Wine Country Brews

We’ve all heard the phrase “It takes a lot of beer to make great wine,” which—and we can say this from years of working winery harvests—is dead on. With long hours of dusty, sticky work, it used to be that just about any old beer would do after the last crush of......

Pints of Fire and Ice

For a country roughly the size of Ohio with a population of 319,000, Iceland packs a big punch in a small package (you could drive the perimeter of the country in 24 hours if you don’t stop). Dubbed the “land of fire and ice” for its many volcanoes, glaciers, geysers,......

Home Brew Hotels

We brought you a stellar list of hotels with hops. But sometimes you’re looking for a homier vibe, and that means checking in via new-era vacation home rentals you can book online (often at a great price). Enter the likes of AirBnB , VRBO and HomeAway.com , which have a......

Cities of Gold

It's high summer, and that means one thing: beer . There are over 2,800 breweries in the United States. That makes it hard to know where to begin when planning a beer-based adventure. So we picked five sure fire starters. We can already hear your wails of disbelief: What about Chi-town,......

Tasmanian Revel

Tasmania, an Australian island located approximately 150 miles south of the mainland, is probably most famous for its unofficial animal, the Tasmanian devil (which looks nothing like the Warner Bros. cartoon). The 26th largest island in the world, Tasmania is home to about half a million......

Ales, Sails, and Fish Tales

Instead of merely drinking beer like a fish this summer, why not explore the art of seafood with craft beer? Shellfish, in particular, go well with dry stouts and porters as well as crisper pale ales complementing savory broths and rich batters. You can do this easily at home—read on for......

Turn Your Love of Beer into an Adventure | Partner Pint

Journey through America’s first (and probably favorite) national park all while sipping on some seriously tasty suds. Who wouldn’t want to hike, bike, horseback ride, and raft their way to five Montana breweries in the incredible greater Yellowstone ecosystem? Join Zephyr......

Of Cloisters and Kings

When the lofty-sounding phrase “monastic brewing” is uttered in brewing circles, one country always comes up: Belgium. There, six well-known Trappist breweries are overseen by cloistered monks who take a vow of silence and live by the ascetic teachings of St. Benedict ( ora et......

A Five-Star Stay for the Five Senses

From cosy jerk chicken stands along Seven Mile Beach to Wine Spectator noted chef’s tables in Camana Bay, the Cayman Islands boasts a delectable range of restaurants . Home to spots from renowned names such as Cindy Hutson, Dean Max, and James Beard Award Winner Michael Schwartz, the......

Winter’s Best Beer Fest

What fall? It’s suddenly full-on winter across much of the United States, with freezing temps coast to coast. The best part of the big mercury drop is what’s currently chilling in your mug. The prevalence of bigger, richer beers that simply don’t call your name in, say,......


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