Travel Tuesdays: Are You Getting Enough Brews With Your Boos?

Leaf-peeping, sure. Apple picking, of course. Getting lost in a corn maze? Sign me up. But what's a wildly underrated New England fall activity, you ask? Breweries. Normally well-visited in the summer months (people just love drinking outside, so beer gardens flourish), hitting up a brewery in the still-warm-ish autumn months is nothing to scoff at. Play some cornhole, sit by a fire, listen to live music -- all with a craft brew in your hand. No one part of the country is better than the other when it comes to creating the latest, greatest beer, but New England has that crisp autumn air and changing leaves that we're so obsessed with. What are you waiting for? Throw on a hoodie and check off every New England brewery you've sipped an ale or two at.

Brigitte Carreiro
by Brigitte Carreiro
Oct 15, 2019