5 of Idaho's Best Hiking and Brewery Pairings

Hit the trail then quench your thirst with an Idaho brew.

Idaho breweries crisscross the state offering up a variety of hand-crafted beers just waiting to satisfy your tastebuds. Plus, a beer never tastes better than after a great hike on a warm summer day. Bonus: pair your local beer with some delicious pub food and you've got a recipe for the ultimate post-hike meal. Raise a glass to getting outside and exploring Idaho this summer.

Boise

1. Stack Rock and Payette Brewing Co.


Photo: Dusty Klein

Sun Valley

2. Johnston Pass and Sun Valley Brewery


Photo: Sarah Sheehy

Idaho Falls

3. "R" Mountain and Idaho Brewing Co.


Photo: Josh Packer

Coeur d’Alene

4. Mineral Ridge and Slate Creek Brewing Co.


Photo: Rose Freeman

Salmon

5. Goldbug Hot Springs and Bertram’s Brewery


Photo: Ross Perkins

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Cover photo: Ross Perkins

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Published: July 20, 2016

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