October has once again arrived –Oktoberfest and pumpkin beers are in full swing, the leaves transform and the pop-up costume shops are working overtime.
Light, limp, and low budget are words that could best capture what has come to be known as the widely distributed and watery lager. Most of the beers consumed in the U.S. (and worldwide) are lagers, yet most of the craft beer market has been focused on ales.
For me, travel and beer go hand in hand. I would have to say that I equally love them and life would be less exciting without one or the other. In travel, there is adventure. Beer is no different.
It’s most likely that by now your local watering hole serves some sort of Oktoberfest beer or highlights German beer to honor this upcoming yearly tradition.