Best Beach Towns From Coast To Coast

Living your best life is better done in the sun… Consider this your sign to book a trip to the beach! We put together a list of our favorite spots from coast to coast. All you have to do is pack your sunscreen and grab a case of cold, ready-to-drink Kombucha Cocktails!

Santa Barbara, CA

Santa Barbara is a seaside escape on the California coast. It’s a great spot to find an array of outdoor activities, vineyards and top-notch dining. However, it’s the not-to-be-missed beaches and surf-friendly waves that make Santa Barbara an iconic beach town.

While you’re here, catch the sunset at Butterfly Beach. It’s west-facing views make it the most beautiful spot to end the day.

Hilton Head Island, SC

Hilton Head Island has over 12 miles of accessible, public beaches along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Recognized as one of the best family beach vacation destinations in the United States, there is something for everyone on Hilton Head Island.

While undoubtedly a great spot for outdoor activities, true low-country life is about relaxation. Enjoy bike rides. Indulge in fresh seafood. And finally, unwind with your favorite cocktail (we’ll let you guess our’s.)

Ocean City, MD

From a classic 1902 ferris wheel with incredible views, to over 10 miles of warm, sunny beach, Ocean City is a staple for beach vacations. Fishing, watertours and shopping are just a few things on the long list of things-to-do in Ocean City.

Spend your day in the sun, and your night strolling the boardwalk, to find some of the best beaches, thrills and food that the East Coast has to offer.

Capitola, CA

This quaint, oceansize town is California’s first ever beach-resort, and perhaps the nation’s most eclectic. Located in Santa Cruz, Capitola is decorated with brightly-colored shops, painted murals and glittering beaches.

Sight-seeing isn’t the only must-do thing in Capitola. Head to the water for boogie boarding, fishing and lounging at the beach.

Sanibel Island, FL

Known for its sunsets and seafood, and most importantly, its seashells… Sanibel Island is a “must” when it comes to beach vacations. Seashells and sand fill the glorious beaches of the island, so much so that “shelling” is the island’s most popular activity.

By the end of your trip, you’ll have a collection of sparkling seashells and have perfected the “Sanibel Stoop” (the classic, full-body bend that’s a sheller’s go-to stance.)

Saugatuck, MI

The best beaches don’t have to be on the ocean. When it comes to having great beaches, Saugatuck is the best of the Midwest, and Top 25 in the World according to Condé Nast Traveler. Just a short 2-hour drive from Chicago, this laid-back coastal town is celebrated for its restaurants and galleries just as much as its beaches.

Indulge in a weekend of wine tastings, or BYOB (in our case we’ll BYOKC.. Bring Your Own Kombucha Cocktails) and experience Saugatuck from a sailing cruise on Lake Michigan.

Enjoy Kombucha Cocktails At These Fun Summer Destinations!

It’s finally summer, and our ready-to-drink cans are just as ready as you are. In honor of celebrating warm weather and good vibes, we launched a major summer sale on all of our flavors.

So… let us help you catch your breath in between adventures. Add Kombucha Cocktails to your packing list so you can enjoy our award-winning cocktails overlooking vast prairie lands, unforgettable sunsets and brilliantly-blue lakes. This summer is about embracing adventure. Pack your bags, and a cooler, and head to any of these destinations!

Lake Tahoe, CA

Beach town? Mountain town? If you ask us, you shouldn’t have to choose. Lake Tahoe has both.

Tahoe is the largest Alpine lake in North America, and it’s beauty is unmatched. We already know that being outdoors is important to you, especially in the summertime. With hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, an abundance of beaches and over 39 trillion gallons of crystal clear water, you’ll spend plenty of time outdoors.

Due to its versatile landscape, Tahoe is also a hotspot for outdoor festivals, concerts and sporting events.  Escape the heat and head up to the mountains, or embrace it while paddleboarding on the water. Our cans can do both.

Cape Cod, MA

Summer in Cape Cod means whale watching season. With several eclectic beach towns, the Cape offers some of the nation’s best tours, art festivals and of course, seafood.

Stay at an iconic bed and breakfast, like The Old Harbor Inn, or a cabin on Martha’s Vineyard Campground. Your day might look something like this: breakfast at the iconic Artcliff Diner, Mashpee Commons for shopping and ending with a sunset whale watching tour.

Sounds pretty good to us!

Browns Canyon, CO

This one’s for our adrenaline junkies. If your summer must-haves include just about anything to get your blood pumping, head to Browns Canyon. No matter your skill level, Brown’s Canyon lets you enjoy the glorious outdoors in ways you never have before.

Whether your horseback riding through Colorado’s wilderness, soaring over the mountains on a zipline tour or white water rafting down Colorado’s most thrilling rapids – you’re guaranteed to get that rush.

Badlands National Park, SD

Cedar Pass campground, which is operated by the National Parks Service, showcases the best of the Badlands. Surrounded with views of vast prairielands, hiking trails and native plants and animals, the Badlands is a naturalist’s paradise.

Whether you choose to camp in a tent, or an RV, the campground has you covered. With buttes and spires on full display, it has several amenities and access to the park’s many features that will elevate your camping experience.

Enjoy the rugged beauty of the Badlands with your friends and a mindful beverage.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, MI

The name speaks for itself. This natural beauty, located in the Upper Peninsula, offers some of the best of the Midwest. The jaw-dropping colors that inspired the name “Pictured Rocks,” come from the natural minerals that paint the 15-miles of cliffs lining Lake Superior.

While you’re here, be sure to take advantage of the crystal clear waters. Some of the best views can be seen while kayaking the shores of Gitchee Gumee. Home to waterfalls, beaches and sand dunes, this is a premium exploration destination!

Upper Mississippi River

If camping and hiking make you think, “been there done that,” let this be your next adventure. Explore the Missississippi from a houseboat. If this is your first houseboat experience, don’t let the word “boat” intimidate you. You’ll be joined by a guide for the first few hours of your trip to ensure that you’re well equipped for your excursion.

The river is lined with natural scenery, boat-in beaches and sandbars and small towns with tons of character. You can swim and socialize during the day, and let the water rock you to sleep at night.

Impress your friends with your sense of adventure, and your great taste in cocktails, and hop on the Mississippi.