I launched Stowe Patrol in late 2008 after leaving Spruce Peak at Stowe Mountain Resort as its Marketing Manager. Stowe Patrol's mission was, and still is, to blog about everything Stowe from 3 different perspectives: first, and as the name suggests, as my now eleven years as a ski patroller at the Resort; second, as a local-area resident; and, third, as a Stowe-based Realtor®. I'd be glad to have you as a reader and visitor, and I welcome your comments.
Will McNeil, left, and Eric Warnstedt peruse the album library at Doc Ponds in Stowe on Monday. GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS
Both the btv foodie / Burlington Free Press and Burlington's Seven Days reported last week that Hen of the Wood owners, Eric Warnstedt and Will McNeil have opened their beer bar, Doc Ponds, at 294 Mountain Road in Stowe.
I went in search of the Bar's website, and while there's nothing yet more than the homepage, that in itself tells the whole story :
Doc Ponds 294 Mountain Road, Stowe bar: 2 to midnight daily ☆ kitchen: 4 to 10 p.m. daily 802.760.6066 ☆ instagram.com/doc_ponds
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