Before we arrived in Belgrade, Serbia, we had a few expectations (always scary, right?). We expected a buzzing Balkan city. We expected fascinating Socialist-era architecture. We expected signs in Cyrillic. What we didn’t expect was to find amazing craft beer bars in Belgrade – but we did!… Read the rest
The Czech Republic is many things – history, architecture, art…and beer. Czechia is the birthplace of the pilsner and Prague has long had a reputation as the beer capital of the world. Beer, which often costs less than a bottle of water, is for sale in every nook and cranny of historic Prague.… Read the rest
Wherever we are in the world, we seek out local craft beer bars. We love learning the stories behind the breweries and tasting the unique local flavors. On our trip to Reykjavik, we were intent on sampling locally produced beer from Iceland (regardless of how much it cost!).… Read the rest
Bermondsey Beer Mile in London is everything that we love about craft beer! It’s local, creative, unpretentious and the beer is absolutely delicious.
Unlike the classic and cozy pubs in London that serve tepid real ales, the Bermondsey Beer Mile is offering an alternative beer scene.… Read the rest
We’re going to let you in on a not-so-little secret: We like beer. And, we love craft beer. And right now, Nova Runda craft brew from Zagreb, Croatia is pretty high on our list.
During our first year of travel, we tried a hefty number of craft brews around the world.… Read the rest
We didn’t have high expectations for the bars in Lecce, Italy. It is a small, historic town that markets its architecture more than its nightlife. Being in the middle of a lesser-known wine region, we’d certainly see wine bars, but we were unsure what we would find in the way of craft beer and cocktails.… Read the rest
As if there isn’t enough to love about Wellington, New Zealand – like the scenic landscapes and cool city vibes – we’ve got another reason: Wellington Craft Beer Bars. In fact, the city is known as the Craft Beer Capital of New Zealand – and for good reason.… Read the rest
Not only is Bariloche, Argentina saturated in exquisite natural beauty, it also boasts a hefty number of local breweries. Most of the Bariloche craft beer, called cerveza artesanal, is produced on a small scale using fresh, natural and local ingredients – most importantly the crystal-clear mountain water.… Read the rest