Since the elusive Montana spring seems to be in full swing in early March, it’s a good time to start thinking about your next craft beer road trip. Much like exploring the micro regions of France’s wine country or other such adventures, much of America can be broken down into large craft brew regions and even small micro regions, complete with different food varieties, brewing techniques and interesting locals to intermingle with.
PubQuest came to my attention via Facebook the other day, and I thought I’d share it with you, since navigating the country’s many microbreweries can be a tough yet ultimately rewarding job.
Check out PubQuest’s detailed craft brewery map. I’m a map fanatic, so I can study this thing for hours on end. In fact, after viewing it, I really want to make a swing through far eastern Washington, where I noticed a lot of tiny breweries that I never knew existed.
And if you’re interested in Montana craft breweries, check out my beer map dedicated to those breweries. I’ll be adding pictures and video tours to the map soon, so check back often for those details and more.
So who is up for a eastern Washington craft brewery road trip?
View Larger Map of the Montana craft breweries.