Beer. Frosty, flavorful, thirst quenching. Do you want to know more about beer travel? Would you travel for beer? Plan a craft beer vacation?
Beer travel and beer vacations have become as much of a travel theme as food, wine, and wellness travel. Increasingly, destinations are promoting their craft brewing scene to entice visitors who want to drink craft beer as part of their travel experience.
Whether you’re a beer aficionado and want to quaff a triple wheat in a never-been-to-before destination, want to find a guide to beer and breweries in your home town, or want to discover an emerging brewery close to home, I have some ideas to help you plan your next beer vacation.
Does a craft beer vacation sound like a perfect getaway for you>
Take a look at this round-up of 16 of the best places to visit for beer lovers. You’ll find some great ideas.
San Diego has gained an international reputation for inspired beers with area breweries earning more medals at the 2010 World Beer Cup than breweries in the traditional beer countries of England, Germany and Belgium combined. Many of San Diego’s 90-plus breweries offer tasting rooms and tours that allow visitors to sample these award-winning brews and meet the brewmasters in person.
These 6 hike and beer day trips combine a little exercise in the great outdoors with the relaxing payoff of a cold Virginia craft brew. Hike and beer day trips celebrate great weather and Virginia’s thriving craft brewery scene, exploring new trails and taprooms near Washington DC.
Craft beer has now become essential to the New York drinking culture. Now, there are plenty of breweries in every other corner of all the five boroughs of the city.
North Carolina breweries as we know them today are relatively new, considering the revolutionary Pop the Cap initiative only happened in 2005. That’s when NC changed the laws for “alcohol by volume” from six to 15 percent.
Gainesville is known for more than the University of Florida and Gator Football. Much like Orlando and Tampa’s the craft beer scene in Gainesville is constantly expanding with breweries located throughout town. Each brewery is unique but shares the idea of giving back and conservation!
The Utah craft beer scene is thriving and breweries in Salt Lake City are popping up to fill the demand. There are now so many Salt Lake breweries that deciding where to go is a hard choice. This guide will give you the full tour of the best SLC craft brews and help you find your perfect pint.
Check out the best breweries in Brooklyn and the best of the craft beer in Brooklyn scene with its mouthwatering and incredible artisanal brew scene. From experimental farmhouse-style ales, European style brew pubs, to some of the best IPAs you can find in the city, the beer scene in Brooklyn is out of this world.
Boise, Idaho has not traditionally been known as a beer town, but things are changing. Dozens of Boise breweries have popped up, and even more out-of-town breweries are moving into town. If you find yourself in the City of Trees, here are some of the best breweries in Boise, Idaho.
Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, exploring the best Minneapolis breweries never gets old.
Cleveland is known for many things: our fierce loyalty to our sports teams; our location on Lake Erie; even some of our cool museums. But Cleveland should probably also be known for its growing beer scene.
Despite the puritanical alcohol laws in Massachusetts (no happy hours, no alcohol sales on Sunday morning, very limited alcohol at grocery stores…), the Boston craft beer scene has really taken off.
Oklahoma and beer. We understand those two words don’t typically go together. With its old-school Prohibition laws, Oklahoma hasn’t exactly been the most alcohol-friendly state. But there are a few breweries in Oklahoma City that are already well ahead of the pack.
The breakfast version of the Cigar City Brewery Tour is one of the best brewery tours I’ve taken. That’s what you call it when you show up for the first tour of the day on an empty stomach.
So, you’ve arrived in Milwaukee & naturally your next move is to find a brewery – it’s just the Wisconsin thing to do.
The concept is simple: make your way to participating craft breweries in the Richmond region to collect stamps. Then, after five delicious visits, redeem your stamps for free gear, sponsored by Virginia tourism.
Most people pass through Anchorage en route to more remote points to experience Alaska’s pristine wilderness but anyone lucky enough to spend time in Alaska’s largest city will find a booming craft beer scene.
And if you’re not traveling yet, just hoist one of your favorite brews in celebration of National Drink Beer Day (coming up on September 28th).
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