Breweries in Denver may be a dime a dozen: Scour the streets for local favorites and you’re bound to find more than you’ll have time to try. Begin in the Five Points and LoDo sections of Denver and you’ll have a full day of budget-friendly brews in the casual, cool locales for which the city is known.
Cheap brews? Check. Restored industrial building? Check. Spangalang Brewery is a quintessential Denver brew dive in the Five Points neighborhood. With a lot of personality, this brewery is a must for locally produced, cleverly named brews and fun, buzzing, casual downtown vibes.
With award-winning home-brewed beer, food truck eats and a lively atmosphere, Great Divide Brewing Co., is a worthy stop on your self-guided Denver brew tour. Choose from seasonal favorites and limited-time specials, like Mexican Chocolate Yeti, an imperial stout available while supplies last in October.
When you’re looking for a vibe just as much as you’re seeking a great IPA, Cerebral Brewing is your scene. This science-themed brewery boasts an epic tap list and fully-stocked event calendar.
For German beer fans, Prost Brewing is a must-visit. With German-style craft brews, casual patio seating and great views of the city, Prost offers a fun, international twist on Denver’s laid-back brew culture.
Vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise for a multitude of reasons, from documentary movies revealing the treatment of the animals humans consume to the economic and environmental impacts of consuming meat and other animal-based foods. Cities around the world are more well-aware than ever that they need to satisfy visitors of any dietary choice or taste. A study conducted by WalletHub resulted in a list of the best U.S. cities for vegetarians and vegans using 17 criteria, including the number of restaurants that serve meatless options, the cost of groceries for non-meat eaters and the number of salad shops per capita. And the results are in.
Oaxaca is, without a doubt, a city so impressive one must experience it firsthand to understand its splendor. It is an incomparable place that will leave you in awe of its cultural wealth, a place that invites you to experience the extraordinary. In this light, Posadas celebrates the opening of Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca, an irresistible option for enjoying this magnificent state in an exclusive and fascinating way.
Ever stepped onboard a long-haul flight and cringed at the site of your seat? You might envy short people who have ample room to spread out, but they have their own unique brand of problems. Dangling short legs off a seat for hours is less than ideal, especially if lower back issues are also involved.
Sitges, Spain, 35 kilometers south of Barcelona, may be one of the best destinations for a LGBTQ+ traveler. It is a beautiful town on the coast of Costa Brava and arguably the gay capital of Europe. Homosexuality has been legal since 1979 and gay marriage has been legal since 2005, so Spain is a LGBTQ+-friendly destination for people in the community. Throughout the town, there are pride flags of all sizes flown to show off inclusiveness.