Who doesn't love spending a sunny afternoon on a patio with some great beer and even better friends? It's the perfect way to enjoy the spring and summer months ahead. So if you're looking for a great new spot for fantastic brews and an enjoyable outdoor atmosphere, check out these top brewpubs around the country.
There's no better way to experience Memphis than settling into a local hotspot, and Boscos Squared fits that bill. It boasts a huge patio so you can bring all your buds, but it also hosts a Sunday jazz brunch that you can't miss.
Louisiana is full of old-world charm and hidden gems, and the Abita Brew Pub is a must-see favorite. Take a break from the nearby hiking trails and the tourism of Lake Pontchartrain with some outdoor brews and classic pub eats.
Located in the heart of Louisville, Bluegrass Brewing Company is a laidback retreat. With outdoor seating for the warm months and cozy indoor space for the not-so-warm months, this brewpub is a welcoming atmosphere with fantastic food and even better microbrews.
Most people don't associate Hawaii with barbecue and burgers. Still, when you need to indulge in some beloved pub fare, Waikiki Brewing is the place to go. It might not be traditional island cuisine, but the brew pub's stunning outdoor patio still lets you take in the island's beauty.
Sockeye Brewing is proud to be from Idado, and that’s clear in the local passion you’ll find in their hyperlocal menu and brews. It’s the ultimate place to trade fishing stories over a beer that you’ll remember far better than the size of that fish.
Step into this classically antique aesthetic with a cozy feel, even on the outdoor patio with overhead greenery. But, of course, it isn't only the aesthetic that stands out - this brewpub is known for its imaginative and delicious bites.
Portland may be known for being "weird." However, while Wayfinder Beer embraces a bit of quirkiness, it still has something to fit anyone's tastes. With various brews, especially German-inspired beers, Wayfinder has the perfect drink to pair with any item on their extensive menu.
There aren't too many months when Wyoming weather is accommodating for outdoor dining, but Wind River brewing is the place to go when it is. It offers all your pub favorites plus a few twists and turns and a wide variety of exceptional brews.
The unique Bull & Bush Brewery in Denver is a little slice of old-world England brought to the US. Founded by twin brothers who fell in love with the Bull & Bush that has been located near London since the 1600s, the Bull & Bush Brewery in Denver serves up delicious food and brews while paying homage to the long-standing pub that inspired it.
While some of the pubs on our list have embraced antiquity, Top of the Hill takes on a more contemporary aesthetic. It's a perfect choice for anyone in Chapel Hill who wants a great beer, a relaxing outdoor atmosphere, and delicious food.