Walt Disney World
We know what you're thinking: Disney World is better known as a source of parental PTSD than as a place to sip a cold one. But this massive complex in Orlando, Florida, comprising four theme parks and more than 25 resorts, also has some 600 different beers on offer — 600! — making it one of the best draft-swilling destinations in America. You can grab a Yeti Imperial Stout at the base of the Expedition Everest roller coaster, sip Gulden Draak Dark Triple Ale in the magician-themed AbracadaBar lounge, or order the St. Bernardus Abt 12 at the Indiana Jones–ish Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar. Plus, Disney has two exclusive brews: an Anheuser-Busch–brewed Safari Amber lager and Kungaloosh Spiced Excursion Ale, the latter created for Animal Kingdom's upscale Tiffins restaurant. There's even a dedicated app, Beers and Ears, devoted to tracking what's on tap and where. And Disney provides one experience you can't get anywhere else: a global drinking tour, on foot. At Epcot, each of its 11 World Showcase pavilions features native brews: Boddingtons in an imitation British pub; La Fin du Monde on draft next to a mock Canadian waterfall; Estrella Damm outside an intricately tiled Moroccan city; and Warsteiner Premium Dunkel in Germany's Biergarten Restaurant (which sells Oktoberfest-worthy brews by the liter). After three or four countries, you might even start enjoying that song from Frozen again.