Craft Brew Lovers with a Hiking Problem.

Our First Year Video, 2017!

We had our first hike on June 17, 2017 in Maryland. Ten members signed up and 6 showed up. Now the group has evolved into one huge family!


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Hike to Heal

Same great hikes, same great people, same great laughter and exercise! 

Future HFB Farm House & Trails

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Frederick County Maryland

Coming Fall of 2021!

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Hike For Beer On MeetUp!!
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Just between Meetup & Website, HFB Costs $369.99 / year


Check out the Intro to Outdoor Survival Course!

On November 3, 2018, Hike for Beer put on an Introduction to Outdoor Survival course at the property of Springfield Manor Winery. Over 100 sign ups and so many volunteers made it a great day of hiking and learning! 

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what we've been up to!


Two and a half years after its inception, this wonderful family became 5,000 members strong! Not every member drinks and it is surely not a requirement!  If anything about this group peaks your interest than chances are you will fit right in! We hike and meet up at a local pub or brewery afterwards! Our ages range from 21 to 90 years old! 


Maryland - Virginia - DC - Pennsylvania  - West Virginia  -  North Carolina  - 
New York  -  Arizona  -  Colorado

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***We are seeking volunteers to head up new HFB locations in  Tennessee, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, and California.***

Notice:  There are no self proclaimed nor appointed trail experts on these hikes. There are no guides to assist. This group is simply friends coming together to hike through the woods; one foot in front of the other. If you are not comfortable with your skill level please consider wisely. If you attend a trail hike, please research the area on your own prior to hike day in order to familiarize yourself with the area and hike difficulty. If at any time during a hike you should be concerned with the trail, the duration of the hike, or your experience level, you should be able to turn around and go back on your own. Always hike with plenty of water.