It was about three years ago when a few friends and I took a ride an hour north of the Philly suburbs to visit a local brewery. That trek was a catalyst that sparked a chain reaction of brewery visits around the nation. Since that visit an explosion has also been happening around the country, a demand for high quality, good tasting beer.
In 2010, 97 new microbreweries open and in 2011 a whopping 174 new microbreweries open their doors. In addition to the desire to sample these new ales and lagers around the nation people are also willing to make non site visits. That is where this site offers assistance. This site is a growing comprehensive look around the US at different microbrewery tours. Sure, you can visit beeradvocate.com if you want to know facts about the beer and how it taste, or you can go to an local state run site about tourism in a specific town or city but this site offers a look at multiple cities and multiple places to visit.
Who’s giving it away for free and what their policies are: