Tag: Craft Beer

Middleton Brewing

In addition to wineries the Texas Hill Country has a number of breweries and we checked out Middleton Brewing. Their rooftop patio is the perfect place to enjoy a beer along with a countryside view. Keltin and I enjoyed a beer flight. All of them were delicious but it was a bit too hot out

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Introduction: Visiting Wimberley

Keltin and I love the Texas Hill Country and we had this trip pre-planned before the pandemic. Yes, we still went on our vacation but we defiantly changed how we traveled. Pre-pandemic we were quite spontaneous when traveling, just trying new things as we came across them but going in to this trip we knew

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Cellarman’s Pub and Brewery

After our camping trip and a bit more hiking around Eisenhower State Park we were starving and decide to grab some lunch but we had Bear with us and didn’t know any place that was dog friendly. A quick internet search and I found Cellarman’s Pub and Brewery. Smoking is allowed on the patio, but

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Colorado: In Review

Colorado is always a wonderful state to visit. There is so much to see and to do. I learned that I need to be in better shape for some of those longer hikes because there are so many more that I want to go on. If you missed any of my Colorado adventures check them

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Colorado: Brown Dog Pizza

While visiting Telluride we sniffed out a good place for a early lunch. We knew that with all the runners and their families in town that all the places to eat on the main street would be packed soon. We decided to stop at Brown Dog Pizza. They had a wall of TVs and Keltin

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Colorado: Riff Raff Brewing

During our exploration of downtown Pagosa Springs the wind began to really pick up so Keltin and I decided to duck into Riff Raff Brewing for a flight while the weather called down. The staff was really friendly and they were happy to chat with us. This was a quick visit for some good beer.

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Colorado: Pagosa Brewing Co.

After leaving Chimney Rock National Monument Keltin and I were starving and decided it was time to visit Pagosa Brewing Co. We just sampled a flight but they were all good! Wolf Creek Wheat – a cloudy, refreshing beer Classic Pils – light and slightly citrus Chile Verde Cerveza – it’s spicy green chile beer,

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Colorado: The Mr. Grumpy Pants Brewery

This is the brewery I had to try just for the name – and it was totally worth it. The Mr. Grumpy Pants Brewery was actually one of my favorite places, just a little brewery full of sass and good beer (with simple names). I tried the smoked brown and Keltin sampled the stout. The

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Colorado: Red Mountain Brewing

Colorado has a plethora of breweries and we actually visited two in Ouray. The first was for lunch, the second because of the name but more about that one later. We enjoyed lunch on the dog friendly patio of Red Mountain Brewing right on the main street. They don’t have a large beer list and

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Colorado: Steamworks Brewing Co.

Upon arriving in Durango, we were starving and decided to visit Steamworks Brewing. We sat on the patio and enjoyed the breeze while eating some good food with some fantastic beer. This was the best way to start our vacation. Our flight: Colorado Kolsch – perfect beer for a hot day. Slightly citrus taste at

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