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Hermit Thrush Brewery is dedicated to providing top quality Belgian inspired ales to the residents and visitors of Brattleboro, Vermont. Through the use of historical brewing processes, oak casks, and new green technologies, we make exciting, yet...more
We dropped here right as the brewery opened to taste some sour beers. We were impressed, and loved being able try so many sours alongside each other! Lots of options, though all sours so if you're not into sour beers, this may not be the...More
As a fans of sour beers (in moderation) we try to stop here when traveling I91. They always have at least few kinds of sour beer that I enjoy. We usually stop in and share a flight or two, then buy a case to take...More
Sour beers were a taste that came to me late in life - used to be if I tasted anything vinegary in a pint it was straight back to the bar with a full throated complaint. My first sour in the US came from Oklahoma,...More
I discovered sour beer a couple of years ago, and although it has popped into bars and restaurants here and there, it’s still hard to find. So I was pleasantly surprised to see a brewery dedicated to sours in Brattleboro! It’s small but definitely worth...More
Passing through town and saw the place and decided to stop. As previous reviews have mentioned it is mostly sours which I am not big on, however I like to try everything. Unfortunately the young women working was not very friendly at all to us...More
Not the most remarkable brewery we have ever visited. It was quite small and nothing but sour beers were available to taste which my husband loved but left me drinking water. Staff was a little cold at first and unfriendly but ended up warming up...More
I absolutely love sour beer after getting addicted to it while living in Belgium. So, I always make it a point to stop by when I make my yearly Brattleboro trip.
Two suggestions for the owners:
1. Please add a few more stools at the...More