Courtesy Of Grazers
Burger at Grazers
Last winter, the food vendor at 14th Star Brewing Co.
in St. Albans, Smokin’ Butts Bar-B-Q, packed up and moved south. Now, some six months later, a new business is set to take over the brewery’s on-site kitchen.
, a burger and pub-fare restaurant based in Williston, will open a branch at the Franklin County brewery on June 5, said co-owner Sam Handy. Grazers will serve a familiar — albeit scaled-back — version of its menu, offering eight burgers, a handful of appetizers, salads and sandwiches, he said.
The burger selection will include the Grazer (lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheddar, house sauce), Green Mountain (blue cheese, bacon, arugula, pickled red onion, garlic aioli), and Farm burgers (fried egg, cheddar, bacon, arugula and house sauce).
Handy said he's pleased to collaborate with a brewery that has a strong commitment to and ties with its community.
“They’re great people,” Handy said. “It just made sense for us to come up and join them. We like their mission statement. They’re locally owned; they support the troops. It feels like a community brewery.”
Grazers’ service will coincide with the hours of the brewery, which is open every day but Monday.