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How to Get the Most Out of Your Visit to Stone Brewing

How to Get the Most Out of Your Visit to Stone Brewing

If size matters — and in beer, it does — Stone Brewing is a San Diego heavyweight. One of over 150 breweries citywide, Stone has the largest craft brewery in Southern California, and ranks among the 10 top-selling breweries nationwide. Stone has multiple locations across San Diego as well as in two other beer hotspots (Richmond, […]

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One of America’s Great Beer Cities Is Catching Its Second Wind

One of America’s Great Beer Cities Is Catching Its Second Wind

If you visit Milwaukee, be prepared to talk about beer. A lot. Nicknamed “Brew City,” and located 80 miles north of Chicago, Milwaukee has had hops running through its veins for longer than some cities have existed. If you’ve ever sipped a PBR, High Life, Schlitz, or any number of other popular domestic beers that […]

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You Have Exactly Two Chances to Ride This Craft Beer Train Through Colorado

You Have Exactly Two Chances to Ride This Craft Beer Train Through Colorado

The Durango Brew Train sounds too good to be true, and it almost is. Twice a year, a luxuriously restored 1920s steam locomotive travels deep into the Colorado wilderness, with local craft brewers on board to host guided tastings. Each trip culminates in a beer- and music-fueled party in the middle of the forest. It’s […]

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Where to Eat, Drink, and Hike in the Hudson Valley, According to the Owners of Its Coolest Wine Bar

Where to Eat, Drink, and Hike in the Hudson Valley, According to the Owners of Its Coolest Wine Bar

The Hudson Valley is what Williamsburg, Brooklyn was 10 years ago. It’s teaming with artists, musicians, and young creatives who see the world a little differently — and want to make their mark. Because rents are cheaper than, say, New York City, and the earth is fertile, creating a successful food business, whether it’s a […]

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Now’s the Time to Plan Your Craft Beer Pilgrimage to Napa and Sonoma

Now’s the Time to Plan Your Craft Beer Pilgrimage to Napa and Sonoma

I was into my third 10-ounce glass of Pliny the Younger when I noticed the line snaking outside Russian River Brewing’s taproom in downtown Santa Rosa, Calif. “Five hours,” a bouncer told me. That was the estimated wait time to enter the hallowed halls of Sonoma County’s most revered brewery. Beer pilgrims hailing from 40 […]

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