Thank a lot for the tips! What if the whole thing took just one day, including visits to several locations? I take it it could be called "tour" too, since we making multiple stops. Is that right?How would the phrase "Picturesque Belgian Beer Trips" sound to a native ear? (note the change of word order of the auxiliary verb to make it a question)
This could sound like you are taking people on a tour of picturesque Belgian beers! It would be better to write “Beer Tours of Picturesque Belgium”
If you use the word “trips”, it would need to be “Beer Trips Round Picturesque Belgium” which is longer and slightly odd to my ears, which is why I suggest using the word “tours”
Thanks. <-----Off-topic comments removed by moderator (Florentia52)-----> Some of the breweries in Belgium have been around for centuries and could indeed be considered as picturesque...I would say tour is the usual jargon for this sort of tourist activity.
Your original idea does not ring true because of the word order, you have picturesque modifying the beer. We'd ususally say picturesque for the countryside or architecture etc. Also, to be honest, who chooses a BEER trip because of the scenery? I dont imagine the breweries or beer are particularly "picturesque" in themselves. The ideas don't blend all that well.
But the OP of this/that thread now wants to combine it with sightseeing perhaps to attract more clients...It may be helpful to know that this phrase has come up on WordReference before. Modifier order: Belgian Beer Saturday vs Saturday Belgian Beer Trip