Prostly Issue #12: Hecho en Mexico

Hola Chicos! We're showcasing and celebrating the beers of Mexico in our latest issue of Prostly. Craft beer has become a phenomenon in this large and diverse country, like with much of the world. But Mexico is a bit of a unique case. Major global beer…


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Biercito Brewery: A Mexican-German Mashup in Puerto Escondido

Puerto Escondido is the ideal beach town. Situated on the Oaxacan Coast, the small town has escaped the mass tourism and resort culture prominent in many of Mexico's other oceanfront spots. Travlers are drawn to the relaxed vibe in Puerto Escondido, a result…


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Mexico City Craft Beer: A Guide to Cervezas Artesanales in CDMX

Mexico City is gigantic. Arriving by plane, I'm always amazed at how far the city sprawls. It's incredibly impressive from above, but even more so when you're on the ground, tucked into one of hundreds of neighbourhoods within the city limits. You're a tiny…


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15 Beer Travellers You Should Follow On Instagram

As long as there have been places renowned for their beer, there have been mildly intoxicated travellers willing to venture halfway around the world to seek them out. Belgium for their Trappists. Bavaria for their traditions and festivals. And more recently,…


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Oaxaca Craft Beer Guide: Breweries, Bars and Bottle Shops

The world is having a love affair with Oaxaca. And what's not to love? It's an incredibly vibrant city with young and hip locals, is Mexico's mezcal capital, and boasts one of the country's most interesting food scenes. Oh, and then there's Oaxaca craft……


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Prostly Issue #11: Here’s To A New Year

Hello friends! As it's our first issue of the new year, all of us at Prostly want to wish everyone a happy 2018. May it be filled with family and friends, excellent conversations, fulfilling travel and incredible beer.


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From Plantation to Porter: West Indies Beer Co’s Chocolate Mongoose

Located on the southern tip of the island in Lance aux Épines, West Indies Beer Co. came on the scene in 2014 and was the first new brewery in Grenada in over 50 years. West Indies produces a dozen or so beer styles and ciders, some mainstay and some…


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Frenchtown Brewing: Resilient Beer in Post-Hurricane St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

After a year in business on the tropical island of St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands, Frenchtown Brewing Company was living every new brewery's dream. Community support was strong, business was booming and plans for expansion were underway. Owners Kevin and…


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Fort Lauderdale Craft Beer: Bars, Breweries and Bottle Shops You Shouldn’t Miss in South Florida

Fort Lauderdale is a microcosm of the weird and wonderful. Its beautiful beaches have for decades attracted hoards of spring breakers, family vacationers, and Canadian retirees alike, eager to escape the winter weather. Its canal system (that locals would…


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The Ultimate Ljubljana Beer Guide and the Biggest Lie in Slovenia

If you were to hear the phrase “Slovenia’s biggest lie”, you might think that it would have something to do with our tendency to exaggerate our heroic history or to downplay the small size of our country. But that’s not the case. Slovenia’s biggest lie is, in…


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Prostly Issue #12: Hecho en Mexico

Hola Chicos! We're showcasing and celebrating the beers of Mexico in our latest issue of Prostly. Craft beer has become a phenomenon in…


Biercito Puerto Escondido

Biercito Brewery: A Mexican-German Mashup in Puerto Escondido

Puerto Escondido is the ideal beach town. Situated on the Oaxacan Coast, the small town has escaped the mass tourism and resort culture…


15 Beer Travellers You Should Follow On Instagram

As long as there have been places renowned for their beer, there have been mildly intoxicated travellers willing to venture halfway around…


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Mexico City Craft Beer: A Guide to Cervezas Artesanales in CDMX

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Prostly Issue #11: Here’s To A New Year

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From Plantation to Porter: West Indies Beer Co’s Chocolate Mongoose

Located on the southern tip of the island in Lance aux Épines, West Indies Beer Co. came on the scene in 2014 and was the first new brewery in Grenada in over 50 years. West Indies produces a dozen or so beer styles and ciders, some mainstay and some…


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Frenchtown Brewing: Resilient Beer in Post-Hurricane St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

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Fort Lauderdale Craft Beer: Bars, Breweries and Bottle Shops You Shouldn’t Miss in South Florida

Fort Lauderdale is a microcosm of the weird and wonderful. Its beautiful beaches have for decades attracted hoards of spring breakers, family vacationers, and Canadian retirees alike, eager to escape the winter weather. Its canal system (that locals would…


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Cologne Beer Guide: The Water is Good in the Land of Kölsch

In their famous and tongue-in-cheek Cologne folk song 'Dat Wasser vun Kölle' the band Bläck Fööss points out that the water of the city is so good it can even be used to develop photographs. I have never tried to develop holiday snaps in the Rhine, but as a…


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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 our tenth issue (double digits!) and the second last of 2017 as the year rapidly comes to a close. For those like us on…


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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 seemingly endless selection of delicious dishes, drinks and authentic establishments to serve both. It's a reality often…


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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 questionably cheap flight, I'm trying hard not to think about the fact that I've been up for over 24 hours, or do the math needed…


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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 acclaimed breweries like Le Trou du Diable, Dieu Du Ciel!, Brasseurs du Monde and La Voie Maltée claiming top prizes at North American and international beer…


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