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Top 5 Beer Destinations in the World

September 9, 2018
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Beer is a passion that all humanity shares. Wherever you go, from China to Middle East, from Europe to America, you can’t be far away from a delicious pint. In this article, we will sugggest the perfect draft beer points all around the world for you. Here are the top 5 Beer Destinations in the World.

  1. Bend, Oregon
  2. This little mountain town of more than 87,000 people is the home of 22 breweries. Bend has more breweries per capita than any other city in Oregon. It has an astonishing abundance of world-class breweries clustered close together like the gold at the end of a big beer rainbow. You can take a walking tour of breweries on the Bend Ale Trail or hop on the famous cycle bus for a unique and fun way to explore all the breweries. Combined with mountain biking, rock climbing, camping, hiking, and big beautiful mountains, Bend is the perfect beer adventure town.
1. Bend, Oregon

This little mountain town of more than 87,000 people is the home of 22 breweries. Bend has more breweries per capita than any other city in Oregon. It has an astonishing abundance of world-class breweries clustered close together like the gold at the end of a big beer rainbow. You can take a walking tour of breweries on the Bend Ale Trail or hop on the famous cycle bus for a unique and fun way to explore all the breweries. Combined with mountain biking, rock climbing, camping, hiking, and big beautiful mountains, Bend is the perfect beer adventure town.

2. Pilsen, Czech Republic

Czechs are the largest beer consumers in the World, with more than 155 liters (41 gallons) per person per year. The Czech Republic is one of the cheapest places in Europe to buy a beer. $1.25 for half a liter. Pilsen is the birthplace of the almighty Pilsner. An hour away from tourist-heavy Prague, hums with the culture and stunning architecture that make the Czech Republic such a popular destination. The beer rituals will bump your trip to another level. Simply ordering an unfiltered, unpasteurized version of Pilsner Urquell is a must for beer geeks. The early fall brings the Pilsner Fest, which includes a hugely popular “proper foam pour” bartending competition. And if you’re into unique (if super-gimmicky) beer experiences? Hit the beer spa where you can literally bathe in the stuff. Overall, there are so many unique things to do for a beer lover in the heart of Europe. 

3. Reykjavik, Iceland

It’s funny that a tiny, remote city of 120,000 in the middle of the North Atlantic would be host to one of the better beer scenes you haven’t heard about yet. But just like its national soccer team’s surprisingly , Iceland should now be considered a brewing culture dark horse. Instead of the “copy and paste” routine typical of so many rising beer cities that replicate American styles, local breweries like Gæðingur Brugghús, Ölvisholt Brugghús, and Borg Brugghús are reviving historical styles that can’t be found in other countries, or adding a personal flair to established styles. You won’t have to go far to get the good stuff. Locals’ favorite bars for beer have well-curated lists, whether it’s Skúli Craft Bar, Micro Bar, Kaldi Bar, or the ever-trusty Mikkeller & Friends (which also has a killer restaurant on its ground floor). Enjoy a Gull beer while floating in the natural pools of the Blue Lagoon.

4. Munich, Germany

Beer fests have evolved over time, but nothing compares to the Queen Mother of them all. Oktoberfest can be described as part pilgrimage, part state fair, and part family reunion with a dash of medieval revival. But even after the tents are packed, is there a better place in the World to enjoy a stein of liquid bliss than Munich? Whether your choice is to grab a bench in a traditional beer hall in the old city, take a seat on a glorious summer day in a well-shaded outdoor beer garden in the city center, or a stool at a trendy beer bar, your stein will never be empty. It can be the top of the top beer destinations. Traditional, modern, or a unique mixture of both, Munich never disappoints. Prost!

5. San Diego, California, USA

Is there a locale in the U.S. that has more impact breweries than San Diego? The brands Stone, Ballast Point, and Green Flash and many more can all be found in San Diego Count. There are plenty of imaginative dishes from 15-barrel breweries like Pizza Port Ocean Beach to tap houses like Churchill’s Pub or upscale eateries such as The Grill located at the Lodge at Torrey Pines for excellent pairings to match. To quote the late Charlie Gow, “A determined enthusiast could spend a full week of continuous tours of breweries, brewpubs, and alehouses in San Diego County, yet still not cover the rapidly growing beer scene.”

It does not matter whether you are in one of the top beer destinations or not. Pubinno technologies are always there for you to enjoy the perfect draft beer. To check out whether there is a perfect draft beer in your destination, we highly recommend to you to check out our Perfect Selections Map. Our map shows the bars and pubs that have the highest quality beer score in your area. Based on many elements like serving temperature, carbonation and beyond, we precisely measure your beer. Wherever you are, always remember to enjoy perfect draft beer. Cheers! 🍻 

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