On the ride, you'll find much more than just beer, however. "We start here in Durango like our normal train ride would," says Robbins. "On your way [to Cascade Canyon in the San Juan National Forest] you see gorgeous views. The highline is one of the peak moments because it's jaw-dropping. You could just look out the train, and there's this huge 500-foot cliff down to the river you're looking over."
Meanwhile, the brewers are still bringing beers right to your seat. "When you get to Cascade, the train stops and lets everyone off in a forest-y grove," Robbins continues. "It's the middle of the forest. You're not near anything except our tracks. Prior to that train arriving, we've already hauled up the caterers, the food, and the musicians." So at the mid-point of the trip, it's time for lunch, live music, and, of course, more beer.