Ale Trail Craft Beer & History Experience

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  • 3 hr

Beer. History. Do we need to say more?! Take a fun and fascinating step back into Florida history with our Ale Trail Craft Beer walking tour! On this uniquely curated experience, you and your licensed, knowledgeable guide will stroll around the charming streets of St. Augustine, the oldest city in the nation, discovering the best in Florida craft beers. Learn about the early days of St. Augustine and how the business of beer has evolved in the Sunshine State. See for yourself why we are one of the fastest growing and most highly regarded beer producing regions in the country. As part of this journey, we will visit notable landmarks, unique brewpubs, and state-of-the-art tap rooms, all while learning about the legacy that beer has left on St. Augustine. Hear tales of coastal Florida’s brewing past and visions of its promising future while sampling an abundance of delicious beer along the way.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: St. Augustine Experiences

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Both Prince Achille Murat (nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte), and American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson stayed here in the 1820's to fight a bout of illness. This 1790 coquina house is a great example of Second Spanish period architecture.

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Extending south from the Plaza to Bridge Street, Aviles Street is one of the narrow, brick lined, historic streets of the city which has retained much of its colonial character.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: St. George Street

Starting at the Old City Gates and extending to historic Lincolnville, St. George Street is the center of shopping, entertainment, historical sites, attractions, and restaurants.

Pass By: Father Miguel O'Reilly House Museum

With parts of the structure dating back to 1691, the O'Reilly House is St. Augustine's oldest standing home. Father Michael O'Reilly moved into the house in 1785 and was a leading figure in the construction of the Cathedral. Upon his death in 1812, he willed the house to Catholic Church. It is now operated as a museum by the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Pass By: Plaza de la Constitucion

The plaza has been a central part of St. Augustine since 1573 when it was first laid out by the Spanish Royal Ordinances.

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The narrowest street in the city! Built only 7 feet wide to make it almost impossible to steal gold being transported from the ships to the Royal Spanish Treasury.

Pass By: Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

The oldest and largest masonry fort in the continental United States. Finished in 1695 and survived 2 British attacks. It is not part of the National Park Service.
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