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Your Guide to Anaheim’s Breweries

by Anthony Manzanares on June 23, 2017

Since the first brewery opened there in 1870, Anaheim’s craft beer community has evolved into a rich mix of quality microbreweries and beer festivals. So, whether you’re in Anaheim for Disneyland, family fun, you can find a brewery well suited to your mood and palate. While not a list of all the breweries in Orange […]

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What do you get when you combine beer, craft bourbon and whiskey, and wine? You get the Masters & Makers Trail in Franklin, Tennessee. The 70-mile trail traverses the scenic landscape throughout Williamson County, Tennessee, connecting craft distilleries, local breweries and an award winning vineyard to highlight an exceptional tasting experience found just south of […]

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Trail of Ale in St. Pete/Clearwater, Florida

by Anthony Manzanares on February 1, 2017

You may be familiar with the white-sand beaches, world-renowned museums, and 361 days of sunshine that the Florida gulf coast has to offer. But did you know that the craft beer scene in St. Pete/Clearwater rivals those of the country’s most established beer towns? With more than 27 (and growing) independent breweries making up the […]

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The Craft of Beer in the Napa Valley

by Anthony Manzanares on January 13, 2017

From robust production to the tiniest of nano-breweries, the Napa Valley offers craft beer fans a variety of options to sip and savor their favorite suds. Browse through these selections and then fill up your mug with a tasty choice. Breweries   Napa Smith Brewery – This is Napa County’s only production brewery with an onsite […]

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Daytona Beach Ale Trail: A Taste for All Seasons

by Anthony Manzanares on October 21, 2016

Looking for some tasty options this fall? The Daytona Beach area has just launched the Daytona Beach Ale Trail, a collection of microbreweries and taprooms scattered throughout its must-see points of interest. Fall is the perfect time of year to try out some tasty, new brews, and the microbreweries and taphouses in the Daytona Beach […]

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Eat, Drink & Be Merry in Moab

by Anthony Manzanares on September 19, 2016

The old alcohol laws that once existed in Utah were changed after hosting the Winter Olympics 2002. You can enjoy craft brews and local wines while visiting Moab. And while the laws may still be a bit different than what you’re used to at home, there are plenty of choices – and references to help […]

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Columbus Ale Trail Highlights Hopping Craft Beer Scene

by Anthony Manzanares on March 4, 2016

As part of the inaugural Columbus Craft Beer Week, Experience Columbus will launch the Columbus Ale Trail. The trail will highlight the city’s booming craft beer scene in a Brew Book, featuring 25 local breweries. Columbus’ rich history in craft brewing, in addition to the breadth and depth of the local products brewed, has put […]

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7 Western Connecticut Breweries with Award-Winning Taste on Tap

by Anthony Manzanares on December 28, 2015

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The craft beer craze sweeping the country has taken firm hold in Western Connecticut, where half a dozen micro breweries offer unique tastes on tap as well as the chance to sample and tour their one-of-a-kind facilities. Beer aficionados will discover many creative new combinations as young brewers experiment with intriguing ingredients. Some of these […]

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Alaska Boasts Craft Spirits and Breweries

by Anthony Manzanares on August 7, 2015

When you think about craft distilleries and breweries, you may not think of our northermost state, but visitors to Alaska can enjoy an attractive array of offerings from Alaska’s instate distilleries. This emergence is due to a craft distillery bill passed last year, giving distilleries the opportunity  to provide onsite tastings and over the counter […]

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5 Places to Sip Suds in Surf City, California

by Mary Jo Manzanares on May 20, 2015

  The craft beer movement along California’s Central Coast has a new destination to raise a pint to.  Popular in the U.S. with the mountain bike crowd and other outdoor adventure-seekers, the craft beer scene in Santa Cruz is a leader in the artisan food and drink movement.  This small, passionate community is in its […]

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