Trust us, you’re going to need a beer or two after you explore the tunnels of Korea’s Demilitarized Zone. Such a thrilling adventure warrants a night of easy-going craft beer drinking at one of Seoul’s karaoke bars. Let the hops fill your head, and worry only about the notes of your song. You’ll have the chance to geek out over the nuanced flavors at Jeonju’s craft brewery at the end of your trip.
We get it: one of the biggest draws of this eight-day tour through Colombia is the coffee. But if you can be persuaded to try a different type of brew, we’ll introduce you to Bogota’s thriving craft beer scene. You’ll have a full night to appreciate all of the microbrews the city has to offer, only to end the trip in Medellín, where you’ll surely find more to pour. In Salento, beer-induced bravado will set you up for a game of tejo, a traditional sport that involves hurling steel discs at a gunpowder-loaded target. Don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to taste the world’s best coffee in between.
It’s no sin to arrive in Jerusalem and immediately seek out the first bar. In fact, this week-long tour of the Holy Land starts with a sampling of Israeli microbrews at Beer Bazaar. You’ll have a chance to break bread and crash glasses with locals throughout the experience, whether it be during a cooking class in Bethlehem or while pedaling around Tel Aviv on a foodie bicycle tour.
Colorado: the word itself conjures up visions of white mountains and green forests – unless you’re a craft beer connoisseur. The Centennial State has some of the best beers in the US on tap, and you’ll taste tons of them during this eight-day tour. Sip your way through Estes Parks, Denver and Boulder, punctuated by hikes and hot springs to help with your hangover. Your adventure will also take you into Utah – don’t worry, the Beehive State has beer, too.
Embrace the party lifestyle on this five-day culture and craft beer tour of Mexico City. Start local as you tour through markets in search of cold beers and spicy tacos, before working your way through the trendiest bars in Condesa. There’s a quick day trip to the Teotihuacan Pyramids, then a raucous evening of mezcal and beer at the lucha libre wrestling matches. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a michelada – a mix of beer, lime juice, hot sauce, spices and tomato juice. There’s time to call into Frida Kahlo’s house before the mariachi- and margarita-fueled cruise along the Xochimilco canals.