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What is SHELTON BROTHERS INSIDER TOURS?

THE BEER TOUR THAT TAKES YOU WHERE OTHERS DON’T.

After more than twenty years of offering our American countrymen the experience of tasting the best artisanal beers of Europe, Asia, Oceania, and South America right in their own dens, on their porches, or at their local watering holes, the Shelton Brothers now embark on our second noble mission: to bring our countrymen to the source. To offer a beer tour experience unlike any other.

We’ve always madly loved traveling — especially when it has involved “discovering” beers that inspired us. And our greatest satisfactions have come from finding amazing, little-known beers in out-of-the-way places, as well as meeting, befriending, and finally, supporting the creators of many of those beers.

We have for two decades attempted to pass along a hint of these very gratifying feelings and experiences to our customers by hauling a few hard-earned cases or kegs back to our own shores and spreading them around as much as possible. Admittedly, we have also enjoyed our semi-privileged access to the remote village beer gardens, the unknown cellars, and, occasionally, the company of the brewers themselves. But in the end, you, the customers, are the ones that keep us all going. And now we want you to experience in person what we have thoroughly enjoyed being privy to all these years.

Or at least some of it…

Welcome to beer travel that takes you to the world’s best, yet often most unsung  places, and people. Welcome to Shelton Brothers Insider Tours.

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“Each trip has been a whirlwind of rambling fun, rustic countryside and some of the most notable traditional beers in the world. We’ve wandered the dark bierkellars below Annafest, drunk beer in monastic caves and had many memorable experiences in the breweries and the charming biergartens of the region. Now that these biery adventures are available to the general public I can suggest you pack your bags and go early and often.”

– Dann Pacquette (Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project)