For regulars and first-timers alike, many mining town breweries offer a place to sit and remember history, one beer at a time.
Disc golf and craft beer may be an unlikely pairing, but some travel the country to play a course or try a beer. At several breweries -- you can do both.
When Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. sold its first bottled beer at the beginning of 1981, it marked a turning point for American craft beer.
In the past few decades, as the craft beer scene has grown, it's become extremely popular at pro football games, especially pre-game tailgating.
Sometimes, it's the local ingredients that obviously or subtly set a craft beer apart. It's the wheat in Kansas, hops in Oregon, bourbon in Kentucky, maple syrup in Vermont and the "Aloha" in Maui that adds a little something extra to the character and heart of our local brews across the nation.