ALABAMA 200 is also a chance to lay the foundation for the future. Over the next three years, it will invest in schools and teachers, engage communities, and encourage citizens and visitors alike to explore and learn about the state.
Are you a self-proclaimed “hop head?” Perhaps you prefer a smoky, barrel-aged rarity. Maybe you just love the smooth, ice-cold flavor of something that pairs well with a few hours of watching the Crimson Tide stop the run. Whether you’re well-versed in IBUs or have a longtime affinity for light beer, there has never been a better time to jump aboard the beer train in Alabama. #visitnorthal #northalabamacraftbeertrail #craftbeer
“Craft beer” is such a hip phrase, huh? Everyone is talking these days about Alabama’s craft beer presence, and there is even a North Alabama Craft Beer Trail newly launched in the state that people are all “hopped up” about.
Dog Friendly Brewery in Alabama called Straight to Ale (on front and back porch). Located in Huntsville, Alabama
Mad Malts Brewing Huntsville Twelve taps, live music and comedy shows. Mad Malts Brewing in Huntsville has it all. What more could you want? Food? Oh, they bring in Doctor BBQ to provide the menu. As for those twelve taps, you’re looking at everything from porters to session to sours. There’s something for everyone to try. Even that one picky friend of yours. #visitnorthal #northalabamacraftbeertrail
Main Channel Brewery Guntersville The Jit, short for Jitney Jr., was once a sleepy little convenience store on Hwy. 431 in Guntersville, Alabama. Now the Jit is home to Main Channel, Marshall County’s first brewery. It’s a family affair out there as Brett Smith runs the brewery with brother Clay and wife Sarah. #visitnorthal #northalabamacraftbeertrail