WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
Our brewery is located off US Rte 7 in Middlebury, Vermont, at 793 Exchange Street. We are about 45 minutes south of Burlington, Vermont.
Click here for directions.
WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS?
We’re open to the public Wednesday – Thursday 11:30am-6pm, Friday – Saturday 11:30am-7pm.
HOW DO I CONTACT OTTER CREEK?
Send us some snail mail at 793 Exchange Street, Middlebury, Vt. 05753 or shoot us an email—we’d love to hear from you!
DO YOU OFFER GUIDED TOURS?
Sorry – we do not offer brewery tours!
DO YOU SERVE FOOD?
Yes! Our kitchen is open from Wednesday – Thursday 11:30am-6pm, Friday – Saturday 11:30am-7pm. Take a look at the menu, here.
DO YOU TAKE RESERVATIONS?
Reservations are not required, but are available via OpenTable (check out the Visit Us page to make yours). Large groups please call ahead for best accommodations: (802) 388-0727.
ARE CHILDREN ALLOWED AT YOUR BREWERY?
Yes, our pub and restaurant is a kid-friendly environment (sorry, no ball pits though). Please remember that only persons 21 and over with valid identification will be served alcohol.
DO YOU ALLOW DOGS OR OTHER SMALL ANIMALS?
We are dog-friendly. Our four legged friends are welcome on the patio and beer garden.
WHAT IS YOUR DONATION POLICY?
Learn about it here.
WHERE CAN I FIND YOUR BEER?
Check out our beer finder app.
WHERE IS YOUR BEER DISTRIBUTED?
We’re currently distributed in 15 states and the District of Columbia.
I DIDN’T SEE ANY DISTRIBUTION IN (INSERT STATE HERE), CAN YOU SHIP SOME BEER TO ME?
Unfortunately we’re not allowed to ship our beers.
HOW DO I KNOW WHEN MY BEER WAS PACKAGED?
We date code every can and 12-pack with the date it was packaged. Flip the can upside down and turn a 12 pack around to the side to check the date inkjetted in black. We recommend our beers be enjoyed within 120 days of packaging to ensure the experience our brewers intend.
WHAT’S THE SHELF-LIFE OF YOUR BEER?
All our beer is best enjoyed as fresh as possible. Hop flavor and aroma, for example, gradually fades over time and the experience is altered as a result. That’s why we code our beers with the date they were packaged. As a rule, we have a 120 day shelf-life policy that we use with our retailers to ensure only the freshest product is stocked and available.
Seeing a lot of old beer in your market? Send us a message and we’ll freshen up your area.