Pacific Northwest Peaks & Pours

  • Central Oregon + 4 more
  • Escorted Coach Tours, Superior Tours,
  • 8 Days
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Celebrating the Craft Beer industry in America – and there’s no better places to do that than in the regions where the craft brew industry has exploded: the Pacific Northwest, Colorado, and New England.

Tours are led by Beer Aficionado Tour Guides, knowledgeable not only in the destination, but in the history, diversity, flavors and proliferation of the craft beer industry in each region. Group members share a common interest. Sites are spectacular. There’s no better group touring experience and as we all know – Beer Brings People Together.

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Day 1 Depart Seattle

This evening, mingle with other group members at a meet and greet reception hosted by our guide, a beer aficionado and destination specialist. We’ll be given an introduction to our 9- day exploration of the Pacific Northwest’s unrivalled beauty; spectacular waterfalls and lakes, magnificent mountains and volcanic monuments, young, vibrant cities—and some of the most imaginative craft beers in the country.

Day 2 Seattle

This morning we’ll tour Seattle, an unpretentious port city populated with natural and cultural amenities that epitomise the attraction of the Northwest. Visit its colourful neighbourhoods and iconic attractions such as historic Pioneer Square, the Space Needle, Pike Place Market. This afternoon will be for tastings. The proliferation of Seattle craft breweries is mind boggling. The city’s small-batch producers tend to know their stuff, producing solid line-ups of supremely drinkable IPAs, stouts, and more.

OPTIONAL: Tonight, enjoy a dinner comprised of regional cuisine paired with specially selected brews. Seattle dishes are heavily influenced by Asian and Native American traditions and typically feature locally-caught seafood.

Day 3 Seattle—Portland (175mi/281km)

Pike Place Market is as much a part of Seattle’s identity as the evergreens, the mountains, and the water. Past or present members of the Pike Place Market community will guide us through the market ensuring we receive special treatment. Meet the Market’s lively characters and hear their memorable stories. See fish fly, cheese being made, and the “original” Starbucks store, and savor tastings at no less than 7 food stalls.
Upon arrival in Portland, there’ll be time to relax, have dinner and taste some of the local brews before meeting up for a special evening program. You’ll be given real ghost hunting equipment before visiting known ghostly places and getting behind the scenes into what hauntings are all about.

Day 4 Portland

Portland sits on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood. We’ll enjoy an orientation tour of the city and its iconic gardens. This afternoon, explore more of the city on your choice of tours: join a bicycle tour that will take us to breweries featuring local classics as well as innovative and fresh flavors or enjoy a walking tour to some of the downtown area’s most unique restaurants, food emporiums and food trucks, all while experiencing the City of Roses’ eclectic mix of neighborhoods.

Day 5 Portland—Columbia River Gorge—Bend (213mi/340km)

Spend this day taking in the beauty of two major Pacific Northwest rivers: the Columbia and
Hood Rivers. We’ll visit Columbia River Gorge and experience the power and beauty of nature up closeMultnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall (186m) roaring, awe-inspiring cascade of icy water. We’ll then stop at some of the 12 breweries in this area. Imaginative flavors are created here using local malts, hops and fresh fruit in its beers.
Our drive continues south to Bend, known for its richly diverse cultural landscape, award-winning dining and boutique shopping

Day 6 Bend—Crater Lake—Ashland (221mi/337km)

Today we’ll travel to Crater Lake National Park. Created by a collapsed volcano after a violent eruption more than 7,000 years ago, scientists marvel at its purity. Fed only by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the US at nearly 600m. Stand in wonder at its blue water and stunning setting. A National Park Ranger will talk to us about the Park’s origins and special features before we take a leisurely hike filled with breathtaking views and photo opportunities.
Continue to Ashland and enjoy the downtown this evening. ranked in the top 10 of “The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America,” Ashland is a cultural hot spot, with award-winning galleries, theaters and restaurants.

Day 7 Ashland—Eugene—Cannon Beach (350mi/560km)

This morning we’ll tour the city of Eugene, home to the University of Oregon and a prominent arts community. After a short walking tour, we’ll stop in an area of Eugene aligned with local breweries, all part of Eugene’s Ale Trail. Ultra pure water from theRiver and an emphasis onand regional ingredientshops to grains makes these local beers bold and flavourful.
This evening we arrive in the coastal community of Cannon Beach which combines the inspiring beauty of the Oregon Coast with a picture-perfect village by the sea.
We’ll enjoy an included final night dinner, paired with local brews, overlooking magnificent Haystack Rock.

Day 8 Cannon-Beach—Seattle (207mi/ 330km)

Start the day with a walk on the beach to dramatic shoreline rock formations like Haystack Rock, one of Oregon’s most recognizable landmarks, rising 235 feet from the edge of the shoreline.Beach also offers the quintessential small beach town experience. You’ll have time to wander the picturesque sidewalks and courtyards of downtown Cannon Beach to discover art galleries, specialty shops and public art.
We depart for Seattle early afternoon. You can be dropped off either at the Seattle-Tacoma airport or downtown Seattle .