On January 14th, The Reservoir and 14th Star Brewing are joining forces to bring you A Great Night of Food and Beer– a five course dinner with beer pairings! Featured beers include Valor Amber Ale, Aegirs Stout, Barley Wine and more! Only 50 tickets available, don’t miss this opportunity to indulge in an evening of great local food and brews.
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- Five courses paired with five 14th Star Brewing Co. beers
- The Reservoir was awarded the Vermont Fresh Network Gold Barn Award for exceptional dedication to supporting local farms
- Tickets include tax and gratuity!
No trip to the Waterbury area is complete without stopping into The Reservoir Restaurant and Taproom. The Reservoir has created the perfect combination – a locally-sourced menu, tons of craft beer options, and a laid-back atmosphere. It’s the perfect spot to gather with friends and share beers and snacks.
14th Star Brewing started as a daydream in the mountains of Eastern Afghanistan. While deployed overseas, soldiers have plenty of time to contemplate two things: beer and getting out of the Army. Steve and his buddies were doing just that in 2010 when the idea came to the long-time homebrewers: Why not open a brewery, preparing for the day we can retire from the Army? Thus started the journey from a handwritten business plan in the back of a notebook, to fully-licensed craft brewery. While new to the brewing industry, 14th Star understands that it is a small part of a proud craft brewing community in Vermont and of the Vermont artisan community as a whole. They strive to uphold the craftsmanship, attention to detail, balanced flavor, and hometown responsibility that are the hallmarks of the Vermont craft scene.
Don’t miss out– tickets are limited!
Start the New Year on the right foot with a hike in a Vermont State Park. Join a free, guided, easy, family hikes taking place in state parks and forests throughout the state. Professional guides and outdoor educators will lead the way, sharing their knowledge and love of the Vermont outdoors.
Bring the whole family! Dress for the weather; bring snowshoes if there is a lot of snow. Bring some beverages and snacks. Dogs are welcome (on leash) unless otherwise noted. You don’t need to pre-register, just show up. To check the status of the hikes call 802-249-1230. Update messages will be posted on December 31st and January 1st.
Little River State Park: Meet: 10:00 am in parking area two miles up Little River Road. Hike: Easy, 1+ miles,
100 ft. climb to flat trail through historic remains of CCC Camp Smith to waterfall. Please leave dogs at home.
Smuggler’s Notch State Park: Meet: 8:30am meet inside the stone gate: the sign is not up off-season, but it is 6.6 miles from the 3-way stop in Stowe Village. Note: Parking is limited along the road: some is available at Bingham Falls across the street. Hike: Easy. 1.5 hours, 1-2 miles
Underhill State Park: Meet: 1:00 pm at gate just below Underhill State Park on Mountain Road, in Underhill
Center. Hike: 3 hours, easy to moderate terrain.
Another Saturday night, and if you ain’t got nobody, then head to the Full Cleveland’s Post Turducken Yacht Rock Getdown at the Reservoir in Waterbury.
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The Reservoir hosts the Full Cleveland for their Spooky Smooth Halloween party. The Reservoir hosts one of the Ventral Vermont’s classic Halloween parties. Continue reading Spooky Smooth Halloween II
Every July, the Waterbury Arts Fest transforms downtown Waterbury, Vermont into a lively outdoor art gallery and street fair. Last year, this signature summertime event drew 3,700 art enthusiasts, over 80 artist exhibitors, fantastic gourmet fare and live music from some of the area’s most beloved entertainers.
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