Brewery Blogging

Different Modes of Exploration #14: The Multiple Purposes of Travel Writing

Over the past two weeks, I’ve been focused on updating the web pages at my other blog/website, coloradobrewerydays.com.  While there’s still more work to be done, I’m quite happy with how far the website has come in its first ten months. I’m sharing this website now as I think it demonstrates a whole different utility and approach to travel writing. I hope you’ll have a look and share it with friends that might be interested in exploring Colorado’s Craft Beer Scene. Here’s a brief bit of writing about the website and a link to read more . . . thanks!

Our Story

Colorado Brewery Days offers advice, itineraries and a plethora of resources to enjoy multiple craft breweries in one city, region, or drive over the course of a day. If you’re a visitor to the Rocky Mountain State eager to try a variety of delicious beers, or you’re a Native ready to venture beyond your local watering hole, you’ve come to the right place.  For us, a good day of beer includes tasting a variety of styles, enjoying scenic Colorado, and stuffing our faces with delicious local food.  All the days described on this website include these three elements.

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About mlgray

Heading out on adventures, building community, eating delicious cuisines, supporting the local food movement and enjoying walks in the wild . . . grateful to be wandering in the world with you.
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