8 Ways to Create a Craft Beer Wedding

Clockwise from top left: Fitger's Brewhouse, Big Wood Brewery, Day Block Brewing, Lift Bridge Brewing // Photos by Maxwell McGruder, Grace Sell, Brian Kaufenberg, and Aaron Davidson respectively

Clockwise from top left: Fitger’s Brewhouse, Big Wood Brewery, Day Block Brewing, Lift Bridge Brewing // Photos by Maxwell McGruder, Grace Sell, Brian Kaufenberg, and Aaron Davidson respectively

3. Tour a local brewery or rent a pedal pub for your bachelor or bachelorette party.

Set the local beer mood early for your wedding party by hopping on a pedal pub and going to your favorite haunts. Or, talk with your favorite tasting room about doing a special beer flight for your group. Most brewers love to talk about their beer, and setting up a special small group tasting in advance means you can know more about your beer, who brews it, and what new projects they are working on.

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