Best places in the USA to enjoy your Beer Mule! Before we get started with the list (and you get virtually dunk!), visit the Spirit Airlines Official Site to book your Spirit Airlines Tickets now! Greenville A little city of 68,000 in the South Carolina upcountry and not America's best lager urban areas, Greenville has a great variety of beers. The local brewers here produce the most fabulous beer to taste! This place is known for its lavish cascades too. Greenville County Museum of Art is quite a bit of its broad assortment on American art. The place also has a baseball arena Fluor Field imitating the components of Boston's Fenway Park. Bent The Central Oregon city of 100,000 is only a three-hour drive from Portland. Bend has been a place with specialty brews for a considerable length of time. Deschutes Brewery set up in 1988, Cascade Lakes Brewery set up in 1994 and Bend Brewing Company opened in 1995, are three amazing places to taste the finest beers! Vista Vista isn't the capital of art beer blending in California but still, the breweries here are astonishing. Unofficially you can call it California's distillery capital. Seventeen distilleries in a town of only 19 square miles- wild, isn’t it? The
brewing culture and specialty brew have been beneficial for the travel industry and many tourists visit this California town just to enjoy a big mule of beer! Alongside this, you will find many food trucks and cafes to spend time at. Leesburg Leesburg is a beautiful Loudoun Valley village with midtown loaded up with old- fashioned stores and popshops. Leesburg has some veteran brewpubs that serve the strongest, yet the finest beer brews! The city’s landmark Tuscarora Mill has been offering a specialty brew since the mid-1980s, seeding Leesburg as a Virginia lager capital. So if visiting these American towns is on your mind, book your flight tickets to the USA now and get exclusive Spirit Airlines Reservations and discounts!