Traverse City is well-known for two unique hobbies -- cycling and craft beer. We have a vibrant cycling community here, and our weekly rides routinely end at a local craft brewery where we swap stories about the ride. But if you think we retreat to our couches when the snowﬂakes start to fall, you’d be very much mistaken. In fact, when the temperatures drop, the adventures into the woods take on a more social and leisurely vibe. With the invention of the fat bike, we get to extend our riding (and beer drinking) seasons right through the winter months.
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Traverse City Beer Week is nearly upon us. Once again, we'll be enjoying this week-long parade of tastings, dinners, games, workshops and lectures -- all devoted to our area’s celebrated craft beer industry and its many microbreweries, brewpubs and craft beer taprooms. Now in its fourth season, it’s scheduled for Nov. 11-17 this year.
By MIKE NORTON For a community with slightly more than 15,000 residents, Traverse City certainly makes a lot of beer! At last count, this area had 12 craft breweries and brewpubs – with number 13 due to come on line any day now – and has suddenly emerged as a major center of craft brewing. (Draft
Today, featured blogger Kevin Farron of TC Cycle Pub and TC Ale Trail gives us plenty of reasons why the Traverse City beer scene stands apart from the rest.
By KEVIN FARRON
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