Prostly Issue #10: The Cozy Pub Edition

Welcome beer drinkers to this month's edition of Prostly, where we're sharing stories and experiences from our beer-infused travels. It's…


Toronto Goes Dutch with Borrel – Canada’s First Brown Cafe

Toronto is one of the world's most diverse and cosmopolitan cities, welcoming people from every corner of the planet and with them a…


Icelandic Beer Reykjavik Beer Guide

Borg Brugghús: An Introduction to the Reykjavik Craft Beer Scene At Skúli

My eyes are drooping, my reactions delayed, my mood delirious. After an early morning arrival into Reykjavik, the trade off for a…


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Montreal Craft Beer Guide: An Entry Point to Quebec’s World-Class Beer Scene

Quebec has long been a beacon for beer enthusiasts from across Canada and around the world, with…

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Oktoberfest Tents Guide

Prostly Issue #9: The Festival Issue

Welcome beer drinkers from far and wide to the latest edition of Prostly, a magazine that fuses our two greatest loves - beer and travel. As the title of our ninth issue implies, we're focused on beer festivals this month - and more specifically…


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2018 German Beer Festival Guide and Infographic

As travellers who love to drink (or is that drinkers who love to travel?), we’ve long thought of the German beer festival as the ultimate destination. Over the years as we’ve traversed Germany, we’ve had the opportunity to enjoy many of the…


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Stuttgart Cannstatter Volksfest

Stuttgart’s Cannstatter Volksfest: Germany’s Other Epic Beer Festival

Oktoberfest has been enticing overzealous beer drinkers from far and wide to Munich for decades. Though 200 kilometers away, held during the same time, also originated out of a royal marriage, and with a similar focus on beer, another festival takes…


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Oktoberfest Tents Guide

A Tour of Oktoberfest Tents at Germany’s Most Popular Beer Festival

Oh, Oktoberfest. The holy grail of beer experiences is why bucket lists exist. For many, attending Munich’s infamous beer fest is an accomplishment on par with one’s graduation, wedding, or the birth of a child. It’s an event that will leave you…


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Budapest Beer Guide- Léhűtő

Where to Drink Craft Beer with the Locals in Budapest

Traditionally, Hungary is not a land of beer. Hungarians rather consider themselves a wine nation and, of course, the home of pálinka. Despite this, Hungary is often among the top thirty countries by beer consumption.


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Prostly Issue #8: Beer Here, There, Everywhere

Grab a seat & pop open a beer as Prostly's eighth issue has dropped. As the summer winds down we're back to featuring beers, bars and breweries from around the globe that'll inspire you to explore the world around you. Whether that means jumping on…


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Winking Seal Beer Co. Brings a Pop of Color to Saigon’s Beer Scene

Great beer is always a treat, though great beer in a cool and colorful setting, alongside mini pulled pork sliders is something to write home about. So that's exactly what I'm doing. Welcome to the Winking Seal Beer Co. Living in Vietnam, I found…


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St. Petersburg Beer Guide: Craft Beer Revolution in the City of Revolutions

St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city and the former imperial capital, eternally besmirched by my presence, happens to possess an extensive beer scene. This can perhaps be explained through geography and history. North of Europe is not ripe…


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The Dominion is Strong: Dominion City Brewing’s Capital Craft

There is perhaps no name more fitting for a brewery in Canada's capital than Dominion City. For those of you who aren't Canadian, or didn't pay much attention in history class, Canada's official title, coined 150 years ago when the British North…


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The Headwaters are Brewing: Escape Toronto on this Craft Beer and Cider Day Trip

When my friend James pitched the idea of a brewery tour around Caledon and the Headwaters area, I admit I was skeptical. Despite my love for all things craft beer, my knowledge of brewing geography remains decidedly urban. Toronto, Vancouver,…


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The Berlin Beer List: An Epic Day Exploring the City’s Best Beer Spots

When I last left off in the first-parter of this series, we had just been given the gift that all traveling beer lovers cherish - a list of Berlin's top beer spots compiled by three expats all making waves in the city's evolving beer scene. We now…


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Prostly Issue #7: The #Canada150 Edition

Today, the day we release the seventh edition of Prostly, is a special one for us. Not only is it Canada Day, it's the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation, when six provinces came together to form the Dominion of Canada. While Prostly…


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A Weekend of Beer in Ottawa with Dominion City’s Josh McJannett

Originally selected as Canada’s capital in a compromise by a Queen across an ocean who would never visit in person, Ottawa spent much of the last 150 years shaking off the impression (deep-seated amongst our fellow Canadians) that it was a backwood…


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Norse Brewery: The Family Beer

The folks at Norse brewery don’t want to focus on first names. They’re a family unit. Every single one of the Rogozhkins is a founding member of Norse Brewing Company, and that’s how they’d like to be known – as a family team. Father, mother, son,…


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Prince Edward County Beer Wine Whiskey

Beer, Wine and Whiskey in Ontario’s Prince Edward County

When it comes to famous wine regions in Canada, the Okanagan in British Columbia and the Niagara region in southwest Ontario take the lion's share of notoriety amongst travelers and drinkers alike. While these regions receive hoards of crowds during…


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150 Breweries To Visit During #Canada150 [Infographic]

This year is Canada’s 150th and to help you mark the occasion we've put together a list of 150 breweries to visit in 2017. To whittle down the more than 700 breweries in Canada, the Prostly team and our community of beer enthusiasts shared some of…


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Talllinn Craft Beer Weekend

Prostly Issue #6: New Beer in the Old Country

Prostly's sixth edition is here, which means it's our half birthday. We'll forgive you if your gift is late, or if it doesn't ever arrive we'll assume that all the delicious beer our lovely readers have sent us has been confiscated at the border.…


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Berlin Beer List - Street at Night

The Berlin Beer List: Touching Down & Tapping into Local Insight

As the wheels hit the pavement my heart skips a beat. I’ve travelled here without a plan to discover a place I’ve always wanted to go. Berlin. I’m here for you and I’m so keen to explore you through your beer. After a long wait in the cabbie queue I…


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