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In Vermont, Après-Ski Is All About Beer


Ski towns in America tend to have good beer, but Vermont might be the state to pair powder and brews best. The Green Mountain State has more than 60 operating breweries and approximately two dozen ski areas — the most per capita for each category.

Naturally, that makes Vermont’s après-ski beer scene one of the most impressive in the country, especially near Canada. Upon crossing the 44th parallel north latitude — roughly the midpoint of Vermont — you’ve entered one of the world’s most highly concentrated collections of delicious beer and incredible mountains.

While Matt Wilson, co-founder of Zero Gravity Craft Brewery, admits there are no secret ingredients in the northern half of the state, he ascribes all the incredible beer in the region to a secret recipe. “The communities [in northern Vermont] draw creative types,” Wilson says, which is something he attributes to the state’s abundant opportunities for outdoor activities.

 Read the full story at VinePair.com

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