No matter where you travel in U.S., the country is awash with the craft beer movement. Why then does it seem like whenever I go to the beach, I’m relegated to Bud Light, “crafty” breweries owned by big beer, and chain brewpubs?
As a beach-loving beer nerd, I find it unacceptable that the beach coolers of the United States serve only one purpose – to keep the Coors Light Rocky Mountains blue. Thus, I’ve scoped the country from East Coast to West Coast (and even a few coasts in between) to find beach towns that are an exception to the rule. Beach towns where you can trade that Corona Light with a lime for a refreshingly tart Berliner Weisse brewed a few blocks off the sandy shores of your family vacation.