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This group is for anyone that likes to seek out good craft beer along their travels. None of that macro brew crap! We've managed to hit quite a few breweries along our RV adventur... see more

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  • theodorefarmer
    theodorefarmer :
    If you find yourself in SW Ohio Jungle Jim's is a must stop. www.junglejims.com 4,000 beers, approximately 20 on tap that you can sample or have a pint while shopping. I picked up a Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale after sampling it. Really nice brew. They als...  more
    • May 29
    • Charles Truax and 1 other like this.
    • theodorefarmer
      Charles Truax Thanks for the recommendation! It sounds just like my kind of place.
  • theodorefarmer
    theodorefarmer :
    Had Eleanor a nice double IPA at the Blue Cat Brewpub Rock Island, IL. They have a really nice menu also.
    • May 23
    • Dallas & Tammy and 3 others like this.
    • theodorefarmer
      Dallas & Tammy Been there many times. Great house of brews and yes, great food also.
      • May 23
  • TerrinJoe
    TerrinJoe:
    Just camped near Apalachicola FL & besides the fresh seafood feast almost every night made it to the only local brewery, Oyster City Brewery that shared Red Right Return as the name of a beer made by my local brewery Marker 48 (the reason for the first p...  more
    • May 22
  • theodorefarmer
    theodorefarmer :
    I found this nice barrel aged stout in a Hy Vee store in Milan, IL.
    Good burbon flavor as it warms.
    • May 22
  • JoeTex16
    JoeTex16 :
    Ok fellow beer mates, I have a question and seeking expert advice. I'm going to spend the day in and around Estes Park tomorrow and I've read that there are several craft breweries in the area. Which one serves the best beer (ale or something close) at ...  more
    • May 21
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    • JoeTex16
      Jeff & Wendy The one that’s open ;)
    • JoeTex16
      pkhalin It's been a long time but Estes Park Brewery was ok.  Not overly impressed with their ales but it's a nice place.  Serves food.  Looks like they have a couple new{er} ones, Rock Cut and Tavern 1929 but never been there.  Since you're i...  more
    • JoeTex16
      SSOwens Found this too late to actually help, but I would be interested in hearing where you ended up going. Hopefully you made it to Rock Cut or Lumpy ridge. If you made it down the hill into the Loveland/Fort Collins area, there is no shortage of options to fol...  more
      • June 18
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      • JoeTex16
        JoeTex16 Believe it or not, I ended up drinking a beer at some Mexican restaurant in town. Some sort of ale.
        • June 18
  • Joe Louden
    Joe Louden:
    I think i have found kindred spirits. Last year I visited 78 new to me breweries in New Zealand & USA. This year I'm at 34 mostly in Florida where I spent the winter. This picture is at Bardo Brewing across the street from National's Park in Washington...  more
    • May 21
  • Jeff & Wendy
    Jeff & Wendy :
    Enjoying a whiskey barrel aged Rye-Teous Rye IPA at Big Barn Brewery in Mead Washington. For those that belong to Harvest Hosts there is a host nearby too.
    • May 20
    • Charles Truax and 3 others like this.
    • Jeff & Wendy
      Charles Truax I'm getting to like the barrel aged beers more and more, especially the stouts! The taste is astonishing! Not beer, perhaps, but the taste is wonderful!
      • May 20
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      • Jeff & Wendy
        Jeff & Wendy I would agree, stouts are nice when aged in a nice whiskey barrel. This Rye IPA wasn’t bad either. Very mellow with a touch of sweetness. Nothing like their non-barrel aged Rye.
        • May 20
    • Jeff & Wendy
      Rita and Bob Our favorites are the stouts aged in whiskey barrels.
  • Charles Truax
    Charles Truax :
    In Windsor, ON I found this dark IPA. It's like a stout with added hops. Very nice!
    • May 12
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  • theodorefarmer
    theodorefarmer :
    Hi all, I just joined the group. My wife and I are traveling this great country of our. My passion is beer. My wife's passion is knitting. So, breweries and yarn shops are high on our list.
    While in the Houston area I made it to Spindle Tap, Saloon Door, ...  more
    • May 8
    • The Mountains and 4 others like this.
    • theodorefarmer
      Rita and Bob What do they blend the stouts with? Intriguing!
    • theodorefarmer
      Chappy88 Yeah, I would like to hear some of those! I am a big stout fan.
      • May 8
    • theodorefarmer
      beyondskp Back in the late 90s my favorite bartender at the Gingerman in Manhattan used to make a dessert drink of Celis Raspberry from Texas with an English Milk Stout. Not usually a fan of mixing, but that was delicious.
    • theodorefarmer
      theodorefarmer They blend their different stouts. Strawberry stout with vanilla stout etc. 
    • theodorefarmer
      D & D Palmer Try St Arnolds, B-52 & Southern Star.
  • Joni Craig Hally
    Joni Craig Hally:
    We just stayed at Grand Canyon Railway Rv Park in Williams, AZ. Decent parking lot type rv park. The plus us that It's walking distance to 2 breweries & downtown with lots of nice restaurants, pubs, etc. The brewery/distillery we liked most was across the...  more
    • May 7
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    • Barry & Millie-Ambassadors and 6 others like this.
    • Joni Craig Hally
      Judy and Doug You had me at the $6 growler lol!
    • Joni Craig Hally
      Joni Craig Hally Yes it shocked us Too! 64 oz. Also
    • Joni Craig Hally
      R&R Primmer Hod no idea there was a "Beer Travel" group, so thanks for sharing, I am now a group member. Love my beers and look forward to sharing some of my brewery and brew pub experiences on here. Now I just need to get my RV picked up in Florida and get on the road
    • Joni Craig Hally
      Joni Craig Hally Welcome & hope you're out enjoying the road soon! Cheers!