With every turn of the head, new breweries are finding a home in Alabama, each with their own colorful scene of animated crowds, local food trucks and live music. Alabama’s craft beer is rooted in Southern appreciation, but visitors from all walks of life fall in love with these frothy brews and the impressive culture that surrounds it.
This is the place where Alabama will come alive from anywhere you may be. Allow yourself to step foot into three different worlds and experience some of the gems found in our communities.
Little River Canyon National Preserve sits peacefully at the top of Lookout Mountain in Northeast Alabama where Little River makes its home, the longest mountaintop river in the country. Here, nature lovers are enamored of the cleanest water in the South and the exhilarating rush of water through the Southeast's deepest canyons.
Established in 1703, Mobile is home to the oldest Mardi Gras celebration in the United States, rounding up to 100,000 people who join in the festivities. For weeks, the streets of downtown Mobile are filled with the sights and sounds of live marching bands, brilliantly colored floats and, of course, crowds of parade-goers.