"World-class beer without the jet lag"

Located in Burlington's vibrant South End, Queen City Brewery's tasting room offers classic beer styles in a comfortable pub setting.

Queen City Brewery opened in June 2014 and is located in a renovated warehouse in Burlington's historically industrial South End. Our rotating beer list might include a delicate German lager, a robust Scottish winter warmer, a regional American specialty, an ancient monastic beer and an elegant English ale.

 

Phone

(802) 540-0280

Location

703-B Pine Street
Burlington, VT 05401

Hours

Tues-Wed Noon–8PM
Thurs-Sat Noon–10PM
Sun Noon-7PM

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Paul Hale, Managing Partner and Brewmaster, founded Queen City Brewery in 2012 along with partners Paul Held, Phil Kaszuba, and Maarten and Sarah van Ryckevorsel. As long-time friends and home brewers with a fondness for traditional beer styles, QCB represents to us the culmination of nearly 30 years of recipe formulation and research (i.e., beer trips to Europe).

Lillian MacNamara is QCB's Head Brewer. Lillian started with us in 2014 after nearly a decade of experience in the craft brewing community, including brewer positions with Hop’n Moose Brewing Company, Magic Hat Brewing Company, Otter Creek Brewing Company, and Oregon Trail Brewery. 

Jason Held is our Tasting Room Manager, providing friendly, knowledgable service behind our beautiful 50 year old mahogany bar. 

Ben Gostanian is Assistant Brewer at Queen City. Ben previously was an assistant brewer and jack-of-all-trades at Farnham Brewery.

   

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What's New at QCB

October 4, 2017 - 

Don't miss the launch of our friend Sandi Earle's first cookbook "My 30 Year Love Affair With Food in Vermont: Queen City Brewery Edition," a beautifully illustrated soft cover containing 25 recipes based on Queen City Brewery beers.

When: Friday, October 20, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Where: Champlain Room, Champlain College, Burlington, VT

Why: Book Launch Party and Charity Fundraiser

This book is supported by the Champlain Center for Publishing through the work of managing editor Kim MacQueen, designed by Champlain student Emma Reed and edited by Champlain staffer Tiffany Harbrecht. Photographs are by Champlain staffer Mike Jacobs.

At the beer pairing event you'll get to taste eight of the recipes along with the paired QCB beers! Be among the first to purchase a copy of the book and have it signed by the author! 75% of the ticket cost and all silent auction proceeds will benefit the Vermont Family Network

Order your tickets here: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eejjfktfaa65e8d1&oseq=&c=&ch