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Burlington Beer Crawl

IMG_4827Review of my Burlington Beer Crawl

Brickwall Tavern – Burlington
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This was my third visit to the Brickwall Tavern in Burlington thanks to Girls Pint Out and their monthly meetings at the Brickwall Tavern. (FYI GPO is a great beer club for the ladies!) The Brickwall has plenty of free parking out back if you’re not taking the Riverline which drops you off a mere 2 minute walk from the Tavern and a mere 1 minute walk from Third State Brewing

The Brickwall is large and offers two bars and plenty of dining room space with an open raw bar and a large garage door that opens up in the nice weather plus there is some outdoor seating. The food is very good and plentiful with both vegetarian and meatarian options. There are 15 beers on tap plus 1 on the engine. The tap turnover is quick so beers are fresh! On this particular visit I enjoyed the Founder’s Mosaic Promise 5.5% which is quickly becoming a favorite of this Gal.

IMG_4830Third State Brewing
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Third State is a nice addition to Burlington and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. They have 10 beers on tap with something for everyone. It only cost us $13 for a pint and taster round so beer is reasonably priced. You’re welcome to bring food in from one of the local businesses as well. I look forward to another visit.

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Blonde, Sooo Big, Boris, Peanut, Nitro

Peanut Butter Stout 8.5% – yum! Chocolate and peanut butter is classic combo that never disappoints

Boris The Younger Black Eye Rye IPA 7.2%
Rye, malts and hops what’s not to love?!

Sooo Big 2X IPA 11%
Big hop presents without leaving your mouth puckered

Dry Stout on Nitro 4.3%
Scary how easy this beer goes down

Wood Street Blonde 5.2%
Nice easy drinking beer with hints of citrus

IMG_4837Geraghty’s Pub
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Geraghty’s Pub is certainly an unique place and I mean that in a good way. Inside is a large bar area with a dining room in the back and off that a nice size outdoor patio area. Nothing fancy folks just good beer, sports on the tv and incredible beer prices. A pint of Flying Fish Abbey Dubbel 7.2% was $2.50! Yes, just $2.50! We happen to be there for happy hour but even their regular prices are excellent. Also, a full food menu is available as well.

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