Beercation | Craft Beer & Brewing


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.

Beercation: Tampa, Florida

Florida was long a craft-beer backwater, but over the past few years, that reputation has completely shifted, on the strength of an intensely creative brewing scene on Florida’s west coast.

8 Off-The-Radar Destination Breweries To Visit

At the risk of revealing some of the country’s best-kept secrets, here are some off-the-radar breweries that are worth traveling far and wide for.

Beercation: Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville has everything you’d want in a perfect craft-beer town—clean water, endless outdoor activities, and a cool counter-cultural vibe.

4 Tips for Beercations on a Budget

Whether it’s that destination farmhouse brewery in the middle of the country, a burgeoning beer city across the globe, or a brand new brewery in your own state, you know you want to go.

Beercation: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Beer Done with Intensity (and a Wry Sense of Fun)

Beercation: Portland, Oregon

Portland’s beer culture offers something for everyone—from some of the best barrel-aged sour beers in the country to an expansive chain of locally owned craft brewpubs and bars, and craft-beer pioneers in their fourth decade of brewing.

Beercation: San Diego

San Diego’s all-encompassing craft-beer culture continues to support and incubate a growing number of younger breweries.

Beercation: Chicago

The beer culture in Chicago is reflective of the city itself: compelling, unabashed, and progressive.

Beercation Boosts the Economic Impact of Craft Beer in a Big Way

Beer tourism used to be what we beer geeks just called vacation, but in the past decade “beercation” has become a lucrative trend with a catchy name.