The craft beer movement in New Brunswick has exploded onto the scene in recent years and has come a long way. Offering an unprecedented amount of styles, these locally crafted beers give many options for beer drinkers across Canada as well as to the world.
Start your day of exploration and discovery at The Bay of Fundy where the world's highest tides are recorded thanks to its unique delta shape. At the extreme, the difference between the low and high tides can measure up to 19 meters! Arrive at the bay when the Atlantic Ocean has rescinded and walk up to 40 feet across the ocean floor. Observe previously dark, hidden caves and the sea stack rocks looming over you that were carved by the water over time.
Continue to the lovely seaside community of Saint Martin with its giant lobster traps and rugged fishing boats. Here you can visit the lighthouse and grab a photo of the area's iconic twin covered wooden bridges. In Saint John you will stop by Picaroons, Big Tide and Loyalist City Brewing, the area's most famous craft beer establishments. Watch first-hand the careful process used in developing exclusive beer flavors found only in the Maritimes.
You will also find 150-year-old Moosehead Breweries, one of Canada's oldest breweries. Foghorn Brewing Company, a relative newcomer to the beer scene, is on the outskirts and a must-do. While in town be sure to note the architectural styles of some of the oldest housing stock in North America, then pop into one of the many gift shops and pick up a souvenir or two before heading back to port.
Throughout your 6-hour tour your guides will share fascinating facts and personal insights about this uniquely wonderful part of New Brunswick. Reserve your spot on this nature-meets-hops excursion today.