The craft beer scene in the United States is booming. There are breweries big and small throughout the country. Some cities boast more breweries than you can see in one visit. Craft beer fans should make their way to these cities first.
Asheville, North Carolina
Nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is home to many award-winning craft breweries. There are more than two dozen breweries within city limits, with more throughout the region.
Boston is home to breweries big and small — ever hear of Sam Adams (https://www.samueladams.com)? Whatever your preference, there’s a beer for you.
Many cities in Colorado have great breweries. Start your Colorado brewery experience in Denver. In addition to craft breweries, there are also plenty of brewpubs combining great food with beer.
Portland has been known for its popular craft beer scene for decades. There are more than 75 in the city, with some open since the 1980s.
Los Angeles is a sunny city with beautiful beaches. One could argue L.A. is the “New York of the West,” as the city is culturally diverse and has a strong financial and cultural influence on the country as a whole. It is also a much-sought-after destination among travelers for its beaches and the fame associated with the city.
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