Category: Craft Beer

10 Things to See and Do in Manhattan this Summer

Recently on an exciting trip to New York City, it seemed everyone was a wide-eyed tourist. According to NYC & Company, the city’s official tourism arm, there were a record-breaking 65.2 million visitors exploring NYC in 2018. Most were out of state visitors, however there were over one millions tourists from Great Britain and China visiting “The Big Apple.” Fun Fact: During the 1920s The reference to “The Big Apple” was used as a reference by John J. Fitz Gerald to the city’s prominence in horse racing. It became popular in the 1970s as an advertisement campaign. Staying three nights at...

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Go to Auckland for the Beer, Not the Adventure

When most travellers think about New Zealand, they think of it as a place of adventure and majestic scenery. However, a growing food and drink scene is making the country rise among the ranks of gastronomic destinations to visit. Home to some of the most amazing produce, delicious meals and arguably Oceania’s finest beverages, here are 5 must-do’s on the culinary trail in New Zealand, as curated by travel experts New Zealand Walking Tours. Experience the Growing Craft Beer Scene An underdog in the world of craft beer, the microbrewery craft beer scene has been gaining momentum in New...

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The Art of Beer Craftsmanship

Oktoberfest has been an annual tradition for over 200 years, give or take the few dozen years it was cancelled due to war, disease and other political complications. The first celebration commenced on October 12, 1810, with the wedding celebration of Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen in Munich. The official Oktoberfest is celebrated in Germany, and travelers from around the world make their pilgrimage to celebrate in the beer celebration capital of the world. If you cannot make the journey, there is sure to be a local gala happening in your hometown. To get the most...

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