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4 Must-Visit Hotels for Craft Beer Lovers

Features & Advice | Patrick Clarke | October 29, 2015

4 Must-Visit Hotels for Craft Beer Lovers

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It's no secret that craft beer pairs well with food. But it turns out that craft brews also pair well with hotels, and that's good news for thirsty travelers. 

Without further ado, here are four of the best craft beer-inspired accommodations in America. 

Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery

Where: North Woodstock, New Hampshire

With the Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2015, there isn't a better time to explore this 34-room gem located in New Hampshire's scenic White Mountains.

Guests can choose from several different types of rooms, sleeping anywhere from two to four people. And rates start as low as $117 per night. But they can also choose from a handful of different packages offered here, including Brewer's Weekends, where guests get to learn how to brew their own beer.

What's more, the package includes unlimited tastings of beer brewed by the professionals.

Dogfish Inn

Where: Lewes, Delaware

This 16-room hotel features countless "beer-centric amenities," including a locally sourced minibar and Dogfish Head hand soap.

The best part of the Dogfish Inn is that it's located just six miles from Dogfish Head's brewpub, where guests can sample a wide selection of brews. Meanwhile, Dogfish's Milton brewery is just 11 miles away from the Dogfish Inn. 

If the weather's nice, you can sip a beer while you sit around the Cowboy Cauldron located in the inn's courtyard.

Naturally, with a name like Dogfish, pets are welcome here.

Fredericksburg Brewing Company Bed & Brew

Where: Fredericksburg, Texas

After getting your fill of craft beer and food at Fredericksburg Brewing Company's brewery and restaurant, head upstairs to the Bed & Brew. There are a dozen rooms in all (11 located above the restaurant and one on the ground level for handicap guests), with each boasting private bathrooms.

Rates start at $99 per night during the week and $129 per night on Fridays and Saturdays. But regardless of when they stay, guests are treated to a complimentary four-beer sampler.

Brewhouse Inn & Suites

Where: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Once a Pabst Brewery that had been producing beer as early as the 19th century, today the Brewhouse Inn & Suites is a 90-room boutique hotel.

Opened in 2013, the Brewhouse boasts several really cool features, including a front desk made from more than 1,500 beer bottles and a stained glass window showcasing the patron saint of beer brewing, King Gambrinus.

Plus, Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub — featuring more than a dozen different brews — is just steps away from the hotel's rooms.

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