Brew City Biker

Exploring the world of craft beer by bike

Bike Vermont

Vibrant reds, oranges and yellows cap the end of summer in Vermont. You can never pinpoint exactly when the leaves will change, or how quickly. I count myself lucky to have been present during “peak” and had access to a… Continue Reading →

Vermont Beer

Wherever you go, you will find an IPA. A staple of Vermont craft beer, hops rule in the state. But you can still find fabulous brown ales, porters, pale ales, lagers and stouts and the hoppy trail isn’t necessarily the… Continue Reading →

From Me to You: The Bliss of Blogging

When you write, you look at the world with wonder. Casual observers take heed. Writing about the world naturally causes you to slow down and take a look around to see all the details, from veins snaking through the leaves… Continue Reading →

Utah Beer

Proudly pinned on the chests of the staff at Wasatch Brewing, black bottle openers were thoughtfully placed for the duty of opening bottles. Ordering off the divided menu, patrons have the choice of bottle or on tap. What you can’t… Continue Reading →

Bike Jackson Hole, Wyoming

In the valley below the massive, jagged Grand Teton mountains, there lies an area called Jackson Hole. The city of Jackson has received a Gold Bicycle Friendly Community ranking from the League of American Bicyclists. Part of this is designation… Continue Reading →

Nature Selfies

Working and living near Glacier National Park this past summer has forced me to reflect upon why I enjoy backpacking and hiking in our national parks. It also exposed me to the types of people who frequent national parks…and not… Continue Reading →

Whitefish, Montana Brewery Bike Tour

There is no shortage of great craft been in Montana and an impressive amount of breweries for the 1 million populous. If you are passing through Whitefish while visiting Glacier National Park, a visit to the microbreweries in town is… Continue Reading →

Bike SLC

When you think about Salt Lake City it’s likely that Mormons or skiing in Park City or a big saltwater lake pops into your head. Biking is not on the brain for most visitors, however, the bike infrastructure has taken… Continue Reading →

Bike Mechanic Basics to Keep You Rolling

I’ve never considered myself “mechanically inclined,” but when I began bike touring, I began learning how to fix my bike. Even a little bike knowledge can go a long way when you are far from home. Your bike doesn’t care… Continue Reading →

Using Nature & Travel to Find Yourself

You know, sometimes life brings you challenges. It spices life up and you have to take the challenges as so. When I’ve struggled of late, all I have to do it look up…at the sky. And as I stared up… Continue Reading →

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