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Beer Hiking New England by Carey Kish pairs 50 of the region's best hikes with nearby breweries and brewpubs.
Kish is a seasoned hiker and beer enthusiast who has hiked the Appalachian Trail twice, the Florida Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail. He knows what it takes to enjoy a great hike, and he also knows what makes a great beer.
In Beer Hiking New England, Kish shares his knowledge of both hiking and beer with readers. Each hike is described in detail, including information on difficulty, duration, points of interest, and history. Kish also recommends a beer to enjoy at the end of the hike, complete with notes on its appearance, aroma, and taste.
The guidebook covers a wide variety of hikes in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. There are hikes for all levels of experience, from easy walks to strenuous climbs.
There are hikes for all interests, from scenic trails to historic sites.
Beer Hiking New England is for anyone who wants to get some exercise, enjoy the outdoors, and sample some of the region's best craft beer.