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Just cross the river.
The primitive/dispersed camping options are endless here in Vermont. The Groton Sate forest offers it, as well as the Green Mountain National...
Short answer is yes. More information is needed however depending on how your friend is arriving here and where are they coming from.
I'm a local. PM sent. All very good information posted in this thread, especially this part.
Anytime is a fine time to visit the Republic of Vermont. There is always something good to find at HF.
Table and Vine is your best bet for price in selection in the I91 corridor. The Bratt coop is worth checking out as well as Ryan and Casey, but...
Leaving at 10am on Sunday morning. Absolutely!
Heading North on the the NJ turnpike shouldn't be a real issue as most peeps will be heading southbound. 95>276 is pretty quick, although it can...
If you make the trip during off hours then the 87 route is solid.The only thing with 87 can be the timing of the trip. I have seen the northbound...
It's on the selves at Ryan & Casey in Greenfield. Running around 10.00 for a sixer.
KBS is presently on tap at the Whetstone!
They have started selling growlers. The Lost Nation product is their Saison.
Starting sometime after April 18th the Brattleboro Food Coop will have a growler filling station. Ultimately four taps in all.
I was told by Tony...
Down a dirt road, down a dirt road...oh and By the way, You can't get there from here.
Growler fills will start mid-April (read: anyday). Thursday thru Saturday 1-7pm, Sunday 12-6pm. Four taps if I recall.
Grabbed the penultimate four pack. Tony said some jamoke came in and talked the GM into selling him three cases. So much for limitations.
I hope they have some left when I get out of work today.
The Whetstone is family friendly. They have a respectable selection of guest beers on tap and their food is good. It certainly is worth a stopover...
You may be able to slide in. Call ahead. The don't take lightly to interlopers without appointments.