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Phil_A_Mignon | Jun 10, 201902:41 PM     6

I am planning a surprise trip to Vermont with my wife for our 17th Wedding Anniversary in October. The only reason my wife and I really travel, is for food and drink. We'll be flying into Burlington and then driving from Burlington to Woodstock, where we will be staying at a B&B (The Inn at Weathersfield). I am looking for the best that Vermont has to offer in food and craft beer between those two geographical points, and even a little bit out of the way if it's worth it. Would love any suggestions. Thank you so much.

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