Beer & Beer Travel Articles

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The Belgians are Coming!

Belgian Beer Fans will have some great opportunities to enjoy some of their favorite, as well as some hard to get brews, in the next few months. Opportunities go beyond the beer and include some amazing Belgian food pairings and

3 Fresh-Brewed Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is coming up on June 18th. And apparently, card companies like Hallmark and others seem to think that a lot of dads drink beer because this is the time of year we tend to see the most cards

3 Hoppy Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

There is no denying that women make up a growing part of the craft beer universe and Mother’s Day is a great time to share the love of beer with the moms in your life. Here are a few ideas

5 Best Beer Insider Deals

If you live in, or have spent some time with your friends or relatives who reside in South Florida, you might be familiar with the phrase “Such a deal!” Whether you are a shuffleboard playing snowbird in South Florida or

Bon Beer Voyage Holiday Quiz

Answers to the Bon Beer Voyage Holiday Quiz 2016 Which US brewery has been brewing their holiday beer for over 40 years? Anchor Brewing with its “Christmas Ale” aka Our Special Ale This beer was first brewed in 1975 as

7 Suds Themed Stocking Stuffers for Beer Lovers

Cool stocking stuffers can be a challenge, as is coming up with 8 nights of groovy gifts for Chanukah; but it is so much fun when you find that perfect gift that you know will put a smile on your recipients face. So since we celebrate both holidays and have had years of practice in this art, here are a few ideas to help you with that list minute shopping.

5 Fabulous Gifts for Beer Foodies

Likely if you are reading this, you are a beer geek to some degree. There is certainly a variety among those of us who have made beer a part of our lifestyles and I like to think of myself as

Top 5 Reasons Guests Love Living Large on a Beer Tour Barge

When we tell people that we run most of our European tours on barges, those who are not familiar with this delightfully addicting form of travel look at us with what would translate into an emoji as  and we immediately

What’s the Deal with Lederhosen?

This is pretty much how I so eloquently phrased my question to my host, Johannes Faust, as we were walking through a festival in Miltenberg Germany, where Brauhaus Faust has been brewing for almost a century and a half under

Bruges at night on our Beer Trip

Beer Travel – It’s Not All About the Beer

Earlier this month I had the privilege to be part of a panel on beer tourism at the Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference hosted in my home state of Florida. I shared the stage with three awesome fellow beer lovers