Daytona Beach Ale Trail
If you haven’t checked out the Daytona Beach Ale Trail and area taphouses, you don't know what you're missing! Discover some of the most incredible and unique brews you'll ever taste. Ales, lagers, stouts, porters, malts, blonde, brown, fruity, golden, red, honey, wheat, light, IPA, and more! Whatever you are looking for, you'll find it somewhere on the trail.
One brewery serves specialized popcorn, some serve snacks or appetizers, and some are full-blown restaurants. It's not uncommon to find local food trucks parked at the breweries, serving fresh seafood, barbecue, burgers and wings, all things Mexican, or anything else you might want to eat.
The few places I did visit were pretty accessible for my wheelchair. One place had to get out a ramp so I could hang out on the back deck, but that was okay with me. At least they did have a way to cater to my disability.
If you visit any of these stops along the ale trail, please email me to let me know what you think. Tell me your experience and let me know if the brewery was accessible for you. Thanks and enjoy!
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