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Zero Gravity Craft Brewery / American Flatbread

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Zero Gravity Craft Brewery / American FlatbreadZero Gravity Craft Brewery / American Flatbread
BEER AVG
3.88/5
Based on:
76 Beers
241 Reviews
Place Score: 96
Reviews: 100
Visits: 203
rAvg: 4.32
pDev: n/a
Taps: 19
Bottles: 80
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

115 Saint Paul St
Burlington, Vermont, 05401-8411
United States
phone: (802) 861-2999

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Photo of liquidlife
5/5  rDev +15.7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

What can I say, I LOVE THIS PLACE. I have been to many brew pubs and have had amazing beers at most of them but it is rare that I have had a beer here that at worst I can rank very good. The balance of beers styles and as well they show other great beers from local breweries and from around the world. The atmosphere and food is outstanding as well, there's nothing like having great beer and being able to have food that is equally as good. As the last person said, if your within an hour distance you should make it a point to get there. This place is a must visit. (568 characters)

Photo of laurastradford
5/5  rDev +15.7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I had a perfect lunch here with my friends. This was part of our VT brewery tour and is one of our favorite memories. We waited about 10 min to get a table outside. Perfect 75 degrees with a table in the shade. We ordered two flatbreads to share. One being the special for the day. We LOVED them and ate every last bit. The beer was also delicious. I guess my one complaint would be that they do not offer a sampler. I had the Burl N'Wol since I usually love all sour beers, unfortunately this one just wasn't my cup of tea. Something just wasn't matching with my tastebuds. I stole some of my friends Citizen cider which was awesome. My other friend ordered the Afternooner and could not smiling about the perfection of the moment. We had a great time and the servers were very friendly and hepful. (799 characters)

Photo of adirondack88
5/5  rDev +15.7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

American Flatbread is awesome. My wife and I frequent this place fairly often. We have never had a bad experience. The bartenders have a great knowledge of the beers that they offer. The selection is wide and varied. My wife is more of a wine person and they also have a great selection of wines and have always been knowledgeable about what they offer. The food is very, very good and the New Vermont Sausage pizza is to die for.
I highly recommend this restaurant with the best beers on tap in Burlington. (508 characters)

Photo of jwc215
4.94/5  rDev +14.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

Went here the day after attending the Vermont Brewers Festival. Very clean, well-lit establishment. Upon entering, there is a bar area on the right and a dining area, including a fireplace on the left. There is an outdoor area as well. This place is all about variety/accomodation to different styles...a variety of music was playing.

There is also a large variety of beers. Ten of their beers were on-tap with a large variety of styles. Also, a handful or so of guest taps extended the selection. There's an extensive list of bottles of craft and imports. You're sure to find a style that fits you here.
No standard sampler is offered, but the bartender freely and enthusiastically offered samples in wine glasses. Very friendly, efficient service. The bartenders were knowledgeable about the beers.

The beers were very true-to-style and varied. Most were very tasty beers. This is certainly worth checking out and would be a regular place to go if I lived in the area. Excellent! (988 characters)

Photo of BeerMaverick
4.83/5  rDev +11.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This place was fantastic overall. I went at 3 pm and no one was there, but found out that they don't start serving food until 5 pm, so my girlfriend and I went to the VT pub and brewery across the street for appetizers. Went back at 5 and it was very crowded, but we were able to get a table within 15 minutes.

The Beer - Very good selection of Zero Gravity brews and other micros. I had the TLA IPA on cask and it was pretty good...more on the sweet citrusy side for an IPA and looked similar to a Belgian in appearance. I also had the Narconaut Black IPA which was very good...pretty much what you would expect for this style of beer. Slightly smokey, but the hops were definitely there.

The Food - We had the Revolution Flatbread Pizza...absolutely wonderful if you like mushrooms. The make and cook the pizza in their stone fireplace right in front of you and it's fabulous...a must if you're in the area. (911 characters)

Photo of Hautacam
4.83/5  rDev +11.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

My girlfriend and I were staying in Burlington and were so impressed with our visit to Flatbread that we came back three nights in a row...twice for dinner and the third time just for drinks.
We spent most of our time in the very cool brick courtyard where , even though it is outdoors, doesn't allow smoking....we liked that a lot.
The pizzas were awesome...made with locally produced ingredients, like suasages, bacon , and veggies. The wait staff and bartenders were freindly and knowledgable and were generous and patient with samples. We liked that too.
The beers, from the Helles lager to the IPAs and Belgians were fantastic ! We both thought that the Belgian Dubbel was unbelievable. I loved the Saison. And for guest taps...BBC Lost Sailor on cask ! Ommegang Rouse Sour.... Not bad.
We both agreed that this is THE place for great food and beer in VT.

Update 8/09
Spent a week in Burlington and hit Flatbread 4 nights...should have gone more often....I blame that on the Alchemist. Once again, or , four more times again and again, we are SO impressed with the food,beer, atmosphere and staff. (1,103 characters)

Photo of youbrewidrink
4.83/5  rDev +11.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

This place is no new kid on the block when it comes to beer, the location was once home to a Carburs(around the world with beer). Flatbread has kept the tradition strong with an awesome selection of local and not so local beers.

I'm sure these guys are behind getting alot of quality beers imported to Vermont, so they can sell them.

The house brand of Zero Gravity beers are great and match well with their food offerings.

I particularly enjoy their salad with either local chevre or blue cheese crumbled on it. The flatbreads are awesome, but everyone else talks about them. It's all about the salad, man.

American Flatbread Hearth/Zero Gravity is must do. (662 characters)

Photo of Ivanhoes_Backpack
4.81/5  rDev +11.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 5

It's been a year since I've been here, but I wrote this review shortly after coming here.

Wood-fire pizza, aka flatbread... wow! Some of the best I've had. Not only that, but Zero-gravity brewing which is attached to the restaurant had an excellent selection of beers. They had a biere de garde, a style I'd never tried before that, and it was undoubtedly one of the best beers I've ever had (I've probably tried close to 500 different beers). The atmosphere was almost a little bit medieval, what with all the bricks and wood oven, tall ceilings and big open room, and it was nice to see all the food being made fresh out in the open. We were seated at the table closest the oven, and it was hot, but we could stand it. The servers were helpful and we didn't have to wait long, even though the place was full. Burlington is a fascinating city to me, and this place cemented it as a real gem. One of the best meals/beers I've had all year. (941 characters)

Photo of jjboesen
4.8/5  rDev +11.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

If you read my review for Vermont Pub & Brewery, then you already know that American Flatbread is the obvious next stop. Just a few steps brings you to the front door of this very nice establishment, in reality a pizzeria that serves eight house beers and ten guest beers, many being Vermont craft brews. They also have an impressive selection of international beers in bottles.

Once inside this interesting looking building is a small bar on the right, beyond which is an old-fashioned wood stove (the smell of burning wood permeates the place), and dining room to the left; pass through the brick archway to another dining room.

Having recently lunched at Vermont Pub & Brewery, I missed the chance to sample the very tempting and tantalizing (Is there a difference?) pizza; however, I was tempted and tantalized by the excellent beers served efficiently for $3.75 a pint. My choices were the T.L.A. American IPA and an incredible Farmhouse Ale Saisson.

American Flatbread should be part of any Burlington (or Vermont) pubcrawl. There is another location in Middlebury, but the hours are weird so check ahead.

Updated 11/17/09: Just returned from a vacation in Vermont where I had another opportunity (or opportunities - I went twice) to stop by; nothing has changed; it is a great place to visit, drink great beer and dine on delicious flatbread pizza. If one had to choose one place in Burlington, this is it. (1,417 characters)

Photo of sraimondi
4.78/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

I had heard so much about this place, but had never been there before on my numerous auto treks to Montreal. I made sure that I made it there on my driving to/from Montreal last week. There was also a bonus as a cask fest began on Weds. night and I was able to pop in for same.

The place is deceptively big, as there are 2 large rooms, with the bar being on the right side of the room you enter. They also have some outdoor seating in their alley way. High ceilings and the bar looks very Irish Pubby. A clean look. The brew house is in the rear, which you pass on the way to the restrooms.

On my Monday night visit, Kirstin (sp??), was the bartender and she was a real plus to the overall experience. She gave me many sample offerings and provided answers to all of the questions I had pertaining to their own brews. A very nice young woman who is obviously a beer maven herself.

On to the beers, the draughts running that night were:

Their own "Zero Gravity Beers"

Christina Pils--a light crisp German lager
Mr. Black--schwarzbier
FruhFest-- a warm weather marzen
D'Kinna Bock--strong, malty lager
T.L.A. India Pale Ale--hoppy, bitter amber ale

Guest taps:

Allagash White
Celebrator
DFH 60 Minutes
Gritty"s Pub Ale, Leffe Blonde
Magic Hat Belgian Wit
Murphy's Stout
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Rock Art America Red
Rodenbach Red
Sierra Nevada Porter
Smuttynose IPA

On cask was their own Villier's ESB and Rock Art IPA on Monday. On Wedsnesday they also had Otter Creek Otter Kilter Scotch Ale.

They also have an impressive bottle list with lotsa Belgian's represented.

I tried most of the Zero Gravity stuff and some of the other guest taps. My favorite ZG beers were their FruhFest, which was indeed a lighter bodied marzen, the Villier's ESB and D'Kinna Bock, all very nice. See separate reviews.

This is one of the best beer places I have been to in North America. I will be sure to get back here when I am driving through in July and August.

If you have not yet been there, get there. (2,032 characters)

Photo of SurlyDuff
4.75/5  rDev +10%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Visiting Burlington? Make this the one place you go. Hands down. Unfortunately this place is incredibly popular (for good reason), so don't expect to get a table anytime soon.

Their house-brewed beer is great, but they've also got a plethora of other local brews. The week we were there they had like 6 Stone beers as a special promotion. Damn, why couldn't they do a brewery that I'm not inundated with in Oregon!

We decided to get a table, so 40 minutes and 2 pints each later, we had our table, close to the pizza oven. We shared a salad and got 2 pizzas to pick at. Utterly delicious, all of it. Service, while the place was packed, was friendly and attentive to us. Even though our waitress was running around like crazy, she seemed calm and patient while taking our orders and asking how our food was, not annoyed when we asked questions on sharing pizzas and such.
An American Flatbread is going into Portland Ore in early 2010, can't fucking wait! (960 characters)

Photo of Rudgers73
4.72/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Wen to this place Friday night for dinner while visiting a friend. This was my first time in VT and my initial thought was that it was a pretty cool state. Burlington is a fun little town and the people are all friendly. I will be going back this summer to camp and to check out Magic Hat (which was shut down for the month for upgrades).

The bar area here was crowded (and always is from what I hear). They have about 10 taps and 2 cask ales at a time. The bottle list is extensive and has great thing on it like Saison DuPont, Orval, Dogfish Head (quite a few), Jolly Pumpkin, Unibroue, Samual Smiths, Ayinger, Stone, etc. I had two of their own beers, Dwayne's Dunkel and thought it was pretty good. I also had a cask IPA called Captain Ron that was well balanced.

The menu was simple, yet it had something for everyone. One of my guests was vegan and it was simple for her to find exactly what she wanted off of the extremely descriptive menu full of organic, locally supplied menu items. All of the food is cooked in a huge clay hearth in the back corner. I had a sausage, onion, swiss, and herb flatbread and it was awesome.

The service was friendly, quick, and painless and it wasn't too expensive (especially for being right in the heart of "downtown".

I would definietly go back. (1,293 characters)

Photo of slander
4.68/5  rDev +8.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Seems like we'd been driving around visiting brewpubs all damn day. The day's sun's done, we're finally up North. A pop into the hotel for a quick change (read: nap), and then we're Burlington bound for mischief. I'm sure we can find something to do, somewhere to go. Hell, there's 3 brewpubs in a 2 block radius, it's like I'm being called out...
Upon entering, you're greeted by banners describing the 5 facets of food (Hunger, Nature, Flavor, Nourish, Heal). Very enlightening. 7 tables in the front nook below the panel windows looking out towards the park, and a 12 seat "L" shaped bar with a large mirror backed wood unit beyond that. An adjacent bar counter sits in the middle of the room. On the other side of it lies a handful of long tables, and to the rear, an unused brick hearth in the corner (a Jazz quintet was playing in front of it the next night). Big brick walls, pressed tin ceiling, duct work, drop lighting over the bar & tables (Vice President Zwerver says, "They've got the coolest lighting fixtures"), big ol' sunflowers in the vase on the counter, colored pieces of cloth strung on a line overhead with statements about this and that written on them, De Dolle posters on the back wall (Stille Nacht, Ara Bier, & the uncanny Randy likeness OerBier), and the tap selections printed on a large blackboard on the wall to the right of the bar.
A large brick archway leads you into the side dining room, a space with about a dozen and a half tables & booths. The walls carry large food themed tapestries (Organic Garlic, Tomatoes, Extra Virgin Olive Oil). A large brick hearth holds the rear corner before the kitchen area.
Dave Broderick was good enough, no... great enough, to buy us a couple of flatbread pizzas, one all veggied out for Peggy & Baker, and the other for us carnivores. The pepperoni & pepper pie kicked ass, seriously, and I'm a New Haven pizza junkie, so if I'm saying it, you know it's on the up and up. And Peggy claims, "They have the best salads".
The beer scene here is maddening. 18 taps (6 house brews and a dozen guest taps), 4 hand pumps, and a mean bottle collection. Starting with the house beers, Paul's Pils was sublime, the Extra Stout smooth & roasty, the Session Brown Ale well sessionable, the TLA IPA wonderfully hoppy, and I don't think I got to the Summer Bock and Villier's ESB). The dozen guest taps were a great mix of local (Magic Hat Dunkel, McNeill's Impy, Switchback Unfiltered Ale, Trout River Rainbow Ale, Wolaver Wit, Long Trail Double Bag), regional (Smutty IPA, Allagash Grand Cru, Harpoon IPA), and imports (Saison DuPont, Salopian Entire Butt Porter, Mahr's Reserve). The 4 hand pumps (Adnams Tally Ho Barleywine, Otter Creek Alpine Ale, Rock Art Ridge Runner, Shed Mountain Ale).
Food was outstanding (Woofed a whole lot of flatbread pizza the next day at the VT Brewer's Fest, where they set up shop with a giant hearth out there. It was on a platform, bricked and then muddied up, the thing looked like a giant hornets nest but damn if it didn't crank out some serious pizza). House beers were damn good and the guest taps are tempting, although you really want to run with the house beers. Paul Sayler is a wonderful host, and has got himself a great little place up there. (3,259 characters)

Photo of silver1audi
4.63/5  rDev +7.2%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Probably the best beer selection in Burlington. The house zero gravity beers are all pretty good and about 15 other beers on tap and numerous bottles. Had the house schwarz which was good and a SNCA. I could have spent the entire night with their beer menu. the only macro was red stripe. flatbreads are awesome... something about the cheese is incredible. great atmosphere.

If you're a BA and in Burlington and can only go to one place, skip everywhere else and go here. go on a weeknight if you want to avoid a crowd. (522 characters)

Photo of TroyS62
4.54/5  rDev +5.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.75

Great flat breads with plenty of toppings, nice and fresh. Zero Gravity Conehead Wheat IPA was very good. I will definitely drink again it was very drinkable. The restaurant has a great feel to it. Good atmosphere and wait staff. We have been there often and always have a good time. (283 characters)

Photo of TheRowan
4.53/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Thank you American Flatbread/Zero Gravity Brewery! I have tasted some of the best beers from around the world because of this place and their extensive beer menu. It is like being a kid in a candy shop every time i sit down at the bar. Most of the bar staff really know what they are talking about and take the time to explain what you are drinking and why it is the way it is. The food is very well paired with the beers and the atmosphere is great. Sitting outside on the patio in the summer is an ideal place to socialize and drink tasty beers.
The in house selections are just as good as the "Beers from Beyond, which are changing weekly to offer a good mix. The best times to go are early evening or late night. The event nights are always a full house and a great time had by all. Hopefully beers togo/growlers will be coming soon so i can enjoy these beers all the time! (878 characters)

Photo of SFLpunk
4.53/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

As far as I'm concerned, if you're in town for the night and are looking for somewhere to have a great brew, some nice food and chat with some folks about beer, life, love or philosophy, Flatbread is your place. The staff is friendly and know about the beers on tap. The list is always changing, and there are a variety of offerings from both in-house and "from beyond." Jeff (Bar manager) and Paul (Head brewer) have done a lot to create the best possible beer bar, with the largest list in the area and the a great collection of rare whiskies and other fine spirits.

Paul is an incredibly talented brewery and never ceases to amaze me with his ability to brew a wide range of styles (English, Begian, German, etc) and nail it every time. He is very to true style but he is not afraid to experiment. Some brewpubs brew beers that cater to the "casual public," and although you will find a couple "session ales" on the list, there is sure to be a beer style up on the board that you've never had before. My favorite beer bar, bar none. (1,036 characters)

Photo of scottg
4.53/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Flatbread is my favorite of the three brewpubs in downtown Burlington. The quality of the beers and food is exceptional. They believe in the concept of "keep it simple stupid." There menu consists of one salad with one dressing that you can add local blue cheese or local goat cheese to. Besides that, they offer flatbread pizzas emphasizing local and organic ingredients.

The "Zero Gravity" house beers are well balanced and good examples of the style being represented. The selections are constantly changing allowing for many different tastings.
The non-house draft beer selection also has a good rotation including internationl selections and domestic specialty beers that are a treat to try on draft. The bottle selection is varied in styles, countries, and price ranges.

They do a great job keeping the place interesting for the beer fan. The events they put on are worth checking out. I've been to a beer and cheese pairing which was excellent. April was IPA month with 3 house IPAs as well as a number of other ones.

The atmosphere and service depend on the time of day. The bar staff is generally friendly and knowledgeable. There is almost always a wait for table service in the restaurant, so the bar area catches the overflow of waiting customers, including their children. For me, children don't help the atmosphere in a bar area.

Overall, there always seems to be something new to try. That's what keeps me coming back for more. (1,447 characters)

Photo of thor638
4.53/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I always visit this establishment when I make my way into Burlington. Take a wonderful walk around town and then come here for dinner. The food is exceptional, and the craft beer is wonderful.

The only downfall is the popularity of the place, last time I went the way was fairly long for a table. Nice ambiance with well place lights and extremely cozy tables.

As with anywhere in Vermont there are a bunch of nice people to chat with while waiting.

The beer selection is extensive and usually your server is knowledgeable about the beer they are serving.

In the end, this place will always hold a place in my heart; A+ (623 characters)

Photo of StonedTrippin
4.53/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

this is one of my favorite places to eat and drink anywhere. cool inside and bar area with huge wood fired over right in the middle and an farmhouse sort of decor around the bar. outside seating between two brick buildings with lots of plants, beautiful in the summer. the beers are all great, different every time i go in, creative and well crafted. they do some cool stuff with the casks too. food is unreal. some of the best pizza ever, i love the new vermont maple fennel sausage pizza. its to die for. all the food is outstanding. service is okay, its always really busy so they do the best they can, but you might be waiting a bit for your items, especially at peak times. its priced fairly for what it is, but its out of my everyday budget. i try and go a few times each summer, this place really is incredible if you are a foodie/beer person. i love the emphasis on local and sustainable ingredients. a must visit. (922 characters)

Photo of Digimaika2
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Have been down to American Flatbread in Burlington a number of times, and haven't been disappointed yet.

Atmosphere is warm and inviting with a great bar area to your right as you walk in, and a large open room to the left that serves as the main dining area. A big brick pizza oven dominates the main dining area, and warms the place nicely in the colder months. Outdoor seating in the alleyway is available too. This place is VERY family friendly, with a lot of kids around whenever I've been here. It's also very popular, especially weekend evenings, so be prepared to wait 30-60min for a table (no reservations). However, grabbing some pints at the bar will no doubt pass the time.

Service has always been exceptional with kind and courteous staff. What I love about this place is that they have a separate group of waiters who's primary job is to refill water glasses. I really wish more beer-centric eateries would do this, especially when there are extensive and quality beer menus offered, such is the case here.

Flatbreads Zero Gravity line-up dominates the taps, 3-4 other taps are devoted to area breweries or "neighbours" (ie. Trapp, Wolaver's, Allagash, etc), and always 1-2 cask options. Everytime I'm here I usually always stick to the Zero Gravity offerings as it is really good stuff (Especially fond of the TLA IPA, Black Cat Porter, and Solstice Gruit). Another plus is the fact that Zero Gravity offerings are usually lower in price than other breweries offered on-tap. Also have a decent number of bottles offered, but nothing out of the ordinary. Cask options have all been outstanding except for one of two I've had recently (one tasted completely of vinegar, reminding me of wine that isn't ready yet).

Food is very good with simple menus offering a number of outstanding salads and flatbreads to choose from. They also offer one daily salad and two daily flatbread specials that are usually better than anything offered on the menu, so be sure to take a look at those. This place uses really great and fairly creative ingredient combinations in both their salads and flatbreads. Personal favourites are the Evolution salad, Salsa flatbread, and Vermont Sausage flatbread.

Prices are very fair, both for beer and food, and are well worth what you pay for. However, I've noticed the specials are usually a bit more than the regular menu items.

Definitely would recommend a stop in here if you're looking for great food and great beer in Burlington. Afterwards, head just down the street to the Farmhouse for more drinks and great desserts. (2,570 characters)

Photo of DousedInStout
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

This is one fine establishment! Let's start with the beers. They had 5 house beers on tap(an IPA, English Pale, Blueberry Dubbel, a stout and another belgian), and a cask poured from a beer engine. The cask was IPA dryhopped with warrior, and was outstanding. They also had a sizeable guest tap list, with some rare offerings from Stone, DFH, Allagash, and Smutty. The flatbread food quality was amazing(all organic and local), and you can have a field day with different pizza/beer pairings. The staff was freindly and knowledgable. If you're visitng Burlington, definitely make this a must-stop. (597 characters)

Photo of indiapaleale
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I won't waste your time or mine telling you what the place is like inside, although the fireplace was nice on a night like tonight. Basically, this place combines a kickass brewpub with great pizza...end of story.

They had quite a few of their own beers on tap, I had the Old Ale, the IPA and Alt and all were fantastic. Along with their own beers they had some Allagash, some Rogue, Stone Double Bastard and 4 or 5 others. The bottle list is quite impressive as well.

Great locale right in downtown Burlingtown, always busy, great bar, great restaurant, great beer and great pizzas. Worth a stop for sure and its right across from Vermont Pub & Brewery no less. (664 characters)

Photo of johnnnniee
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

We wandered in here for lunch this past Saturday and I'm glad we did! Two big open rooms with a bar to the far left of the building and a stone hearth to the right back. We were promptly seated and well attended to during our stay. Well the menu is flat breads and salads so it is kind of limited as far as choices, but damn do they make a fine pizza with an emphasis on local and organic which is never a bad thing. I had 4 beers while I as there, half pints, and was utterly blown away by 2 of them while the other two were good as well. I found the prices a bit on the high side, but organic rarely equals value, so I guess you get what you pay for. I would run back here in a heartbeat in fact I tried to bribe my wife into coming back for supper the same day. (764 characters)

Photo of Phyl21ca
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This is a nice pizzeria located in what seems like an old warehouse. We sat on the small patio which was nice considering the weather. Service is good and staffs were aware of the beers availability. I didn't stay for too long considering this was a family visit with the kids but the food was really good and the beers were also very interesting and veering toward Belgian style. Definitely a place I would recommend for anyone visiting Burlington even more so thta the location is central and parking is not too hard too find. (528 characters)

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Zero Gravity Craft Brewery / American Flatbread in Burlington, VT
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