Nine breweries and brewpubs across central Pennsylvania will open their doors April 4-6 and April 11-13 to craft beer enthusiasts for the Susquehanna Ale Trail’s signature event.
New this year is the addition of Gunpowder Falls Brewing, which brews authentic German-style lagers, according to a press release from the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Returning for 2014 are Bube’s Brewery, Lancaster Brewing Company, Liquid Hero Brewery, Mudhook Brewing Company, Rumspringa Brewing Company, Swashbuckler Brewing Company, Tröegs Brewing Company and Warehouse Gourmet Bistro & Brew Pub.
Passports, which are $15, include at least three beer tastings at each location, light appetizers, tours, a souvenir mug and 10-percent discount at participating breweries and brewpubs, the release states. Passports can be purchased at participating breweries.
The York County Convention & Visitors Bureau said it has also created a regionalized sample itineraries with activities in between stops on the Susquehanna Ale Trail during the Passport Event. Lodging packages are also available.
Fore more information on the Passport Event, visit the event website.
Comment below with your favorite beer from the participating breweries and brewpubs by noon April 3. One winner will be drawn at random from all the entries received, and announced in the comments section and on the Smart Facebook page. The winner will receive two standard passports, a prize valued at $30.
Susquehanna Ale Trail and Mason-Dixon Wine Trail map
Several breweries and wineries have been added to the Susquehanna Ale Trail and the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail in the past year.
The two trails were created by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau to promote the regional businesses.
Check out our Google map of the locations below.
View Susquehanna Ale Trail & Mason-Dixon Wine Trail in a larger map