We stopped at the Three Penny Tap Room in Montpelier, Vermont on our way to the Vermont Brewers Festival in Burlington, Vermont.  There has been nothing but great buzz about the Three Penny Tap Room so we had to go see for ourselves.

Montpelier turned out to have a quaint downtown full of shops, restaurants and our state capital building, which gleaming in gold is quite the site to see.  We strolled through the streets of Montpelier until we came upon our destination, the Three Penny Tap Room and were greeted by a BA friend out front. Once inside we were greeted by another friend from Stone Brewery – a good sign – clearly this was a craft beer lovers bar.  I already liked this place and felt right at home with the clientele.   The entire place is one big bar with a few seats in the front window.  The walls are covered with black boards listing all of the wonderful beers on draft, 24 of them to be exact.  We choose to sample number 25, the cask conditioned offering of the day, which in this case was a tasty Cisco IPA.  They also have a growing bottle list as well, which is for some reason a rarity in Vermont.

We luckily also ran into one of the owners, Scott, who was gracious enough to show us around and tell us a little about the place.  Scott explained that he and his partners Matt and Wes feel strongly not just about great craft beer, but also about supporting local food producers.  While they do not have a full kitchen they are turning out some creative small entrees full of healthy and fresh local foods.  For Scott and his partners it is clear that their really passion is for craft beer and a mission to “convert macro beer drinkers into craft beer lovers”.  These are my kind of guys. 

Check out the video and be sure to stop in for a pint, you’ll probably run into someone you know! If you do head up to the Three Penny Tap Room, they are open at 1pm Monday – Friday and at 3pm on Saturday and Sunday. They are located right downtown in Montpelier, at 108 Main Street. Be sure to say hi from us and let them know that you too are Here for the Beer!

Tags: Vermont Beer Bars

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    Another great post and video. Wish I lived closer so I could experience all of these great places!

  4. Philip Marc Assad

    I’m new to this site, but I must say, I’m extremely excited to see such an active beer drinking/brewing/serving community! This was the first post I read, and I’m impressed.
    First of all, a big “thank you” to Three Penny Tap Room for taking a leap and opening their own place with such a unique appeal (I know it’s not easy running your own business), and I wish you the best of luck.
    American craft beers are almost always a gem of a drink; I’m so glad to see that there are people out there who are interested in serving and distributing it.
    There was a really great interview with some craft brewers for Philly Beer Week (some of whose beer I’m sure you serve at Three Penny Tap Room) which I really enjoyed. Just know that what you’re doing is a big part of keeping the craft brewing industry alive and thriving!

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