The Cumberland Valley Beer Trail launched in April 2017 with 15 participating locations, With the newest passport now available, the trail has expanded to 26 locations -- from Chambersburg to Harrisburg -- offering craft beer and wines, mead, hard cider, and spirits. Whether you are trying the trail for the first time or you've participated before, the distinctive styles along the trail will delight you and the new locations will keep you coming back for more. Download your passport or pick up a printed copy at any of the participating locations. Collect stickers from each location you visit and submit for prizes. You must get a sticker from at least five different locations to earn a prize. The more stickers, the better the prize!
Jigsy's Brewpub & Old Forge Pizza in Enola and Mellow Mink Brewing in Mechanicsburg are the most recent additions to the trail. Jigsy's house-brewed beers -- including Citra Wheat, Blueberry Wheat, Pale Ale, Whiskey Barrel Stout, Amber Ale, Big J Double IPA Spring Saison plus seasonal selections -- blend nicely with their wings, salads, pizzas, and award-winning soups. Mellow Mink's casual taproom specializes in sour and farmhouse ales. Other options include several varieties of house-made sparkling waters and sodas on draft and a selection of locally sourced wines and spirits.
Transportation & Lodging
As always, Beer Trail participants are encouraged to drink responsibly. Book a package with the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail's exclusive transportation partners Unique Limousine and Premiere #1 Limousine for a safe and fun way to experience all the great locations throughout the Valley.
Be sure to check the events calendar for events along the Beer Trail and to help you better plan your weekend getaway. Click here for a list of lodging options -- from comfortable B&Bs to full-service hotels.
Be on the look out for these new locations coming to the Valley.
- Hook & Irons Distillery, Carlisle
- Cold Springs Inn & Brewing Co., Mechanicsburg
- The Winery at The Long Shot Farm, Carlisle
Check back for more information about each location as they open.
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