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New Beer, New Era, New Year in Cuba!
December 28, 2017 – January 7, 2018
10 nights - $TBD
Forget about politics and the cold war and have a good long look at a map! It's time to explore Cuba. Beaches, music, old cars, old and new Havana, and more than ever -- beer. Historically there have been two things that change empires, art and beer. Maybe we made that up, but when new energy and new freedom arrives, beer and art follow. Maybe we made that up too. Come find out on our first BeerTrip to nearby Cuba. Discover the growing craft beer scene, along with the stunning beaches, cool old cities and towns, vibrant people, music, food and art of Cuba. No jet lag, New Year's Eve in Havana, and cool cultural programs await. Local guides, comfortable hotels and island hospitality make this a great winter escape, come along. Click for details.
Register now to hold your space.
We expect this trip to sell out quickly!
& Brewery Visits
The Beer Bus - a traveling tasting room of local products
of all types and good folks to travel with and share the adventure!
(Land-only, Based on double occupancy)
$3 per person
Single Room add $7
• Escorted Pub Crawls
• Guided City Tours
• Breakfasts Daily/4 Beer Dinners and 3 Beer Lunches
• Train and Private Coach Transportation
Arrival & Departure Cities
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The overall style of the trip is best suited for somewhat adventurous,
beer-loving travelers who want the camaraderie and structure of
a tour, as well as the opportunity to explore independently. Planned
events and excursions will, for the most part, be informal. Guided
touring is generally the exception, though travelers can always
rely on the support and assistance of the trip leader.
* Please note also:
This itinerary is subject to change based on brewery or hotel
availability, force majeur, acts of dieties, common sense or bad
weather, etc. Breweries are sometimes
unable to commit to hosting groups until a couple of weeks before
we arrive. Substitutions, when necessary, will be as good or better
than what we replaced. And, don't worry, the beer is always good!