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6 Out of the Ordinary Breweries You Won’t Want to Miss

Why stick to the ordinary? We’ve compiled a list of out-of-the-ordinary breweries to put on your bucket list.

Beercation: Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn’s burgeoning beer scene has grown by leaps and bounds over the past four years and shows no sign of stopping.

Beercation: Albuquerque, New Mexico

With endless blue skies, one of the winningest collections of IPAs in the world, and a rapidly growing roster of beer festivals, Albuquerque, New Mexico, is staking its claim as one of America’s best brew destinations.

Beercation: Boulder-Longmont, Colorado

On your next trip to the Centennial state, venture north of Denver to explore these off-the-beaten-path destinations in one of the state’s brewing hotbeds—the Boulder-to-Longmont corridor.

Beercation: Washington, D.C

A record-breaking influx of young settlers is bringing an unprecedented number of breweries, brewpubs, Belgian bars, and beer brunches to the nation’s capital and its suburbs.

Making the Most of Your Beercation

Follow these 4 quick and easy tips to make your beercation run seamlessly.

Beercation: Cincinnati, Ohio

Progressive alcohol legislation reform in combination with the national surge in craft-beer popularity has allowed Cincinnati’s impressive brewing DNA to be thrust into the spotlight.

Beercation: Los Angeles

LA brewers are stepping into the spotlight as the dynamic craft-beer scene joins the list of attractions that draw visitors from across the globe to the sun-soaked megacity.

9 Iconic Destination Breweries

These bucket-list breweries are notorious for good reason.

Beercation: Denver, Colorado

With 300 days of sunshine per year, one of the largest concentrations of craft breweries in the United States, and the granddaddy of craft-beer festivals, Denver, Colorado, has a long history as a beer travel destination.