Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail passport now full year; makes perfect gift

Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 11/30, 2016 at 10:07 AM

Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail passport now full year; makes perfect gift

Just some of the tastes you can find on the Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail.

Those looking for a great gift for the locavore in their lives now have the perfect holiday present, thanks to the Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail now moving to a full-year passport to a variety of local wineries, distilleries, and breweries.

Previously, the Tasting Trail was an April event, but increased interest has expanded it to a full year. The Central Pennsylvania Tasting Trail consists of 12 craft beverage producers in Centre County, including four microbreweries, four wineries, two distilleries, and two cideries: 4 microbreweries, 4 wineries, 2 distilleries, and 2 cideries. All the trail members are excited to share their process and their products, and so have created the Tasting Trail Passport.

Each passport holder receives a free gift or free tasting at each stop on the trail when they present their passport to be stamped. As a bonus, if you complete the entire trail, you receive a Tasting Trail hooded sweatshirt, which is not available for sale but has to be earned by visiting all the stops throughout the 12 months you have the passport. The passport is good for 12 months out from date of passport issuance. 

Passport holders must be 21 years of age or older to participate, and only one passport per visitor is permitted.

The participating trail members include: Barrel 21 Distilling & Dining, Big Spring Spirits, Elk Creek Café & Aleworks, Good Intent Cidery, Happy Valley Brewing Company, Happy Valley Vineyard & Winery, Keewaydin Cider Mill, Mt. Nittany Vineyard, Otto’s Pub & Brewery, Robin Hood Brewing Company, Seven Mountains Winery, & University Wine Company.

Passports can be purchased at any of the participating outlets, or can be bought online at Big Spring Spirits’ website.

{name} Author: Jamie Oberdick

Bio: Editor, Local Food Journey | Passionate about supporting local food in Central PA


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