Drink Your Way Through Route 66 (Best Breweries on Road)

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About Route 66

Route 66 is one of the most famous highways in the United States. The highway originally stretched for 2,448 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles and was the United State’s first all-weather highway, paved in 1926.

Is Route 66 Still Drivable?

While you can drive much of the original Route 66, you can’t take the original road in its entirety. You’ll need to go alongside the route in some places where the original road has not been maintained. When the official route ends, you’ll simply jump on frontage roads or highways before jumping back onto the historic Route 66 when it picks back up.

How Long Does It Take to Drive Route 66?

Route 66 is not a route you speed through just trying to get to your destination; Route 66 is all about the journey. At a minimum, you should plan to spend three weeks exploring the route in its entirety.

Drink Your Way Through Route 66 (Best Breweries on the Road)

- DESTIHL Brewery (Normal, IL) - Lost Signal Brewing (Springfield, Mo.) - Marshall Brewing Company (Tulsa, Okla.) - Big Texan Brewery (Amarillo, Texas) - Santa Fe Brewing (Santa Fe, N.M.) - Mother Road Brewing Co. (Flagstaff, AZ) - Santa Monica Brew Works (Santa Monica, CA)

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