At Three Penny Taproom, we proudly illustrate the harmony of flavor inherent in the pairing of honest food with honest beer. The beer we serve is chosen for the artistry and care which the brewers demonstrate in their exceptional products. It will come as no surprise that our food program reflects this same mastery of craft and honor for tradition.

(last updated 10-02-14)



Magic Mountain Woodcock Farm, sheep/cow $9

Cremont Vermont Creamery, goat/cow $9

Middlebury Blue Blue Ledge Farm, blue/cow, NH $9

Tasting of All Three  $15

Soups & Salads:

Creamy Pilsner Tomato Soup cheddar crisp $8

Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup 1/2 sandwich and cup of soup $9

Grilled VT Steak fingerling crisps, grilled onions, horseradish dressing $14

Green and Herbs $7

Spinach Salad candied sunflower, currants, picked red onion, cider vin $9

add chicken $3



Meat skirt steak, peppers, onions, roasted garlic $10

Veggie summer squash, red onion, chèvre $10

Daily changes daily $10



sandwiches served with choice of fries or salad

Grilled Cheese ale-caramelized onions, sharp cheddar, sourdough $10

Wild Mushroom Bahn Mi mushroom – barley pate, herbs, pickles, chili mayo $14

Oyster Po Boy fried oysters, lettuce, tomato, pickle, mayo $13

Sesame-Seared Tuna greens, onions, wasabi-lime mayo, yakitori glaze $15


Large Plates:

Fish & Chips Lost Nation Pilsner batter $14

Pappardelle butternut vodka sauce, delicatta, thyme, grano padano cheese $14

Beer – Brined Pork Chop bacon brussels, roasted fingerlings, apple – fennel chutney $16



(all burgers served with choice of fries or salad)

Burger lettuce, pickles & mayo w/ cheddar or blue cheese $12

Double Burger $15

Daily Burger $14

add bacon to any burger $3


Snacks and Sides:

Chicken Liver Mousse apple – ginger compote, toast $10

Buttermilk Fried Chicken Wings IPA hot sauce or stout BBQ 3 for $5 or 6 for $8

House Cut Fries $5

Roasted Peanuts $3

Fried Oysters IPA hot sauce & pickles $8



Sea Salt Topped Brownie $5



Item availability and pricing subject to change before our ability to update this page!

The Vermont Department of Health warns that eating raw or undercooked meat or eggs can make you ill.