The market specializes in locally hand-crafted items and seasonal local produce.
Walking Food Tour- Southern Part of Heaven and Paris of the Piedmont On this leisurely walk through the downtown streets of Chapel Hill & Carrboro
Food Truck Fest at the Camarillo Ranch
Your guide will provide insights into distillation and fermentation science, viticulture, and all things tasty.
In effort not only to promote the GO LOCAL philosophy, but to bring yoga to beer lovers as well, we present Bend and Brew!
This is the only beer festival for and by Texas Brewers. Features the best of Texas craft brewers and displays the beer community.
It’s an easy walk (or crawl) to each beer crawl location as they are all in the heart of downtown Reno.
Practice yoga and enjoy a brew after!
Wild Wolf Brewing Company is teaming up with local artists to give our guests the chance to take a piece of Virginia home with them.
Come have a blast deep in the forest with a professional naturalist guide and, like a true Bendite, enjoy a hand-crafted micro-brew while staring at magnificent mountain vistas! We blaze our own trail away from other people to little known viewpoints.
Athens, Georgia welcomes back “AlanFest 2015, always carrying a smile!” AlanFest is a benefit concert series with all proceeds supporting the David Alan Lewis Memorial Scholarship in Landscape Architecture at the University of Georgia. Their goal is to share Alan’s story, bring people together, and support a future landscape architect in Alan’s memory.
All participating breweries will bring their heartiest brews - many not usually available in North Carolina - for you to enjoy. Pair that with a hearty Southern-style spread and a live show by People’s Blues of Richmond and it’s a can’t-miss Saturday!
Arizona’s growing thirst for craft beer will be quenched when Arizona Beer Week returns
Hotel Congress presents a the 3rd annual celebration of all-local brews featuring a “people’s choice” vote for best brew in Tucson.
Thunderbird Lake Tahoe docent-guided tours arriving by land operate Tuesday through Saturday from the Tuesday before Memorial Day weekend through mid-October.
Downtown Fort Collins’s newest event FORToberfest, Sept 19 & 20, has an impressive music lineup and brings this end of summer celebration for Fort Collins. The city’s music scene, rich history of beer brewing, and extremely active bicycle culture help give character to the Downtown area and to Fort Collins. FORToberfest will help bring the three elements of our Fort Collins popular culture together, bicycles, beers and bands.
A fun downtown festival where local vendors offer a variety of German-style food, European beer (including some local brews!) and live Oktoberfest music.
Carolina Brewery in Chapel Hill is hosting a Charity night on Sunday, August 17th from 5-9 pm for Nourish International! Carolina Brewery has generously agreed to donate 10% of their profits generated at the charity night in support of the mission at Nourish International (http://www.nourish.org).
The Mile High Brew Fest is a premiere event that will take place on August 16, 2014 at the corner of the historic Courthouse Plaza on “Whiskey Row” and Goodwin streets in Prescott, Arizona.
Fermentation is the magical preservation process that transforms ordinary ingredients into the extraordinary beer, wine, spirits, breads and cheeses that we so love. Join a culinary adventurer as we learn about this chemical process that has been a staple of human nutrition since the dawn of humanity.
Tastes and tours during Downtown Farmers’ Market! Your weekly summer stop for beer tastings and Tower Theatre tours, starting Wednesday June 4.
On the Local Pour Tour, you will gain insights into each process along the way and your guide will help weave together all three artisanal practices.
This extremely popular event takes place the fourth Saturday of every month.
Attendees have an opportunity to sample domestic, nationally recognized and locally distributed craft beers across 15 different unique bars and restaurants all within walking distance of the City’s most iconic attractions in Downtown Reno.
When the University of North Carolina was chartered in 1789, making it the old est state university in the United States This small, historic city in North Carolina grew up around the nation’s first state university. Chapel Hill, with a population of 5l,485, retains a small-town ambiance in a highly cosmopolitan environment.