Many thanks for the reply, but we had left before we got it.
Funnily enough, we we went to the Blue Mountain Brewery! I had a porter that was aged in a whiskey barrel, I think it was called Isabella, that was fantastic - in fact I took home a growler of it.
Never went to Mitchies tavern - the food menu didn't look good for the good wife.
Got lost looking for South Street Brewery and ended up in the parking lot of the Fox and Hounds. Ha! Had a pint of Youngs Double Chocolate Stout (something like that). Fantastic!
Found the SS Brewery and their Pale Ale is very good. Next day, when it was seriously roasting heat outside, I had the Hefeweizen which was the best wheat I've ever had.
Monticello is excellent. But take a bottle of water with you. Oh, like I say, it was roasting. But the cafeteria in the Visitor's Center had a Reserve Ale on tap from Starr Hill Brewery. I had 3 pints of it and it was fantastic but it is a light beer so I did not start talking broken biscuits or anything. Also paid a bit more and got the pint glasses to keep (cheaper than buying them from the gift shop, as I told the wife)