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Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia

An evolving craft beer community with Southern charm. By Amy Strauss

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CHARM CITY 101

CHARM CITY 101

You have never seen as many purple-painted SUVs as you will see cruising down the streets of Charm City. Ravens pride looms large in town. And beer is tailgating not far behind. Baltimore’s brewing history rivals Philadelphia right down to ...

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A Surging Beer Community

A Surging Beer Community

There’s a lot in common between Philadelphia and Denver when it comes to beer. Both are home to great beer cultures, but there is one resemblance that really stands out: growth. An annual visit to Denver is almost like visiting ...

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Southern Maine Coast

Southern Maine Coast

In the summer of 2012, Maine lobster prices plummeted but the Maine craft beer scene clearly started hitting its peak. Craft breweries and beer bars seem to be everywhere in Vacationland.

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R5 Pub Crawl

R5 Pub Crawl

One train ticket, two breweries and thirteen-plus bars.

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Welcome to Hops Country

Welcome to Hops Country

Exploring the craft beer scene of San Diego, California. If you ever get the chance to visit the West Coast, be prepared for hops! It’s a well-known fact that California loves their IPAs and there’s definitely a wide-variety tapped and ...

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Finding Chicha: A Peruvian beer experience.

Finding Chicha: A Peruvian beer experience.

As Philadelphians accustomed to one of the best beer scenes in the country, most of our vacations over the past few years have been “beercentric.” When a few family members decided that we were going to Peru, hike the Inca ...

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Microbrew Mecca: Portland, OR

Microbrew Mecca: Portland, OR

Take a trip to the Pacific Northwest’s “Brewtopia.” It’s raining right now, hard. The sun is hidden behind sheets of clouds that make guessing the time of day impossible. It’s bleak, it could be anywhere from noon to nine at ...

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Brewing in Hippie Country

Brewing in Hippie Country

Touring through the brewery-filled state of Vermont. Vermont has quite the impressive beer scene, in fact, it actually has the most breweries per capita in the country. Even little towns seem to have a local brewpub. But, in a land ...

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More Than History and Politics

More Than History and Politics

Beer is quickly becoming another reason to be a tourist in DC. In an area filled with politics, history, and one tourist attraction after another, great beer and quality bars may not be something that comes to mind. As big ...

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