D&SNGRR Expands Popular Durango Brew Train Craft Beer-Tasting Series with Nine New Summer Dates
138-Year-Old Historic Railroad in Southwest Colorado Now Offers Both Summer and Fall Durango Brew Train Experiences Featuring Award-Winning Local Craft Breweries, Exceptional Live Music, and Gourmet Cuisine from Notable Durango Bistros
By: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
A craft beer showcase spotlighting prominent Durango-based breweries and culinary artists, this year's Durango Brew Train will feature both summer and fall excursions to meet unprecedented consumer demand. Departing from the railroad's Rockwood station and traveling to Cascade Canyon, the summer series will take place June 15, 22 and 29; July 6, 13, 20 and 27, and August 3 and 10, and only offer one-price, standard-class fares. For the fall series on August 31 and September 28, guests have the option of purchasing standard, deluxe, and first-class fares. All excursions feature live music, gourmet food, and additional craft-beer tastings at Cascade Canyon. Tickets to the summer and fall Durango Brew Train are selling fast, but remaining seats can now be purchased online through the D&SNGRR website at https://www.durangotrain.com/
"With each passing year, the Durango Brew Train becomes increasingly popular among our guests as they remain attracted to high-quality, locally-produced craft beer, and want to experience the unparalleled scenery and excitement offered by the D&SNGRR."
About The Durango Brew Train
With excursions now from June through September, the Durango Brew Train is a craft-beer lover's dream come true. As the D&SNGRR makes its way among through the San Juan National Forest and along the Animas River valley to Cascade Canyon, guests mingle with knowledgeable brewers and sample products from such award-winning Durango-based breweries as Animas Brewing Company (http://www.animasbrewing.com/
Ticket Prices and Availability
Summer: Departing from the D&SNGRR's Rockwood station north of the city, Durango Brew Train summer series tickets are $139.00 per person, and only offered in standard class. All tickets are subject to an eight percent historic preservation fee. The nearly four-hour event is open only to adults 21 years of age or older.
Fall: Departing from the D&SNGRR depot in downtown Durango, Durango Brew Train fall series tickets are $149.00 per person for standard class; $189.00 per person for deluxe class; and $229.00 per person for first class. The September 28 excursion is completely sold out, and a handful of tickets remain for the August 31 event. All tickets are subject to an eight percent historic preservation fee. The seven-hour event is open only to adults 21 years of age or older.
Tickets to the summer and fall Durango Brew Train are selling quickly, so guests should act immediately to guarantee their respective spots on their preferred excursion dates. Tickets can be purchased online through the D&SNGRR website at http://bit.ly/
Note to Editors: High-resolution photos of the Durango Brew Train are available upon request by contacting D&SNGRR marketing specialist Martha Gowin at (970) 385-8801, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keith R. Pillow, APR, MBA