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Fluid State Beer Garden

"A great new spot with an incredible beer list."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Jack Dyer, Co-Owner of Topa Topa Brewing, recommends visiting Fluid State Beer Garden for beers and pizza as his 'Ventura Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura.

Topa Topa Brewing Company

"Topa Topa is amazing."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Rose Marcario recommends drinking a beer at Topa Topa Brewing as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura, California.

Monkless Belgian Ales

"Belgian Strong Ales brewed by a Ph.D. Organic Chemist."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend Monkless Belgian Ales for beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the belgian-style ales and devotion to sustainability at 20750 High Desert Ln.

North Park Beer Co.

"Kelsey's the nicest fucking guy in this business, and that dude can crush every style."

Local Must
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, lead brewer and owner at Fieldwork Brewing in Berkeley, California, recommends drinking beers at North Park Beer Company in San Diego as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Avery Brewing Co.

"I"m a huge beer guy and Avery is one of my favorites."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's brewers recommend Avery Brewing Co for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the eccentric ales, delicious food, and tap room at 4910 Nautilus Ct N in Gunbarrel.

Modern Times Beer

"We probably don't need the press."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Brandon and Misty Ristaino from The Good Lion cocktail bar in Santa Barbara recommend drinking beers at Modern Times Beer in San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide in San Diego.

Fall Brewing Company

"The whole brewery's ambiance is based on the punk rock scene. It's just such a unique place."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and brewer at Fieldwork Brewing Co in Berkeley, California recommends drinking a beer at Fall Brewing Company in San Diego as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Fieldwork Brewing Co

"I'm in the business of making people happy."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Oakland, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and brewer at Fiedlworking Brewing Co, shares his story of launching Fieldwork and where he recommends eating and drinking in Berkeley, Oakland and San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

The Red Fox

"No way! You're featuring The Red Fox? That dive bar is one of my favorites."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Ben from Ezra Bell recommends grabbing food and beers at The Red Fox, a local's dive bar in Portland, Oregon, as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city travel guide for Portland.

Li-Po Cocktail Lounge

"A little gem pumping out Mai Tais, nestled in between Chinese Bazaars."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Li-Po Cocktail Lounge for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love this tiny authentic spot with signature Chinese mai tais at 916 Grant Ave in Chinatown.

Ferment. Drink. Repeat.

"A nanobrewery that's still family oriented, in a very gritty, working class part of town."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's brewers recommend Ferment. Drink. Repeat. FDR Brewery for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the small batch brews, homebrew supplies, and live music at 2636 San Bruno Ave in Portolla.

Barebottle Brewing Company

"We took white collar jobs, but spent all our free time brewing beer. So we quit and built Barebottle."

Local Must
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's brewers recommend Barebottle Brewing for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the craft brews, food trucks, and warehouse style space at 1525 Cortland Ave in Bernal Heights.

Club Waziema

"An Ethiopian place with a sick ass bar."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Club Waziema for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the Ethiopian food, cocktails, and laid back bar scene at 543 Divisadero St near Haight-Ashbury.

Cellarmaker Brewing

"Cellarmaker is making some of the best beer in the region today."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's brewers recommend Cellarmaker Brewing for beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the small batch brews and contemporary interior at 1150 Howard St South of Market.

L’Abattoir

"You're missing out if you pass on visiting this gem."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend L'Abattoir for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the French cuisine and the craft cocktails at 217 Carrall St in Gastown.

Work & Class

A square meal and a stiff drink at a fair price.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Work & Class for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the cozy restaurant and Southern and Latin American cuisine at 2500 Larimer Street in RiNo.

J&L Distilling Company

"A distillery built by a mad scientist."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's bartenders recommend J&L Distilling Company for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the artistic vision and crafty cocktails at 4843 Pearl Street in East Boulder.

The Streets of London

A down-to-earth saloon with pool tables and music.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's bartenders recommend The Streets of London for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the live music, pool tables, and punk rock vibe at 1501 E Colfax Avet in Capitol Hill.

Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

A place for cocktails, food and music.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's musicians recommend Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club for dinner and live music as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the Jazz music, cocktails, and meals at 1330 27th Street in RiNo.

Black Shirt Brewing Co.

"Our grandfather told us to do one thing, and to do it better than anyone else."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Black Shirt Brewing Co for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the award winning beer, ambiance, and live music at 3719 Walnut St in RiNo.

Wynkoop Brewing Company

"Colorado's first brewpub, founded by a geologist named John Hickenlooper."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Wynkoop Brewing Company for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the unexpected beer styles, billiards, and burgers at 1634 18th Street in LoDo.

10 Barrel Brewing

"Anheuser-Busch owns them, but the beer's still pretty dang good."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend 10 Barrel Brewing for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the freshly brewed beers on tap, inventive pizzas, and rooftop patio at 2620 Walnut Street in RiNo.

Bierstadt Lagerhaus

"From a technical standpoint, these are some of the most flawlessly executed beers you'll ever drink."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Bierstadt Lagerhaus for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the traditional German beer and pub grub at 2875 Blake St in RiNo.

Bar Fausto

"A space that's way hip, and worth a stop."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's bartenders recommend Bar Fausto for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the bruschetta, cocktails, and wine at 3126 Larimer St in RiNo.

Cannonball Creek Brewing Company

"Don't miss the Trump Hands IPA."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Cannonball Creek Brewing Company for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the craft brews and food trucks at 393 Washington Ave in Golden.

4 Noses Brewing Company

"A beer that's worth the trip."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's brewers recommend 4 Noses Brewing Company for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the family run brewery, food trucks, and experimental ales at 8855 W 116th Circle in Broomfield.

Spangalang Brewery

"A hidden-gem, with jazz music blaring and great beer pouring."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Spangalang Brewery for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the craft brews, live jazz, and weekly events at 2736 Welton St in Five Points.

Squire Lounge

A legendary dive bar.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's bartenders recommend Squire Lounge for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the retro vibes, jukebox, and outdoor seating at 1800 E Colfax Ave in Cheesman Park.

Linger

An old mortuary turned restaurant and rooftop lounge.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Linger for dinner and drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the lively restaurant, rooftop lounge, and cocktails at 2030 W 30th Ave in the Highlands.

Comrade Brewing Company

American craft beer, brewed with equipment made in the USA.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Comrade Brewing Company for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the intimate atmosphere, food trucks, and hoppy IPAs at 7667 E Iliff Ave near Aurora.

Wild Woods Brewery

"A brewery whose soul lives in the outdoors."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's brewers recommend Wild Woods Brewery for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder Colorado city guide. They love the naturalistic atmosphere and outdoor themed ales at 5460 Conestoga Ct in East Boulder.

Mountain Sun

"The quintessential Boulder watering hole."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's brewers recommend Mountain Sun for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the Colorado Kind Ale, board games, and homey feel on the Pearl Street Mall.

33 Acres Brewing Company

"A brewery that's a part of the community."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's brewers recommend 33 Acres Brewing Co for brunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the pizza, food trucks, and craft beer at 15 W 8th Ave in Mt. Pleasant.

The Lido

"It's just a very good vibe."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's bartenders recommend The Lido for drinks and live music as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the retro vibes and awesome patio at 518 E Broadway in Mt. Pleasant. The Lido is cash only!

The Keefer Bar

"I would sit with my friends, sipping a Rosemary Gimlet, having all these deep philosophical talks after class."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's bartenders recommend The Keefer Bar for drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the Asian inspired cocktails, fusion plates, and patio at 135 Keefer St in Chinatown.

Bao Bei

"It’s a super fun room that’s beautifully designed, and it's got amazing food and is a mix of the new and the old styles."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie for dinner, drinks, or dessert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the family-style petit plats chinois, the tasting menu and the cocktails at 163 Keefer Street in in the Chinatown-Strathcona neighbourhood.

The Black Lodge

"The restaurant is super approachble, they're not like people sitting on an ivory tower."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Black Lodge for dinner or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the vegetarian comfort food, cozy atmosphere, and local beers served at 630 Kingsway in Mt Pleasant.

Superflux Beer Company

"Catch a new release of Superflux Beer Company on tap if you're lucky."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's brewers recommend Superflux Beer Company's beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the pale ales, hoppy IPAs and craft beers on tap at Strathcona Beer Company at 895 E Hastings St.

La Mezcaleria

"A restaurant that's focused on Mexican flavors, mezcal and tasty tacos."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend La Mezcaleria Mexican Restaurant for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the shared plates, Mezcal flights, and tacos at 1622 Commercial Drive in or 68 E Cordova St in Gastown.

The Arbor

"When we try to escape the restaurant world, we go to The Arbor."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Arbor Restaurant for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love their affordable comfort food, atmosphere, and late night menu at 3941 Main St in Riley Park.

Fremont Brewing Company

"Everything a brewery should be."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at Fremont Brewing in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Cloudburst Brewing

"Seattle's best IPAs."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Cloudburst Brewing's Founder Steve Luke reflects on what he loves most about making beer, what he's learned from launching his brewery and where he loves to eat, drink and hike in Seattle, Washginton as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Grapes & Soda

"A hole in the wall little bar with a great wine program."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Grapes & Soda Restaurant for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the appetizers, seasonal dishes, and cocktails at 1541 West 6th Ave.

Alibi Room

"If you're a beer lover, there's nothing better in the city."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Alibi Room for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love this modern tavern for their locally sourced food and 50 taps of craft beer at 157 Alexander Street on the edge of Gastown.

Water Witch

"A neighborhood bar, like the Salt Lake version of Cheers."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Erica O'Brien recommends grabbing a drink, small plate or beer at Water Witch in Salt Lake City, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

Crux Fermentation Project

“Beers that are just too good to miss.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend Crux Fermentation Project for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the craft beers, bar food and patio at 50 SW Division St.

Bridge 99 Brewery

“One of the last remaining nanobreweries.”

Local Must
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend Bridge 99 Brewery for dinner or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the hoppy IPAs, locally brewed lagers, and food truck nights at 63063 Layton Avenue.

O'Kanes at McMenamins

"It's a ton of things, all tough to describe."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's chefs recommend O'Kanes at McMenamins for dinner or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the fire pits, unique atmosphere and happy hour deals at 700 NW Bond Street.

Stoup Brewing

"Beer and a meat from a vending machine. What more do you need?"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Stoup Brewing in the Ballard area of Seattle, Washington is tasty, delicious and awesome, which is why Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends drinking a beer there as his 'Seattle Must' in the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

MiiR Flagship

"Fill a growler, fill your heart."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

MiiR's Founder Brayn Pape recommends grabbing a coffee or a beer at MiiR Flagship in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

Essex

"The little brother that could."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Chelsey Walker-Watson from Slate Coffee Roasters recommends grabbing a cocktail, beer or dinner at Essex in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Reuben's Brews

"A family owned craft brewery."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Becca and Fitz from Duct Tape Then Beer recommend grabbing a pint of beer at Reuben's Brews in Ballard as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Holy Mountain Brewing

"I could drink, like, 10 of their Wit beers."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at Holy Mountain in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

The Page

"Five years ago The Page was the shit."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Chef Evan Allumbaugh from Flour + Water recommends grabbing a drink and playing pool at The Page as his 'San Francisco Must' in the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Smuggler's Cove

"It's like Pirates of the Carribean."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Chef Evan from Flour + Water recommends grabbing a cocktail from Smuggler's Cove as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Specs' Twelve Adler Museum Cafe

"The whole place is like a museum of weird, crazy, awesome shit."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Dennis, owner of the restaurant Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle in San Diego, recommends eating cheese and crackers at Specs' as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Vesuvio Cafe

"It's right on Jack Kerouac Alley and is a local must."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Chef Evan at Flour + Water in San Francisco recommends grabbing a drink at Vesuvio in San Francisco as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Tommy's Joynt

"I can go there and get a pastrami sandwich and a Jack & Coke for like $4."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Chef Evan Allumbaugh of Flour + Water recommends eating a pastrami sandwich at Tommy's Joint in San Francisco as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Chief's Peak

"Just the little prettiest bar in town."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

Brandon and Misty Ristaino, Co-Owners of The Good Lion in Santa Barbara, California recommend grabbing drinks by the pool at Chief's Peak at the Ojai Rancho Inn as their 'Ojai Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

Sidecar Cocktail Co.

"A family owned business that's very into the craft cocktail scene."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Sara Peterson, Co-Founder of Scout Coffee, recommends drinking cocktails at Sidecar Cocktail Co. in San Luis Obispo as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

The Ojai Vineyard

"Grab some wine at Ojai Vineyard."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

Rachel and Leah Corbin from Knead Baking Company in Ojai, California recommend drinking wine at Ojai Vineyard as their 'Ojai Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

False Idol

"There's a great little tiki bar called False Idol."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Brandon and Misty, Owners of the cocktail bar The Good Lion in Santa Barbara, California, recommend drinking cocktails at False Idol as their 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Thorn Brewing

"Thorn's just next door, and it's really great."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Andy Harris from Grand Ole BBQ Y Asado recommends drinking a beer at Thorn Brewing as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Diego.

Societe Brewing Company

"They make some of the best beer in the country, and I still think they're underrated."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, brewer and owner at Fieldwork Brewing in Berkeley, California recommends drinking beers at Societe in San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle

"When I stumbled upon this location, it was fate, like the gods were shining upon me."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and brewer at Fieldwork Brewing in Berkeley, California recommends fishing, drinking and eating a hot dog at Fath Bistro in San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Ventura Coast Brewing

"We couldn't have built this anywhere else."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Rose Marcario recommends drinking a beer at Ventura Coast Brewing as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura, California.

The Good Lion

"Drinks good enough for Hemingway."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Drink a cocktail or beer at The Good Lion in Santa Barbara, California as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Shalhoob Meat Company

"The best tri-tip sandwich on earth."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Eat lunch, drink a beer and enjoy the tri-tip sandwich at Shalhoob Meat Company in the Funk Zone in Santa Barbara as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.

"The best craft beer in Santa Barbara."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Grab a beer at Fig Mountain as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Municipal Winemakers

"A winery for all."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Grab wine at the laid back, approachable winery Municipal Winemakers in Santa Barbara, as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Deer Lodge

"It's got a lot of time under its belt."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

Sophia Miles, Co-Owner of the Deer Lodge in Ojai, California, shares her story of owning the bar and her recommendations for where to eat and drink in Ojai as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

Majestic Oaks

"It's real low key, and not too douchey."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

John from Rio Gozo Farms recommends drinking wine at Majestic Oaks as his 'Ojai Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

pFriem Family Brewers

"They do an amazing job on all fronts - food, beverage, service."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Hood River, Oregon
 guide.

Jason from Solera Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at pFriem Family Brewers, and Michelle from pFriem Family Brewers shares her recommendations for where to eat and drink in Hood River, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Hood River.

Ovino Market

"It's a different kind of beer garden, and it's super cool."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Hood River, Oregon
 guide.

Grab a beer, cider and some cheese at the beer garden and market at Ovino Market in Hood River, Oregona as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Hood River.

Cascade Brewing Barrel House

"One of the few all sour places in the country."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

The Coalition Brewing team recommends grabbing a beer at Cascade Brewing in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Portland.

Bar Bar

"An alright bar next to a music venue."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Sam Larson recommends grabbing a drink at Bar Bar when you're in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to Portland.

Rum Club

"It got recommended by too many locals not to include it."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

The whole city of Portland, Oregon recommended going to Rum Club for dinks, so you've got to go when you're in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Bar Maven

"Drink beers inside, sleep on the table outside."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Jay from Fruition recommends going out for the night to Bar Maven in Portland, Oregon for drinks as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Coalition Brewing

"A lot of big beers out of a small space."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Grab a beer at Coalition Brewing when you're in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide to Portland.

Bar of the Gods

"BOG!!!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Jay from Fruition recommends grabbing a beer or drink at Bar of the Gods in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Base Camp Brewing Company

"Beers for the adventerous."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Leigh Capozzi from North Drinkware recommends grabbing a pint of beer at Base Camp Brewing in Portland, Oregon as her 'Portland Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

The Stumbling Monk

"A classic spot."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Mike from Holy Mountain recommends grabbing a beer at The Stumbling Monk as his 'Seattle Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Slow Boat Tavern

"A tiny bar in very deep South Seattle."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Mike from Holy Mountain recommends grabbing a beer at Slow Boat Tavern in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

The Barnacle

"The recovery room from a Walrus & The Carpenter induced food coma."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Chelsey Walker-Watson from Slate Coffee recommends grabbing drinks at The Barnacle in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Copper Common

"A tall can of Rainier beer and a shot of Dickel Rye whiskey for $5. You can't go wrong."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Jainee and Lindsey, Co-Founders of WYLDER Goods, recommend grabbing a drink at Copper Common in Salt Lake, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

Shades of Pale

A brewery that's off the beaten-path, then a bit hidden...and futher from there."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Trent Fargher, Founder of Shades of Pale, shares his story of launching his brewery and his recommendaitons for where to hik and eat in Salt Lake, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

High West Distillery

"One of the most beautiful tasting rooms I've ever seen, made by good people who genuinely care."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Jainee and Lindsey from WYDLER Goods recommend sipping some whiskey at High West Distillery outside of Salt Lake in Park City, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake!

Fisher Brewing

"The best session IPAs I've ever had in Utah, period."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Erica O'Brien from The Rose reccomends grabbing a beer at Fisher Brewing in Salt Lake, Utah. It's part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake!

The Rare Barrel

"I make sour beer. I like to get weird."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Oakland, California
 guide.

Alex Wallash, co-founder of The Rare Barrel, shares his story of launching the brewery and his recommendations on where to eat in Oakland as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Oakland.

Solera Brewery

"We're adamant about staying small."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Hood River, Oregon
 guide.

Dirt Road Travels exists to showcase people like Jason and breweries like Solera Brewery. If you're even within a few hours of Parkdale or Hood River, drive over to the brewery, drink a beer, take in the sunset and make new friends. It's part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Hood River.

Beerfish

"It's as delicious as it sounds."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Megan at Fall Brewing recommends grabbing a drink at Beerfish as her 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Boathouse Santa Barbara

"They fresh squeeze all of their juices and you're just watching the sunset right on the sand. You can't beat that."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Leeandra from Shalhoob's in Santa Barbara recommends ordering drinks and dinner at the Boathouse Santa Barbara as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Red Fox Steakhouse and Piano Bar

"It's a drinker's bar."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Hanis Cavin, Chef & Owner at Carnitas Snack Shack, recommends drinking cocktails and eating a shrimp cocktail dinner at Red Fox Steakhouse and Piano Bar in San Diego, California as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Baywood Ale House

"For such a small town, we've got amazing spots like beers at the Baywood Ale House."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Jad Josey, Manager at GoWesty, recommends drinking beers at Baywood Ale House in Los Osos as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

The Station

"Save a little time for wine tasting at The Station!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Sara Peterson, co-owner of Scout Coffee in San Luis Obispo, recommends drinking wine at The Station as her 'San Luis Obispo Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

Cantina Mayahuel

"A cool bar that no one in San Diego wants tourists to know about!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Nancy from Modern Times recommends drinking mezcal in San Diego at Cantina Mayahuel as her 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Live Wire

"It's this great, shit hole rock and roll dive bar."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Andy Harris, Owner of the Grand Ole BBQ y Asado in San Diego recommends visiting the dive bar Live Wire in San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Central Coast Brewing

"They've got great beer."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Sara Peterson, Co-Founder of Scout Coffee, recommends drinking a beer at Central Coast Brewing in San Luis Obispo as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

Potek Winery

"A winery surrounded by oak barrels."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Kurt at Warbler Records & Goods recommends drinking wine at Potek Winery in Santa Barbara as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Tiburon

"A great dive bar."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Grab a drink at Santa Barbara's best dive bar, Tiburon, as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

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