The folks at Les Tours du Vieux-Québec will take you on an open air bus tour through the city, stopping at monuments like Old Quebec, the Plains of Abraham, the Grande-Allée, the old port, the Montmorency waterfalls, the First Nation’s Huron Village and so much more. During the tour you’ll get the chance to not only taste some incredible local wine, you’ll breathe in fresh air, admire the landscape and hop between vineyards.
Lunenburg is one of just two UNESCO World Heritage Site towns in North America, and the tour will explain all of its impressive architecture, history and culture along the way. Dates: June 1st – October 15th Prices: CAD Location: Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia Website: While there, you’ll sample seasonal and speciality brews while learning about different types of beers and how they are made by knowledgeable locals.
Dates: June 1st – October 15th Prices: CAD Location: Lunenburg, Nova Scotia Website: is no better way to experience the spectacular sites and atmosphere of Lunenburg’s historic streetscapes and working waterfront than on foot with Lunenburg Walking Tours. Brew Donkey Tours offer a variety of unique tours of Ottawa and Kitchener Waterloo’s craft breweries.
Dates: Year round Prices: 59 CAD Location: Québec, Québec Website: a city that touts its European feel and heritage, you can now get around town like you’re in Europe, too. Full-day: 9 CAD Location: Montreal, Quebec Website: one hour drive from Montreal and just a few minutes from Vermont, Kava Tours are perfect for wine-loving travelers, Canadians and Americans alike.
This is a must-see tour for anyone interested in the history of the First Nations in British Columbia. Although it’s dubbed the ‘Portland of the north’, you’ll leave this tour with the firm belief that this city can hold it’s own — especially when it comes to craft beers. Winter tour: February to April Prices: Half-day: CAD.