Entries Tagged as 'Beer Travels'

On the Road: Orcas Island

February 21st, 2014 · No Comments · Beer Travels, Washington Breweries

One of my favorite things about Seattle is how many great weekend trips we have available to us. Whenever a 3-day weekend, like this past Presidents Day weekend, comes around, my wife and I are often found exploring much of what the NW has to offer. Whether you head towards the coast, the mountains, Canada, […]

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Quick Trip: Medford & Ashland to the Trinity Alps

September 6th, 2013 · No Comments · Beer Travels, California Beer

My wife has come to understand that pretty much any vacation/long weekend/excursion is bound to include some beer exploration (Really, she loves it as much as I do). One of the first things I do when we decide to take a trip is research to figure out where we might be able to visit. So, […]

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A Picture Paints a Thousand Words: Sierra Andina Brewing from Peru

April 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Beer Travels

Welcome to random picture month! April is going to be dedicated to posting random pictures of people and places in the beer industry. If you haven’t figured it out, I’ve been travelling for the past few weeks. The wife and I just returned from an unforgettable trip to Peru. There are very few craft breweries […]

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Day #3 in Portland – This is the End…

December 28th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Beer Travels, Oregon Breweries

Day #3 of my Portland excursion last week landed on what could have been the end of the world. So, despite feeling a bit run-down from two days of serious drinking and eating, I wanted to make the most of my last day in PDX. You know, just in case. Click these links to see […]

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Portland in December – Day #2

December 21st, 2012 · 3 Comments · Beer Travels, Oregon Breweries

Do you realize how ridiculous it is that two of the country’s best breweries are within a 10 minute walk of each other? Portland’s Hair of the Dog Brewing Company (HotD) and Cascade Brewing both produce world-class beers, the likes of which you won’t find at your typical neighborhood brewery. The HotD taproom and the […]

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Portland Exploration – It Never Gets Old

December 20th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Beer Travels, Oregon Breweries

I often tell people that one of my favorite things about Seattle is being so close to Portland. Don’t get me wrong; I love Seattle and that is why I live here. But, the Portland beer and food scene has a lot going on as well. There aren’t many cities in the world as close […]

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On the Road: Good Beer & Food on the Las Vegas Strip

October 10th, 2012 · 6 Comments · Beer & Food, Beer Travels

This past weekend found us in Las Vegas for a friend’s wedding, which included a couple days staying on the Strip prior to heading out to neighboring Henderson, NV for the actual wedding. This was just my third time in Las Vegas, and on the first two visits I am fairly certain my good beer […]

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Urban Beer Hike: Northeast Seattle Part 2

May 4th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Beer Travels

If you missed it, make sure to check out the first part of our Northeast Seattle Urban Hike. In the first part, we visited Hudson Public House, Cooper’s Alehouse, and The Reservoir. You can check out photos on Flickr. Not too far up the street from The Reservoir is the Roosevelt Ale House, our next […]

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Urban Beer Hike: Northeast Seattle Part 1

May 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Beer Travels

When it comes to discussing Seattle neighborhoods that boast a lot of options for drinking great beer, you typically hear people mention areas like Ballard, Fremont, West Seattle or Capitol Hill. You likely won’t get many people pronouncing that Lake City, Ravenna, Maple Leaf or Pinehurst are the craft beer center of Seattle. But, this is just another […]

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On the Road: Southern Ohio Exploration Part 2 – Cincinnati

May 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Beer Travels

If you missed the first part of my trip, check out what I found in Dayton, OH in Part 1. You can also find my photos on Flickr. The last day of my trip was spent in Cincinnati, where I had not been since my college days. I’m a big baseball fan (Go Cubs & Mariners) […]

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