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Craft Beer Cruise

Last week, Celebrity Cruises announced new routes leaving from Los Angeles (a first for the company), including two new beer-themed voyages: the 2014 Alaskan Brewing Company cruise, which starts at $1,684, and the California Beer Festival At Sea cruise, which starts at $639. And while themed cruises are something... Read More

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The Best Travel Food Apps

For travelers in search of some culinary adventure, you can let your inner foodie geek out with these new food and drink apps – plus a few old favorites that have recently gotten an update. Here’s a sampling of what to download… ... Read More

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Altbier Dusseldorf

Ask anyone the first thing that comes to their mind when they think of Germany, and beer is sure to come up in conversation. We know all about Oktoberfest, and we know all about Munich, and light versus dark (or at least, enough to get by). But mention the local... Read More

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Hudson Valley Beer Trail

New York State was the beer capital of the country in the 1800s, thanks in large part to fruitful hop farms just north of Manhattan. But Prohibition and the spread of a mold that wiped out crops brought the New York beer industry to a halt in the 1900s.... Read More

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Best Summer Beers

Summer is the perfect time to pop the top on an ice cold beer. But, not just any beer will do. Warm weather lends itself to lighter, crisper brews, and these nine offerings fit the bill as some of the best summer beers. Enjoy at home, or better yet... Read More

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NYC Beer Week

Most cities offer plenty of reasons to visit. Whether it’s fine art or great food, window shopping or bar hopping, there’s something to entertain just about everybody. At times the number of options might actually seem overwhelming to tourists and residents. For years though, multi-day cultural festivals and restaurant... Read More

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Oktoberfest in Argentina Villa General Belgrano

If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the brass bands warming up. Outside of Bavaria, it’s not the kind of music you’re likely to encounter at other times of year, but for the next two weeks, there’s a good chance the autumn air will be filled with the... Read More

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Koozy Kaddy drink holder

Football season is back and we couldn’t be happier here at SkyMall Tuesday headquarters. Fall Sundays are all about football, junk food, and beer. There’s simply nothing better than tailgating with friends before the game, grilling up some brats, and polishing off a case of the cold stuff before... Read More

Beer Can Shorts

Summer is a time for pool parties, beach bashes, and backyard barbecues. What do all three of those have in common (other than awesome alliteration)? Beer. Hot sunny days and muggy summer nights are perfect for a cold one. But what happens when you’re also holding a hamburger, a... Read More

City Swiggers

Don’t know a lager from an IPA? A trip to City Swiggers beer shop and tasting room is your chance to become a true beer connoisseur. With 14 beers on tap and 400 types of beer on sale – as well as a knowledgeable staff – City Swiggers appeals to... Read More


Crack open a cold one and book one of these beer-themed hotel packages. Hop over to the newly opened Hotel Ignacio in St. Louis with the Bike and Brew package for weekend stays in September and October (except September 23-25 and October 7-9 and 21-23). Each weekend, guests will get... Read More

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Queer Beer Festival Toronto

Ahhh, gay equality . . . First comes honorable military service. Then comes marriage. What’s next? The beer gut. That’s right. Out with abs and in with frosty brews! Up in Canada (naturally), the Queer Beer Festival taps the kegs of Toronto on Thursday, August 4. A first-of-its-kind... Read More

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After a long day outdoors enjoying the Rocky Mountain air, knocking back a cold one has got to be pretty nice. Capella Telluride understands. The Telluride, CO hotel has teamed up with local Smuggler’s Brewery to create four custom brews available on draft exclusively in the property’s Onyx Restaurant... Read More

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While downing a cold Guinness yesterday, in preparation for St. Patrick’s day of course, I was inspired to write about my second favorite hobby besides travel . . . beer. Now I’m not a raging alcoholic and I don’t need 12 steps (at least I don’t think I do)... Read More