Welcome to the New Beltline Brew Tours Website
Per the Beltline Brew Tours calendar, this is the year of the BEER. We are looking forward to a great year with lots of new things on the horizon. Some of the features that we look forward to are: adding new breweries on our tours, expanding the areas of our tours, and continuing to expand the knowledge of craft beer throughout the Triangle.
New Breweries Means Less Travel
With the addition of new breweries throughout the Triangle, we are able to provide you with a more centralized tour that will provide guests more time in the breweries rather than on the bus. This focus will also benefit our repeat customers who love visiting their favorite brewery but also want to check out what the new breweries have to offer. The different tour options highlight great brewpubs that have worked tirelessly to provide you with great food and beverage. So plan to stick around after the tour and soak up some suds at one of these great local establishments.
We have updated our website to provide you with everything you requested over the years – a FAQ page to help with all of your first timer questions, an easier way to navigate our tour and ticket purchasing options without ever leaving the site, and an ‘About Us’ page…now you can read about and look at me whenever you feel the urge! You talked, we listened, and we want to continue listening so please keep sending us your thoughts and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org…there just might be a little something in it for you on your next tour!
We’ve Entered the Blog-sphere
If you are reading this, you already know…we started a blog! We wanted to incorporate more beer information on the site to show people that the Triangle is becoming a beer centric locale! We will use this blog to promote new breweries, beer events, beer recipes, and anything else you may want to know about – just let us know (email@example.com)! The Beltline Brew Tours Blog will feature a monthly post authored by our new Beltline Blogger, Kristen Baughman, and also offer other content opportunities to those interested in sharing beer-related topics. We are excited to have Kristen on board as our Beltline Blogger and can’t wait to read what she has in store. Here is a little more on Kristen…She is from Charlotte and moved to Raleigh to attend North Carolina State University. Kristen holds a graduate and undergraduate degree in Extension Education focused on food and nutrition. She started a consulting business, Gadabout 43, LLC, to help food and beverage clients navigate social media and public relations and authored the 43 Day Local Food Challenge blog, with a mission to eat only locally grown and produced foods/beverages. The blog was quickly picked up by Visit Raleigh, and she currently serves as their food blogger. In her current position with the Got to Be NC Competition Dining Series, Kristen manages the public relations and social media for the state-wide North Carolina Iron Chef-style competition. She meets chefs, restaurateurs, and artisans daily, and helps them to tell their story.
We hope you enjoy the new site, the new blog, and the new tours! We look forward to seeing you in 2014!
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