Experience European Beer Culture – Shelton Brothers Insider Tour
From Danny – The most savvy beer enthusiast has probably done it all. Attended the local beer fest with the 30 participating breweries. Check. Frequent the bottle share circuit with the latest rare beers. Check. Get boxes upon boxes from all the membership societies. Check. What’s left for the beer geek who has been there and done that? I’ll tell you what’s left, taking a “once in a lifetime” insiders beer tour of Barcelona or Franconia with the authority on world class beer, The Shelton Brothers. Engage with real people and real artisans in some of the most beautiful landscapes in the entire world while exploring authentic flavors that have have either inspired your favorite stateside beers or are taking them in crazy new directions.
While it’s easy to get into your routine and stay in your comfort zone, you only live once , and should experience other beer cultures to get some perspective on your favorite beverage. Read on to learn more from our friends at Shelton Brothers, the Insider Tour makes for a great Father’s Day or graduation present, or just a great getaway for the summer.
“Barcelona & Beyond” (June 6-12) offers a thrilling, event-packed immersion in the city’s exciting breweries, brewpubs, tapas bars, and beer-release parties. It also takes us on journeys to small craft breweries in the mountainous countryside and beach towns, and includes a very special day at Mediona, our favorite remote beer festival. At each stop, we’ll have exclusive access to the brewers, as we share food and drinks with the most important figures in the Catalan craft beer scene. And in between all the beer, we’ll visit the best natural wine bars, take a cava tour, and dine on the tastiest local cuisine! There is simply no other tour of Spain like this one, and no one knows Spanish craft beer like the Shelton Brothers.
Get all the details including what’s included, where you will be visiting and pricing by visiting The Insiders Tour Home Page.
[This post is sponsored by Shelton Brothers, the opinions are The Full Pint’s]