Need a present for a craft beer aficionado in your life? We’ve got you covered!
By Iain Oldman | 09/25/23
Just in time for Halloween, we've matched up our 13 favorite fall beers with 13 horror movies that make a bloody good pair.
By Iain Oldman | 09/01/23
Nestled in the heart of the American Midwest, Des Moines, Iowa, is a city full of pleasant surprises for curious travelers. At times overlooked in the atlas of Midwestern cities, Des Moines boasts plentiful contemporary restaurants, civic centers and entertainment attractions. And not to be overlooked, breweries in Des Moines—and, indeed, Iowa at large—have long […]
Over the past half decade, the hazy IPA has become a kingmaker for craft breweries around the world. Indeed, most contemporary craft brewery tap walls will dedicate at least one line for hazies, and it is common to find breweries selling a handful of hazy or New England-style IPAs at once. But it wasn’t always […]
One of our nation’s most historic homes of invention and industry, Omaha, Nebraska, continues to be a city that inspires residents and visitors. Omaha is one of the American Midwest’s most iconic cities and is home to several Fortune 500 companies, historic sites, national sports tournaments and much more. Now, with more than 100 years […]
Home to more than 200 fountains, iconic barbecue joints and trendy neighborhoods, Kansas City, Missouri, has quietly re-emerged as one of the brightest gems of the American Midwest. That’s nothing new to natives of Kansas City, of course. The Fountain City boasts a deep history that has impacted American culture over the past century. Kansas […]
Over the past decade, San Antonio has quietly racked up an impressive collection of craft breweries and chic restaurants to complement the city’s historic roots. While its neighbor to the north—Austin—has garnered the attention of national media, San Antonio continues to build on its base of fantastic brewing history with independent brewers that reflect the […]
City Brew Tours returns to running tours with expansions in new cities After enduring the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the past 12 months have proven to be a positively transformative period for City Brew Tours. City Brew Tours has used the past year to expand on existing products, branch out into new markets and, […]
Have a holiday or other special occasion coming up? Brighten up your meal with a menu specifically suited for the beer styles you plan to serve.Now is the time of year that we start to see those heavy hitting beers freeing themselves from their high gravity fermenters and breaking through the charred walls of their […]
The annual scholarship aims to support the growth and development of future beer industry leaders December 6, 2021 City Brew Tours, an award-winning curator of craft beer tours and experiences in North America, is now accepting applications for its second annual Talent on Tap Scholarship program. This scholarship fund goes to support woman-identifying people of […]
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and like millions of other Americans you have planned your festivities down to a T. You’ve bought your turkey, planned out your sides and invited all your guests over—yes, even weird Uncle Dave. But you’ve yet to sort out one last thing: What beer should I drink with Thanksgiving […]
Today, there are so many different types of both Porters and Stouts, and so much overlap that it can be hard to tell the difference. Most of the time, it seems like there isn’t one at all. But is there? Every time another person asks “what’s the difference between porters and stouts?” they are […]
When its time to step out of the office with your company it’s also the best time to pour out some delicious craft brews and let everyone relax!
By Kate Hellner Originating as a marriage celebration between royalty over 200 years ago, Oktoberfest has since come to represent so much more—Bavarian tradition and culture; food, fun, revelers joining together, not just in Munich, but all over the world. However, these days, beer is the first thing that comes to mind when you think […]
By: Laura Juntunen When you imagine Oktoberfest, I’m sure the first thing that comes to mind is the Oktoberfest beers! But, have you considered what else this folk festival has to offer? Have you questioned if there are other activities your kids would enjoy? Well, there is so much more to this beer festival than […]
By Kate Hellner Crisp beers flowing from the tap into fresh steins, crowds of revelers decked out in their finest (or most ironic) lederhosen, upbeat music drifting between the tents. It is the quintessential image of Oktoberfest. But, what is a day of drinking Bavarian beers without feasting on equally iconic Oktoberfest food? The rich, […]
By Audrey Quinn Although there isn’t much variety in the beer served at Oktoberfest, the 17 large and 21 small tents at the event could not be more different! This isn’t your typical tailgate tent, however, as these tents clock in at thousands of square feet and take three months to set up. From crossbow […]