Ski Killington and explore Woodstock when you visit the iconic Long Trail Brewery. Rest your head at the Jackson House Inn in Woodstock right near Billings Farm and Museum. Have lunch and a pint at the Long Trail brewery, then drive beyond to Plymouth Artisan Cheese located in the preserved village of Plymouth Notch at the Coolidge State Historic Site, It's one of the oldest cheese operations in the United States!

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    Billings Farm & Museum

    Route 12N Woodstock, VT 05091

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    Billings Farm & Museum is keeping alive the spirit and values of Vermont's rural past. The farm dates back to 1871, when native Vermonter Frederick Billings set out to build a farm and forestry operation that would serve future generations as a model of wise stewardship. His farm flourished and today is still a first-class working farm, operating with a museum of Vermont's rural heritage.

    Located 1/2 mile north of the village of Woodstock, VT.

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    Jackson House Inn, The

    43 Senior Lane Woodstock, VT 05091

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    Located just outside the heart of Woodstock, Vermont, The Jackson House Inn provides a peaceful alternative to the vibrant village streets. This 19th century Vermont inn offers easy access to popular destinations including Killington and Okemo ski areas, Dartmouth College, and the Green Mountain Horse Association and serves as the perfect setting for your private romantic getaway, intimate Vermont wedding, leisurely vacation, or business retreat.

    Experience the Vermont foliage season, hike the Appalachian Trail, or cruise Vermont’s newest byway – The Crossroad of Vermont (US Route 4). Savor memorable breakfasts featuring local ingredients, explore three acres of landscaped gardens, and rejuvenate in one of our distinctive rooms or one-room suites.

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    Long Trail Brewing Company

    5520 Route 4 Bridgewater Corners, VT 05035

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    The Long Trail Brewing Company began its mission to brew high quality craft beer in November 1989. A humble beginning in the basement of the old Bridgewater Woolen Mill along the Ottauquechee River in the Green Mountains of Vermont was soon outgrown so the brewery packed up and “Hit the Trail” up the road to a riverside hay field where they now reside in a state of the art, environmentally friendly brewery. Now, thousands of visitors every year experience Long Trail’s hospitality and unique country ambience while enjoying great food, fresh brews and an intimate view of the brewing process at the brewery’s Visitor Center.

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    Plymouth Artisan Cheese

    106 Messer Hill Rd Plymouth, VT 05056

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    We are a Vermont company that produces artisanal raw cow's milk cheeses with milk received from a single local herd that we continually monitor for quality. All of our milk comes from a farm that engages in the best dairy practices and humane treatment of their livestock. Only the finest and freshest milk goes into our cheeses. We are also dedicated to the ideas and philosophies of the slow food movement; knowing where your food comes from, how it's made, and to the preservation of the working landscapes of Vermont. Your patronage will help ensure that future.

    The Plymouth Cheese Factory in Plymouth, Vermont, is one of the oldest cheese operations in the United States, and was founded by John Coolidge the father of the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. The factory is located at the Coolidge State Historic Site, in the preserved village of Plymouth Notch.

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    Vermont Spirits

    Quechee Gorge Village Complex Quechee, VT 05059

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    Vermont Spirits produces an award winning line of hand crafted spirits using Vermont agricultural products. The company began in 1999 with the idea to turn maple sap into a distilled beverage. Vermont Gold Vodka (from maple) was followed by Vermont White Vodka (from whey.) Four new products debuted in 2013; Crimson Vodka, made from apples from the Champlain Valley, Coppers Gin, distilled with wild Vermont Juniper, Black Snake Whiskey, made from 100% Vermont Corn and No. 14 Bourbon, blended with pure Vermont maple syrup.

    Please follow us on Facebook: and Twitter: @VermontSpirits

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