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Napa Valley may be most well known for its stellar wines and world-class vineyards, but the Northern California hot spot is hoping to attract fans of a different beverage this summer.

Beer enthusiasts will want to make the journey to California Wine Country for the popular Napa Valley Wine Train’s newest addition: the Hop Train.

“We’re putting beer before Bordeaux and cans before corks,” the Hop Train website says. “Join the beer guys in wine country — the Napa Palisades Beer Company — for a Wine Train takeover.”

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Each Monday night, guests are invited to join the beer company on the stunning two-hour train ride through Napa Valley. There, they can test out a few local flights and nibble on “tasty bites with spectacular 360 views of the Napa Valley.”

According to the website, the signature brews guests can sip on during their ride include the 1849 Gold Rush Red, which is an “American style with a smooth mouthfeel that is slightly dry with a touch of caramel, smoke, and honey.” It’s made with Chinook Hops.

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Or, guests can try the Loco IPA, a “new brew, a citrus-filled tropical IPA with rich mouthfeel that finishes with a touch of bitterness.” It’s made with Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo, and Centennial hops.

They can also taste-test the Little Loco Session IPA, which is described as “light and crisp, slightly bitter with citrus flavor and a hint of pine on the finish.”

This isn't the first time an alternative adult beverage has taken over the Wine Train — a Tequila Train also made its rounds for Cinco de Mayo this year.

Tickets for this unique experience are $75 per person, however, if you’re a local in Napa you can snag a ticket for just $50 a pop.