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Quick Stop: Belmont, North Carolina

By Hope S. Philbrick We spent less than 24 hours in Belmont, North Carolina—eight of them asleep. And yet it was enough to fall head over heels for the place. Though a longer visit is in order, if your road trip from Point A to Point...

Official start to Oktoberfest

Seasonal cheer at the Munich Airport With a deft swing of a mallet, Julia Pfaff (pictured left), the "innkeeper" at Airbräu, the world's only brewery-in-an-airport, cracked open the first barrel to mark the start of this year's Oktoberfest celebrations at Munich Airport today. Watching with...

Highland Brewing Company

Highland Brewing Company
Tour the roots of “Beer City USA." By Hope S. Philbrick Asheville, North Carolina claims the title, “Beer City USA.” And a good argument can be made that it all started with Highland Brewing Company. Highland Brewing Company was Asheville’s first brewery and celebrated its 20th anniversary...

Taste Grapevine, Texas

Winewood Grill - Grapevine TX
Uncork the flavor. By Hope S. Philbrick What came first: the name of the city or its becoming the headquarters of the Texas wine industry? Doesn’t matter, since either way it’s a perfect pairing. Raise a glass and say Cheers! to Grapevine’s abundant restaurants, wineries and wine-related activities...

The Big Texan

The Big Texan
The huge yellow venue serves up a touristy ambiance, a notorious eating challenge, generous portions, and jovial good times—plus an on-site brewery that earns serious cred. By Hope S. Philbrick If you need proof that women have more self-awareness than men, look to The Big Texan. The...

April is Beer Month in North Carolina

The state's third annual beer month will take place April 2015. Presented by Visit North Carolina and the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, NC Beer Month showcases the state’s thriving beer scene, inspiring travelers to explore the craftsmanship of 125 breweries and brewpubs...

Eat & Burn: Hot Springs, Arkansas

Modern Americana in a historic city. By Hope S. Philbrick Our Eat & Burn series showcases destinations through their cuisine and inviting ways to burn off the calories. EAT… I stopped in Hot Springs, Arkansas, midway through a multi-week road trip that encompassed several cities in multiple states....

Insider’s Guide: Hamilton County, Indiana

Looking for adult fun in Hamilton County, Indiana? We've got the inside scoop! Ready your palates. When it comes to tasty venues that are exclusively “over 21," Hamilton County, Indiana, happens to have several options. Kate Burkhardt, communications coordinator for Hamilton County Tourism, Inc., recommends four...

Savannah, Georgia

The capital of Georgia’s Lowcountry. By Hope S. Philbrick Savannah, Georgia is a place like no other. Magnificent live oak trees draped in Spanish moss bow and curtsey over streets to greet visitors. Historic architecture shoulders up to trendy boutiques, celebrated restaurants and contemporary hotels. Ornate ironwork,...