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Beer Travel: Chicago

Beer Travel: Chicago

It’s hard to sum up a beer trip to Chicago in one short article. It’s just as hard to sum Chicago up only in regards to beer, but we can try: Whether for a beer-centric trip or not, Chicago is ...

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Lower Hudson River Valley

Lower Hudson River Valley

By: Adam Baer Do you enjoy visiting new breweries, seeking out beer bars known for stellar tap lists paired with upscale food, and scoring rare offerings from bottle shops that are not available in your neck of the woods? Sounds ...

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San Francisco

San Francisco

The brew city by the bay By: Matt Brasch San Francisco is famous for many things–like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Prison, and being the birthplace of the Grateful Dead–but now the City by the Bay finds itself as a ...

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Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

Over-the-Rhine and under the ground. Much like Philadelphia, the city of Cincinnati has a rich history of brewing. At its peak, it was one of the four biggest beer-producing cities in the country. Breweries such as Christian Moerlein, Conrad Weindisch, ...

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Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The craft beer culture in New England has been exploding as of late, with some of the most sought-after breweries in the country calling it home. The states of Maine and Vermont have become meccas, as beer drinkers regularly plan destination trips there to ...

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Canada’s Craft Brew Center

Canada’s Craft Brew Center

When one thinks of Canadian beer, thoughts of traditional lagers come to mind, such as Labatt, Molson and Moosehead. However, in the city recognized as Canada’s financial center and known for the CN Tower, the NHL’s Maple Leafs and the ...

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Cleveland Rocks!

Cleveland Rocks!

Every week, Drew Carey and his co-stars victoriously chanted “Cleveland ROCKS,” introducing his eponymously named sitcom. At the time, most people outside of Cleveland were probably unsure as to what it was that rocked about Cleveland. Not much is usually ...

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Exploring Frederick, MD

Exploring Frederick, MD

Despite its relatively close proximity to Philadelphia, the small city of Frederick, Maryland, is often overlooked. Lost in the shadow of Baltimore and D.C.’s respectively blossoming craft beer scenes, it’s easy to see how it goes unnoticed. D.C. and Baltimore ...

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An Overlooked Part of New York

An Overlooked  Part of New York

New York has become synonymous with New York City. Its identity has been almost entirely consumed by that massive city/cultural center of the world. It’s a very understandable situation, but the rest of New York shouldn’t be overlooked; and as ...

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Travel Local

Travel Local

Surrounding the city of Philadelphia is a number of great bars and breweries. Actually, there are many more breweries outside the city than within. There may be a lot more bars in the city that tend to be highly convenient ...

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