Katie McGrain from Around the World In Katie Days has sent in this picture. Taken at Mount Snow, Vermont, USA.
This XX beer was the thirst quenching prize at the end of a 10 mile long Tough Mudder. They spent 5 hours running up and down a mountain, jumping off cliffs, rolling through mud and getting electrocuted- all for a beer! Worth it? Definitely.
The Tipsy Nomads: Wow! Just Wow. That sure is a tough way to earn a beer. It must have tasted pretty good after all that exercise. What better way to celebrate than with a beer!
Jay has sent in a picture of Clara and Candice on their deck.
It is located at the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. It is sunset with the local beer, Imperial.
The Tipsy Nomads: Thanks for sending in the picture. What a perfect spot to enjoy a beer as the sun goes down.
Autumn Standing from the travel blog Standing In Argentina has sent in this fabulous picture from Pipa da Praia, Brazil. It is at the Praia do Amor, which means ‘Love Beach’. She is just lounging around on a February day and drinking with class.
The drink is a typical Brazilian drink, a Caipirinha.
Sooooo much lime.
The Tipsy Nomads: What a wonderful shot! Love the lines and vectors in the picture, as well as the drink which is taking centre stage. Thanks for sending it in Autumn, love it.
Mac and Steve enjoying a Saigon Red Beer in the backpacker area, district 1 of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The shops just put plastic chairs and tables on the street when the sun goes down and serve drinks
Beers are about 55 cents and is drunk with ice.
Thanks for the pic, it looks like a lot of fun.
This picture was taken by Chris from www.CingTheWorld.com.
Some afternoon drinks at a popular beach kiosk called Bar da Areia in Leblon, Rio de Janeiro.
A cold Stella Artois beer and a fresh Lychee Caipirinha! (with sake instead of cachaça)
Chris has just posted an article about a bar crawl on his blog that he did in Rio, take a look, I’m sure you all will like it!
Thanks for the great pic Chris, looks like heaven on earth and what a great way to round off the day, with some nice drinks.
This is one of the more unique posts and unique drinks.
Jenny from JennyRTW is drinking Umqombothi, which is beer made from maize, sorghum, yeast and water. She is drinking it from a calabash in a traditional shebeen in Soweto, Johannesburg.
How fantastic and fun does that look?
Check out her blog as she prepares for her around the world trip this year.
She has also written a post naming this site as one of her favourite travel blogs!
Thanks Jenny and keep the pics coming 🙂