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Top 4 Reasons You Should Join Our Brewlicious Colorado Hike, Bike and Beer Tour!
July 23, 2012 / By: Erika, Tour MarketingTweet
Let’s talk. Before we reveal the top four reasons you should join our Brewlicious Colorado! Hike, Bike and Beer Tour (October 8, 2012-October 12, 2012) we think you should know a few important facts. Here goes:
- In 2012, Colorado ranks second in the nation with the most number of breweries by state 1;
- Colorado ranks third in breweries per capita by state 2;
- Colorado is home to approximately twenty hop farms;
- Denver, Colorado hosts the world-renown Great American Beer Festival (GABF); and
- Colorado has 139 unique breweries just begging to be explored!
If all these impressive stats aren’t enough to convince you to join us, then take a peek at our top four reasons you should join our Brewlicious Colorado! Hike, Bike and Beer Tour and we bet you’ll be packing your bags pronto!
- Amazing Scenery. Colorado is truly a gorgeous state. During this active beer tour, you’ll hike Boulder’s famous Flatiron Mountains, bike along the 30-mile Boulder trail network, and explore Rocky Mountain National Park and Brainerd Lake National Recreation Area (and we’re just getting started!) –All unique locations that have one thing in common- a stellar reputation for beauty.
- Explore, explore! Each day of the five day, four night tour includes a hike or bike to explore Colorado’s rich natural treasures and a visit to a brewery. Meet brewers, discover new beer styles, and learn more about this interesting craft. Then, after the sun falls, enjoy a much deserved meal at one of Colorado’s fine brew pubs and discover a range of local culinary flavors.
- Bring on the GABF. So you’ve hiked, biked, and brewed… now it’s time to hit one of the most famous beer events on the planet: the Great American Beer Festival. With over 2,000 beers available for sampling, you’re sure to find a flavor to please your senses. Are your friends going to be jealous or what?
- All are Welcome. Like all of our active tours, we’ve put a great deal of effort into planning the tour to ensure guests of nearly all ability and interest levels enjoy an equally fabulous time. When possible, we’ve incorporated multiple routes that range in difficulty- making this a great tour for couples of differing ability and interest levels. –And let’s get one thing straight: you don’t have to be a beer connoisseur to partake in this tour. A healthy curiosity is all you need!
During the course of five days you’ll experience fresh flavors from at least six distinctive breweries and enjoy a specially prepared beer pairing dinner. Brewery visits include Walnut Brewery, Boulder Beer Company, New Belgium Brewery, Coopersmith’s Pub & Brewing, Estes Park Brewery, and Wynkoop Brewery (Colorado’s first brewpub.)
Carefully selected accommodations ensure a comfortable, well-rested night. Lodging includes Millenium Hotel in Boulder, the Armstrong Hotel in Fort Collins (the only remaining historic hotel located in Old Town,) and the recently remodeled Stanley Hotel, built in 1923 and still the premier property in the Rocky Mountain National Park area.
This tour is a sensational way to get to know the land and brew of Colorado, with the support of top-notch guides all along the way. We’ll toast to that!
1,2 Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division, March 2012; Brewers Association, www.brewersassociation.org; Colorado Brewers Guild, www.coloradobeer.org.
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