishment business--will require some alcohol-diluting nosh, or else he will take said business elsewhere. I did get a drink out of courtesy, but after a minute or so, my wife started giving me the "let's get the flying @#*& out of here now" look, and I knew it was time to chug the beer and go.

Again, maybe I'm not being totally fair; looking at it from a local viewpoint, you really can't beat the selection. But as a visitor / beer-bar-seeker-outer, I just have to say, I was not impressed. And for the amount this place is advertised, I can safely say, it is not worth going out of the way for. So essentially, in summation, this place may be good for a local joint, but a beer destination it is surely not. Once was more than enough: I'll never go back to this place.

Photo of Digimaika2
4.3/5  rDev -7.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Was in Montpelier for a weekday afternoon back in mid-July 2011, and decided to stop in after hearing good things.

Long and narrow room with an equally long bar that reminded me of an old barbershop for whatever reason. Pretty packed for a weekday afternoon but we managed to find two free stools against the wall. Atmosphere gave out a pretty good vibe with a relaxed and laid back feel. Bartenders were pleasant and efficient from what I remember.

Impressive tap list with quality local VT selections, popular and more rarer american offerings, and great belgian selections. Definitely had more harder-to-find offerings, especially for the area, which really made this place stand out for me. Prices seemed in-line with a more rarer product line for the area.

If I lived in Montpelier I would be at this place frequently - Great little gem in central Vermont.

Photo of WanderingFool
4.36/5  rDev -6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Went to Montpelier recently to visit some friends and grabbed a couple of beers at the Three Penny Taproom.

The night we were there wasn't too crowded and we found some stools on the back wall. The bar is a long rectangular room with the stools along the wall and bar. Plenty of standing room and no loud music or TV drowning out conversations.

Near the front of the bar is a large chalkboard with the various tap offerings. It took a couple minutes to read all they had and make a decision on one of the delicious beers. The night I was there they had some Hill Farmstead Edward and James, Stone 15th Anniversary and a Belgian Sour (forget which one) on tap. Three Penny also has an IPA specially brewed for the bar at the Shed in Stowe.

Prices were fair for what we got. We were buying rounds so it was hard to tell if some pints cost more than others. Overall though we felt prices were similar to other locations.

The service was great. The bartender knew his beer and offered us additional pints when our glass started to run low.

We didn't get any food, but our friends say Three Penny only has some snack items on the menu.

Overall, we had a great time at Three Penny. They have an incredible tap selection with clean lines and properly poured beers in the correct serving glass. Unfortunately their bottle collection was destroyed in hurricane Irene. I'm looking forward to my next visit to Montpelier and a stop at Three Penny.

Photo of rfgetz
4.33/5  rDev -6.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Lunchtime on a Tuesday strolling around a relatively quiet capital city waiting for the bar to open. Around 1pm, we enter with only 2 other customers at the bar. The old storefront and interior make it feel like an old time lunch counter, but the beer decor and taps tell a different story.

Each of the 24 selections are written on a chalkboard and range from great locals like Hill Farmstead and the Shed, to more known American and European crafts. Bottle list is no more after they lost a bunch of stock in a basement flood.

Food menu is minimalist but features great local sourced meat, cheese and produce. We had their fancied up grilled cheese with fried cheddar and an awesome pork belly sandwich. Service was friendly and welcoming like no other place I have visited recently.

This place is a gem of an establishment on all fronts and should not be missed when visiting Vermont.

Photo of Chincino
4.55/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I had been very excited to visit the Three Penny Taproom in Montpelier, Vermont after all the good things I'd heard about it and I was not disappointed. This place is a hidden gem in Montpelier. It is located in a little strip next to a bookstore and I wonder if you'd notice it if you weren't looking for it.

The place is small and cozy and has a very welcoming atmosphere. It was filled with tourists such as ourselves and locals alike and was busy even at noontime on a Thursday afternoon. The place's decor included several bottles of rare beer and German Steins went across the top shelf by the door so there was plenty to look at. The place had games to offer if you feel like playing a game with your companions while having some beers.

The service was excellent and our bartender was very helpful and knowledgable about the beers.

The beer selection was very good and there were some rare beers on tap. I was able to try some Hill Farmstead beers including Abner and Edward and I also had a Saison from Sierra Nevada. This bar had Saison Dupont on tap as well.

We split a couple of appetizers and they were good. Everything was reasonably priced.

Great beer bar and I hope to go back again someday!

Photo of dragonWhale
4.2/5  rDev -9.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Sauntered on down to the spot for tacos and delicious beers. Glad to see these guys essentially not breaking stride after getting the basement flooded earlier this year. The tacos were awesomely delicious. The bartenders were friendly with us as well as many of the other peoples. Not being very demanding on this trip, it was cool to just see how they interacting with their base. Bought a disc, a couple HF beers, some tacos, and just had a great mid-afternoon type of time with some good folks. The rest of the 20 or so taps besides the Hill Farmstead and the Shed/3P IPA was quite respectable. Big fan, looking forward to making it back there.

Photo of mpwdoyle
4.8/5  rDev +3.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

A whole lot of good beer packed in a very, very small bar. The Three Penny Taproom is small to me, but seems to fit in well with Montpelier (smallest capital in the US). Three Penny had several Hill Farmstead taps and other New England locals available. Prices seemed to be very reasonable. While I didn't see it anywhere in the open, they do carry cans of Heady Topper. Just ask for it, it's in the back!

If I ever get the pleasure of returning to Montpelier, I'll definitely come back to the Three Penny Taproom.

Photo of tigg924
4.55/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Finally got a chance to visit the Three Penny Taproom and now understand the hype. They are located in the middle of Montpelier. I went for lunch and the atmosphere was relaxed. There is a lot of beer memorabilia on the wall but it is a simplistic old time bar that stretches down the wall one side. Then there are stools and another flat table along the other wall. Very pleasant space. The service is amazing. Very friendly bar keep and kitchen staff. I had my two year old with me and they were super helpful to her which I appreciate. The food here is amazing and the salad was scrumptious. Why you come here though is the huge selection of beer. Something like 30 premium taps. There is a sign on the wall that states that they proudly do not serve and Budweiser products. They have three Hill Farmstead taps, so if you are in Vermont on a day when Hill is not open, stop here. Lots of Belgian offerings on tap too…and the prices are reasonable. I would stop here again in a heartbeat. I would live here if I was in the area. One of the nation’s best bars.

Photo of FightingEntropy
4.65/5  rDev +0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This stop was one of my best missteps ever. After doing the very touristy but interesting tour of Ben and Jerry's down the road in Waterbury, we tried to hit the Alchemist in town--not open until 3 or 4 pm. Without daylight burning we continued down the road and I used BA to find the next closest pub or bar for lunch--Three Penny Taproom sounded familiar (could be the monthly ad in BA mag, I guess), so we stopped.

Started with a DFH Burton Baton, and then went local with Hill Farmstead's Everett and Double Galaxy. Not bad for a lunch stop (thanks to my wife driving instead of drinking). Really would've been nice had our hotel been here overnight instead of the next stop. Oh well. Next time.

For lunch, we had a simple but amazing cheddar cheese sandwich, which may be the best cheese sandwich I've ever had. Just a spectacular fresh taste and done perfectly. Spent the rest of the trip lusting over local cheddar and never matched it.

If near (or not so near), stop. Next time I'm in Vermont, this is home base. And, all of this goodness is in spite of suffering a recent flood and rebuilding their bottle stock and business. Good luck to a truly great place in recovering from this set back.

Photo of djoucy
4.38/5  rDev -5.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I've been there with a few friends when passing through Vermont. We've stopped towards the end of the afternoon and there was already a fair amount of people in there.

I got one of their sandwich (pork) which was quite good. Their draft selection was respectable with many beers from outside of Vermont. They also hold a good local selection, including Hill Farmstead.

Service was great, the bartender was very chatty and it was interesting to discuss with him.

We sadly had to leave early but I would go back to this place anytime.

Photo of Chowdahead
4.16/5  rDev -10.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Had a two day business trip to Burlington and stopped in to grab a beer and check this place out on the drive over from Maine. Located right in downtown Montpelier, the bar was small but not too small with a few small tables up front.

Overall selection was nice with about 25 taps and more in bottles. I was there to sample some Hill Farmstead offerings and they did not disappoint with three different Hill Farmstead beers on draft (best selection of HF I found that week in VT outside of the HF brewery). The rest of the draft selections were solid but didn't blow me away but then again I'm used to Lion's Pride, Novare and Ebenezer's in Maine so I'm pretty spoiled.

Service was good, clientele seemed very laid back and every seat at the bar was taken despite the fact that it was a Monday afternoon.

Wish I had more time here but had to continue on my way to Burlington. Overall a very cool, VT beer bar that I would recommend to anyone in the area.

Photo of berley31
4.83/5  rDev +4.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Recently made a pilgrimage here for three nights with my wife... we told ourselves that we were also going to Vermont for the skiing, but let's be honest here... it was for the beer.

The Three Penny is small, as other reviews have stated, but in a nice, welcoming, cozy way. It can get crowded at times, but I never felt at all claustrophobic or bounced around.

The tap list is fantastic... a perfect balance of locals (discovering Hill Farmstead on this trip was definitely one of the highlights), other Americans, plus imports from Belgium, Germany, and beyond.

The food menu changes daily. It could be several cheeses, a couple of sandwiches, and pistachios one day, and then tacos and the like another. Great, local ingredients make for some extremely tasty food that doesn't overfill.

But, the one area where this place really stands out is the service. I have never been to a bar where every single person I made contact with that worked there was so GENUINELY nice. Scott, Kevin, Matt and Wes are fantastic guys who are extremely passionate about what they do. You really couldn't ask for a nicer set of people.

It was depressing to leave after that third night. I wish this was my neighborhood bar! Well worth the 7.5+ hour drive... we will definitely be back.

Photo of sholland119
4.45/5  rDev -4.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This is our kind of place, and should be your kind of place too.

We stopped in here after a lovely visit to the Montpelier Farmers' Market (Lawson's beer and great artisan cheese; how can you go wrong there?). Had to kill an hour or so since opening time on Saturday is 1pm (my only complaint) but the wait was well worth it.

The place looks like a converted luncheonette, though I am pretty sure it was a retail store in its most recent life. A long L-shaped bar on the right with a line of stools and a bar rail on the left. Very appealing and warm (in the welcoming sense; the staff had forgotten to turn on the heat so it was about 60 degrees when we arrived), we loved this place from the start.

The tap list is incredible. Had we been staying in town, rather than heading off to Maine, this would have been a long, long visit. 24 taps, all high quality, no bottles but who needs them with this tap list. Shed, Hill Farmstead, Cisco, you get the idea.

Food menu was small but inspired, featuring Vermont cheeses and stuff like cured jowl. Fun.

The highlight was meeting two of the owners (Scott and Matt(?) who were hanging out watching soccer. they were great, entertaining hosts.

Can't wait to stop back. What are you waiting for?

HV

Photo of GatheringBrews
4.58/5  rDev -1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

Love this place. Dropped by on our way through town with a friend visiting from Washington, DC, and he enjoyed it, too.

Scott is a fantastic beer host at the taps, guiding us through a selection of beers with which we weren't familiar, smoothly and politely, all while clearly showing a passion and knowledge of beer.

It's a tidy little place right on the main drag in Montpelier and it has a nice, homey feel. Very comfortable atmosphere that seemed like a mix of locals and visitors. Loads of good stuff on tap, and good rotation.

Photo of Billolick
4.36/5  rDev -6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Finally made it to this Vermont "must visit" good beer hot spot, after what seems like about a half dozen recent visits to the Burlington general area. Simple set up, medium sized rectangular room. Bar to the right, a row of chairs along the wall to the left. That's pretty much it. Crunchy/friendly/down home/no frills Vermont feel/athmosphere

The draw is the beer. 24 taps and a mess of quality bottles. Hill Farmstead, Allagash, Shed, Trap, Omme, Sierra Nev. and a heap of other quality options. Loved the vibe, wish I could have stayed longer, wish I lived closer, I'm a regular here, no doubt, if a local...what higher praise is there?

Photo of coachdonovan
4.05/5  rDev -12.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Stopped in shortly after they opened on a Saturday afternoon in early January. Doesn't look like much from the outside, as the the storefront just blends in with the other businesses on Main Street. Inside though, is a friendly local bar with not many frills but plenty of good beer.

Seating is bar stools only, both at the bar and around the outside of the one room. Breweriana (mostly new stuff) all around. Good music playing on the iPod; there is one TV. Taps listed on the large chalkboard included three from Hill Farmstead (Riwaka, Edward, Anna) and lots of others from VT. Beer list was a little too heavy on the Belgians/style for my taste, and aside from the HF I didn't really see anything that's hard to find elsewhere. Half-pints are available.

We'd planned to have lunch here so we were a little disappointed with the size of the menu, but actually the food was very good. There are just a few simple sandwiches along with cheese and/or charcuterie plates. We both really liked our sandwiches (ham&cheese, brie&apple) but you might be better off just snacking here and eating somewhere else before/after.

The sandwiches were just under $10; not bad but they don't come with fries or anything on the side. Our total was $45 for two sandwiches and four beers.

Three Penny Taproom in Montpelier, VT
100 out of 100 based on 124 ratings.