Hinesburgh Public House
Taps: 12 / Bottles: 20
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 3 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by youbrewidrink:
4.15/5 rDev +4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
Hinesburgh Public House is not a beer geek destination. That being sad, it is a great place to go to enjoy great local food, unhearlded local brews, great regional & national beers.
You can usually find beers on tap from Fiddlehead, Drop In Brewing, Switchback, Sixpoint, Ballast Point and others. There are 12 taps a small but tasty bottle and can list. Drafts are reasonable Fiddlehead IPA's was $4 a pint and Sculpin was only $5. Plenty of wine & cocktails.
The local food is a main focus here. Every night they offer something different braised, the last time it was short ribs on garlic polenta,mmm! Plenty of burgers, beef, salmon, turkey & veg. Their perch finger appitizers were very tasty. As local resturaunts go, the prices really are not bad, pretty reasonable.
Service has been prompt and friend. This place just openned in December of 2012 and you already need to make reservations, even on week nights.
I'm loving the fact that in the summer it's close enough for me to be able to walk to.
02-02-2013 17:46:03 | More by youbrewidrink
More User Reviews:
4.83/5 rDev +21.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
As previously stated, the Hinesburgh Public House (HPH) is not a beer geek destination, but only if you're looking for 100 taps because it does have a great variety which is constantly changing. Since opening in December of 2012, it has had countless micro-brews flow into the restaurant. One of the best qualities of HPH is that they only keep four local beers on tap year round. Some of the most popular beers in Vermont is what you'll find including Switchback Ale, Fiddlehead IPA, Drop-In Brewery's Sunshine & Hoppiness and the up and coming hard cider phenom, Citizen Cider with their Unified Press. With constant rotating taps, HPH keeps their LOCAL beer geeks returning with eagerness to try the next rotation of craft brews.
Some of the most recent crafts from out of state that found their way into HPH include Green Flash Brewing's West Coast IPA and Double Stout, Ballast Point Sculpin, Six Point's Sweet Action, and Lagunitas' Undercover Investigation Shutdown Ale. With constant rotating amazing beers from outside Vermont, HPH also does an amazing job keeping their local brewers in mind with brews ranging from Drop-In Brewery, Fiddlehead Brewery, and the newest collaboration between Otter Creek Brewing and Lawson's Finest Liquids called Double Dose, which is a Double IPA full of flavor and hops!
Along with these fantastic beers is a great selection of wines and house infused liquors which the bartenders create themselves. If you're sitting at the bar, you better hope Renee is behind it, because she knows her sh*t! But if you're dining in with the family, ask for Sara, she's the best server they have, hands down!
Needless to say, if you're looking for a great restaurant with amazing farm-to-table cuisine, a great selection of local and non-local craft draughts, and some great service, the Hinesburgh Public House is the new hot spot in Hinesburg you must try!
10-05-2013 23:55:41 | More by David-Plankey
Hinesburgh Public House in Hinesburg, VT
- out of 100 based on 3 ratings.