Craft Beer Tourist

Ken and April biking in Trent South Dakota

Craft Beer Travelers Top 5 of 2020

As I was compiling all of our data for 2020, I found myself bitching about all the money we spent eating out, drinking beer, maintaining our mountain bikes and traveling. But the truth is, this is what we love to do. So, why would we stop? Here are our top 5 lists for things beer, biking and travel related. We hope you find this list entertaining, informative and helpful when planning your 2021 craft beer lifestyle.

Hoppy Saison from Yachats on the paddleboard on the beach Oregon coastal brewery tour

Coastal Brewery Tour of Washington and Oregon

From Washington to Oregon, you’ll find a lot of breweries to keep you drinking along the entire coast. We’ve got them all here for you from north to south. You’ll know what breweries & towns to explore, so you can create your very own epic ale trail.

a flight of craft beer in Seattle at Stoup Brewing

Where to Drink Craft Beer in Seattle

We love craft beer, but sometimes it can be quite intimidating trying to figure out where to find it, especially in Seattle, a city of 4 million people and 60 breweries. We’ve done the research for you, so all you have to do is get there. This is where to drink craft beer in Seattle.

Skeleton and beer at Cielito Lindo Baja Mexico

Baja Beer and Travel Journal: Expat Stories at Cielito Lindo

We are all about the stories when we travel, and Baja was no different. Still without a real plan or destination, we headed out after El Campo #5, only knowing that we wanted to go where the warmth and the beaches were. And we wanted to find the stories of the places and the people along the way. Little did we know, we would do just that at Cielito Lindo Motel and RV Park, just south of San Quintin, Baja California Norte.