Local Business Partnerships

Vermont Bike & Brew is proud to have some amazing local business partnerships. They are a source of inspiration and provide gathering space for us to spend time with our friends and neighbors. They provide us with nourishment and libation and are the foundation that makes our tours unique.

From beer and cider to coffee and tea, Vermont maple creemees, and so much more, you are sure to find something you love from our partner businesses. Try one of our self-guided tours to receive a discount from some of these businesses.

If you run a local business and are interested in creating a partnership with Vermont Bike & Brew, please send us an email.

Sweetland Farm is a diversified family farm in Norwich, Vermont. They grow a wide variety of fresh, seasonal vegetables for their CSA and markets using sustainable practices on conserved farmland. Their animals are raised free-range on lush pastures and they make sweet-smelling feed hay that keeps Upper Valley neighbors’ animals happy all winter long. The mission at Sweetland Farm is to feed the community and the soil, and to be stewards of this beautiful farmland. Add a Sweetland Farm snack basket onto your eBike rental (only available on certain items) and visit their adorable Farm Store during your ride!

Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center is a nonprofit, certified organic farm located on over 50 acres of conserved land along the Connecticut River in East Thetford, Vermont. Cedar Circle has a deep commitment to developing regenerative agriculture systems for annual vegetable and flower production and to offering educational programming that builds connections between our food, ecosystems, and community. The farm makes for a fantastic mid-ride break with a cafe, farmstand, retail greenhouses, a farm kitchen, a cut flower garden, education programs, and more.