Two lucky beer lovers will win a weeklong tour of Holland and Belgium, traveling through the countries’ canals and waterways on a private cruiser and sampling the finest beer and cuisine during this October trip. The tour, offered by Bon Beer Voyage, is sponsored by Brussels Airlines, Draft Magazine and Palm Belgian Craft Brewers.
Bon Beer Voyage’s 2015 Amsterdam to Bruges Beer Vacation Cruise from October 17 to 24 will include tours of some of Europe’s finest breweries, including Westvleteren, De Molen, Brouwerij Bosteels, Brouwerij Palm, De Dolle, Jopen and De Struise. Gourmet meals and cuisine a la biÃ¨re will be prepared by a private chef onboard the cruiser and hosted at an exclusive beer-paired dinner at Palm’s Diepensteyn Castle. Participants will also enjoy privately guided tours of Amsterdam, Leuven, Dordrecht and the medieval town of Bruges.
“This is truly a beer-lover’s dream vacation and has been one of our most popular tours – it has been sold out and wait-listed for months,” said Ruth Berman, CEO and BBB (brains beyond the beer) of Bon Beer Voyage. “But two more lucky beer lovers will be able to join us on this ‘beercation’ of a lifetime in a cabin reserved especially for them by our generous sponsors.”
Winners will fly roundtrip on Brussels Airlines from New York to Belgium. Contest entries must be received by August 15, 2015. Visit BonBeer.com for the official contest entry form and rules. Call 1-888-U-GO-BEER (888-846-2337), visit www.BonBeer.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on all of Bon Beer Voyage’s specialty beer tours, including information on the 2016 Amsterdam to Bruges Beer Vacation Cruise.
Bon Beer Voyage, a Florida-based travel company with more than 20 years of travel experience, was created for the beer enthusiast who enjoys traveling throughout the United States and around the world to savor the best in craft and specialty beers, as well as gourmet beer-paired meals and cuisine a la biÃ¨re. Bon Beer Voyage specializes in weekend and weeklong tours for small groups with an emphasis on locations known for their craft beer production, and cultural, historical and tourist sites that will interest all travelers.
posted by Andrea Gonzalez 8/3/15