Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary was the first to sell cannabis products to qualified customers in the state. Their loyal customers continue to make the trip to their River St. location overlooking the Winooski River, for the impressive quality, selection and service offered. Visiting Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary is a true Vermont outing, beginning with scenic roads and ending in a traditional red barn (formerly Ariel’s Riverside Café) nestled in nature and highlighted by train tracks.
Of course, the trees that line the road leading to and surrounding Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary are not the primary reason loyal customers keep coming back. The ‘trees’ on their flower menu and in their jars are some of the most unique and highest quality in VT and the East Coast. While other VT dispensaries feature about a dozen strains on any given day, Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary boasts over 30 active strains – many of which are grown in-house! The others are cultivated close-by in their Charlotte production facility. Both cannabis aficionados and novices have the opportunity to bring home classic strains like the legendary Acapulco Gold, AK-47 and Hash Plant, up-and-comers like Pineapple Express, Tangie and Stardawg as well as lesser known Henry’s OG Kush, Jam Band and Meru. The varieties are carefully organized in-store and on their menu by Sativas, Sativa dominant hybrids, Indicas, Indica dominant hybrids, balanced hybrids, and high CBD strains.
While flower is the real highlight of the menu at Vermont Patient Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary, they also stock a concise offering of edibles, concentrates and topicals. Sweet treats like infused brownies, lozenges and chocolate cookies are featured. You can also get cannabutter and infused oil for home cooking. For concentrates, you’ll find traditional hash and kief as well as modern rosin and oil. Apothecary products include sprays, tinctures (both glycerin and alcohol based), suppositories, creams and transdermal patches.
For more information about Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary, check out their official website, like them on Facebook and subscribe to their Instagram feed. You can also browse their online menu.
Dispensary Genie strives to provide our readers with the most up to date cannabis dispensary information. Because all dispensaries operate differently, we urge you to please call ahead for daily product availability and customer eligibility before planning a trip.
You can reach the friendly staff at Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary by calling (802) 225-6786.
At this time, in Vermont, marijuana can only be sold to medical card holding residents. For more information about how to obtain a medical marijuana card in Vermont, please visit the Vermont Department of Public Safety’s online Marijuana Registry. If you have specific questions for the state regarding cannabis, you can email DPSMJRegistry@vermont.gov, call (802) 241 5230, or browse their library of digital resources.
Vermont Patients Alliance’s Montpelier dispensary is located in Washington County and proudly serves the Vermont communities of East Montpelier, Plainfield, Berlin, Barre, Waitsfield, Moretown, Middlesex, Duxbury, Waterbury, Worcester, Calais and more.