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50 Places to Drink Local Brews in 50 States

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Apr 7th 2014 04:44 PM
Vine Street Pub
Vine Street Pub
A belated happy National Beer Day to you! While not an official holiday (yet), April 7 commemorates the day in 1933 when low-alcohol beer became legal as Prohibition was slowly repealed, according to the Los Angeles Times.

While National Beer Day 2104 has passed, we recognize the eternal importance of being able to enjoy beer in a manner more dignified than reaching into your fridge and cracking open a Keystone Light tall boy (not judging -- we've all been there). So Aol Travel and our colleagues at MapQuest compiled this list of a special spots to drink a great local beer in each state (and Washington, DC because we have offices in the area and insight into where to drink nearby).
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Points of Interest: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Search Shifts Westward

by Zach Everson. Posted Mar 14th 2014 09:37 AM
Malaysia Plane
Associated Press
The Malaysia Airlines flight 370 search shifting westward is among today's points of interest.
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Denver Spring Break Crawl: Things to Do Beyond the Colorado Ski Resorts

by Daliah Singer. Posted Feb 28th 2014 08:00 PM
Denver Festival of Balloons
At the Denver Festival of Balloons, kids can watch balloon artists at work. Photo: Pioneer Balloon Company
In Denver, people don't wait for springtime to get outside. Why would you when there's an abundance of sunny days, almost 6,000 acres of park space within city limits, more than two dozen breweries -- and exponentially more patios to sip those brews on. Here's how to spring break, Mile High City-style.
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Seattle Destroys Denver in the Super Bowl of Travel Destinations

by Zach Everson. Posted Jan 31st 2014 03:30 PM
Super Bowl Seahawks Fans Football
Associated Press
The Super Bowl is this Sunday, so time to break out the time-honored travel angle of comparing the two team's home cities. Sadly, in terms of travel destinations, it's no contest: Seattle almost shuts out Denver. Almost.
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Discover Something New at Home in Denver

by Eric Peterson. Posted Dec 17th 2013 11:00 AM
A view of downtown Denver before sunrise.
Denver has been on a tear lately. Union Station is in the midst of a $500 million redevelopment that will bring a hotel and restaurants to the iconic depot. North of downtown, the RiNo neighborhood is also taking off, both Broadway and Colfax Avenue see new businesses open on a near-daily basis, and urban revitalization is spreading in all directions from the city center.
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