Wisconsin has been synonymous with beer since German immigrants arrived more than a century ago. That tradition continues: a few old-guard breweries--you know their names--are still going strong. They've been joined by microbreweries and brewpubs, which have sprung up in every corner of the state.
Michigan's craft-brewing industry has made remarkable strides in recent years. Whether you're visiting the Detroit area or exploring the Upper Peninsula, you'll never be far from fresh, locally-brewed beer. Linger long enough, and you'll find out why Michigan is fast becoming famous for bold, brawny beers.
Illinois' largest city is Chicago, where the tavern is still an important social institution and people take their beer seriously. Microbreweries and beer bars, not just in Chicagoland, but throughout the state, cater to people who insist on more than just "a beer." In other words, people like you.
Good beer, convivial places to enjoy it, and friendly people--three good reasons to explore the Great Lakes region. We hope you join us soon!
- Paul Ruschmann and Maryanne Nasiatka, travel writers and authors of "Michigan Breweries". (Stackpole Books, 2006)
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