America’s 20 Best Cities for Beer Lovers

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Whether you like your brews hoppy, dark, or fruity—or just something that tastes good with bratwurst—Travel + Leisure readers voted on the best cities for savoring a great local beer.

No. 6 Providence

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The Rhode Island capital makes the top 10 in several food-and-drink categories thanks to its flair for super-local flavor—from sweet coffee milk to the iconoclastic grilled pizza. The beer scene is no different: Trinity Brewhouse makes a point of using water from the Scituate Reservoir, and Narragansett makes its shandy with the cooperation of frozen-lemonade stand and local institution Del’s. Providence also won the silver medal this year for burgers: for a good representative, try the Hereford beef mini burgers at Harry’s Bar & Burger, which has an exhaustive beer menu and the motto of “no crap on tap.”

America’s 20 Best Cities for Beer Lovers

No. 6 Providence

The Rhode Island capital makes the top 10 in several food-and-drink categories thanks to its flair for super-local flavor—from sweet coffee milk to the iconoclastic grilled pizza. The beer scene is no different: Trinity Brewhouse makes a point of using water from the Scituate Reservoir, and Narragansett makes its shandy with the cooperation of frozen-lemonade stand and local institution Del’s. Providence also won the silver medal this year for burgers: for a good representative, try the Hereford beef mini burgers at Harry’s Bar & Burger, which has an exhaustive beer menu and the motto of “no crap on tap.”

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