Your Walkable Guide to Breweries in Olde Town Arvada, Colorado

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As the sign says, Welcome to Colorful Colorado! Whether you’re on a beercation or are one of the more than 100,000 new residents to the Centennial State, let me tell you one thing right off the bat: We take our beer very seriously. More than 300 small and independent craft…

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12 Brewery Music Venues to Visit in the South

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You could argue that beer and music go together better than any other beer pairing. Bold words indeed when you consider all the combinations of beer and food, beer and lawn games, beer and … everything. But when we acknowledge that beer has been part of celebrations for thousands of…

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6 Craft Beer Bars That Changed Their City’s Beer Scene

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Breweries and craft beer bars have a symbiotic relationship. Pubs have been community centers of social activity for hundreds of years. Over the past 30 years or so, a growing number of bars and pubs have focused on bringing beer drinkers a better variety of beers, especially those from small…

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How to Get the Most Out an Ale Trail [Infographic]

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Our handy beer trails infographic has everything you want to know. If you’re researching your next beercation, don’t spend days trying to be your own travel agent. Instead, explore beer trails.     (BEER TRAVEL: You Should Consider These Beercations) If you have tips for the trail, we want to hear…

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Craft Beer Travel in the Original Beer City: Milwaukee

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With cities like San Diego and Portland, Oregon, making national headlines for the best towns for craft beer travel and Asheville, North Carolina, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, constantly swapping the title of Beer City, USA, it appears that the craft beer community has all but forgotten about the nation’s original…

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A Beer Lover’s Guide to Albuquerque’s Wells Park Breweries

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The landscape in Albuquerque, New Mexico, does not prostrate to subtlety. Ten-thousand-foot peaks rise high above the urban valley’s east side, petroglyph-etched volcanoes flank the city to the west while the Rio Grande Bosque, a lush strip of cottonwood forest, lines the oldest neighborhoods in town. With a setting this…

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San Leandro, California: Fueled by Coffee, Art, Tech and Craft Beer

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San Leandro, California, may not be on your craft beer travel radar, but it should be. Like many industrial post-war suburbs in the East Bay, this unassuming city is reinventing itself. Traditional manufacturing is being replaced by next generation manufacturing, bringing small start-ups with highly-skilled tech workers into the area.…

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A Beer Lover’s Walkable Guide to Downtown Los Angeles

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Not too long ago, Downtown LA was not the place to be seen or to have a successful business. There were few venues for dining and nightlife and locals avoided Downtown like the plague. But in the last decade alone, the population in Downtown has doubled, leading to more businesses…

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