Scoping out a new brewery for a tour is one thing, but pairing a fall brew with seasonal foliage and sightseeing is another trip completely. Rent a car and hit the road on a brew-tour road trip or hit the local brewery near you for a scenic-meets-seasonal brew tour.
Take in the fall foliage and vibrant changing leaves of Vermont on a brew tour. Hit up Harpoon, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Vermont Pub and Brewery and von Trapp Brewing for award-winning craft beers and equally beautiful scenery. Grab a pint and bundle up to sit outside or prop up by the window and enjoy a seasonal brew with a view. ’Tis the season for changing leaves, vibrant fall colors and a crisp cold beer.
From Marquette to Ann Arbor, Michigan is a state riddled with urban and rural breweries. With a fun mix of city scenery, crisp fall air and changing leaves along the water, Michigan’s varied pubs and brew companies, including Blackrocks Brewery, Upper Hand Brewery, Paddle Hard Brewing, Shoreline Brewery, Stony Lake Brewing Company and Chelsea Alehouse Brewery, all offer fun rustic settings, unique décor and indoor and outdoor seating boasting incredible seasonal views.
Between Asheville and Raleigh, North Carolina boasts mild temperatures, vibrant fall foliage and a diverse lineup of breweries to tour. Along the water, Weeping Radish Farm Brewery is the oldest microbrewery in the state, offering German-influenced, farm-to-table fare and great views. Check out Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery, Mother Earth Brewing beer garden, Skull Camp Brewing and Nantahala Brewing Taproom for live music along the way.
We can see it now and remember when it happened to us: Watching as the black car icon loops around and around, seemingly endlessly, and our wait time on the rideshare app continually changes. Long wait times and confused drivers are just a few bothersome issues that can nag at rideshare users. Need a solution? Ditch rideshares altogether in favor of renting a car on your next trip.
As solo travel becomes more and more popular, introverts may wonder if the seemingly courageous act is one they would enjoy. The truth is introverts aren’t necessarily shy or anti-social, but they gain energy from their alone time and often need quiet in order to recharge. So long as there are opportunities for such solo moments, a solo trip can be an introvert’s dream vacation. Here are a few ways to make the most of a solo trip as an introvert.