Kayaking and Drinking: Is Kabrewing Safe?
2018 was a great year for kabrewing as it continued its steady rise in popularity. But what exactly is it and why are more and more kayakers trying it?
Well, for starters, it mixes the beautiful and relaxing atmosphere of the great outdoors with the fun vibe of drinking with your friends. This unlikely mixture of fun activities has provided many friends, colleagues, and couples with the most unforgettable experience.
If you’re particularly fond of paddling and casual drinking, then there’s nothing better than kabrewing.
Now let’s move on to the most important question of all:
What is Kabrewing?
Kabrewing is just a clever name for kayaking and drinking beer. You wouldn’t actually be brewing anything—you’ll be more focused on beer tasting, actually. But a KaBrew tour is a kayaking and brew tour that will surely excite the most adventurous thrill-seekers.
The earlier version of “kabrewing” is actually named “cabrewing” and this is a combination of canoeing and brewing. There’s a slang term called cabrewing, but it simply refers to the act of drinking while canoeing. That’s not what happens here. You kayak to your next destination and then have a pint or two.
Many people wonder: is kabrewing safe? And the answer is yes! Believe it or not, these tours are well planned out. These are guided tours that won’t let you get too drunk before you get to the next destination.
And yes, most brew tours are famous for multiple brew locations that you get to access by paddling!
PaddleTC in Traverse City in Michigan, for example, is one of the most popular kabrewing businesses, with its many unique breweries accessible via their guided tours.
The Boardman River in Traverse City is one place you can take a kayak trip on the way to some of the best craft breweries in Northern Michigan.
Kabrewing is Growing in Popularity: What to Expect from Your Guided Tour