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Crowned Beer City USA 2010, Asheville is a Bohemian-meets-genteel Southern suds mecca with new brews at every turn. ...more
Thousands of audiophiles flock to Austin in September for Austin City Limits, a huge music event where the fest-goers look like rock stars and rock stars look like they’d not rather be anywhere else. When you’re away from the stages, visit the other places that keep Austin beer-friendly and weird....more
Pahk the cah in one of America’s most storied cities, and forget the tea party; it’s time to drink the beer of Boston. ...more
The Big Apple’s beeriest borough overflows with sudsy bars and eateries. ...more
Burlington's not big, but it's definitely beer-soaked. A college town with granola sensibility, here all kinds of craft—beer, cheese and more—flourish on the banks of Lake Champlain. ...more
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In America’s heartland, The D is best known as a motor mecca, but it’s also one of the Midwest’s best places to roll up your sleeves and sip a cool brew. ...more
This Colorado college town with a big-city beer rep revels in its outdoorsy, free-spirited vibe. ...more
Sure it’s got shave ice and Spam, luaus and Don Ho tributes, but there’s more to Honolulu than tourist kitsch--like beer! ...more
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The City of Angels might be best known for its celebrities, but look beyond the glitz and glam to discover more than 100 unique neighborhoods, each offering up quality (and affordable!) beds, breakfasts and beer for all. ...more
With historic bars, homegrown breweries and a restaurant scene worthy of a culinary capital, Miami proves there’s more to its charm than parties and piña coladas....more
How does Philadelphia get off calling itself “the best beer-drinking city in America?” From Belgian bars to gastropubs, the beer scene is a frothy wonder....more
Newly dubbed “Sixburgh” for its Superbowl superiority, this former steel city boasts craft beers, haute cuisine and avant-garde culture. ...more
They call it Beervana, but Portland, Oregon’s got more going for it than just what comes from the taps—though the pints you’ll find here are certainly worth the price of a plane ticket....more
In Utah, the beer might not be big, but make no mistake—there’s a lot of it....more
Peaks and valleys, hiking and biking, views and brews: You can find it all in the City Different. ...more
Tour our nation’s capital: the land of the free and home of the beer. ...more