How to participate in Lancaster County’s exciting 2023 Ale Trail.

Today, we are thrilled to share a secret of the Lancaster area with you—the 2023 Ale Trail. It includes 24 different breweries in Lancaster County, and they decided to make a booklet to highlight all of them. They call this document the Ale Trail passport, and if you go to all of the breweries and get a passport stamp at each one, you can win prizes!

This is a great way to make sure you do not miss any of the fun brewery locations in our area. You can start at any of the locations; we just recommend calling ahead to make sure they still have passports left, as they are selling out quickly. Then you can pay $5 for the booklet and get started!

One of the coolest breweries in this Ale Trail is Fetish Brewery, and they have fun music, trivia nights, and live bands. Then you can follow the map at the beginning of the passport to find other fantastic locations.

If you have any questions about this or have a real estate need, do not hesitate to reach out. You can call or email us anytime, and we would be happy to talk with you. Maybe we can even meet at one of the locations on the Ale Trail!

Here’s a list of the 24 breweries in case you wanted to check them out:

-ARTifice Ales & Mead
-Bespoke Brewing
-Big Dog Craft Brewing
-Cartel Brewing & Blending
-Columbia Kettle Works
-Compass Mill Tap House
-Cox Brewing Company
-Fetish Brewing Company
-Funk Brewing
-Isaac’s Brewhouse
-Iron Hill Brewery
-Lancaster Brewing Company
-Mad Chef Craft Brewing
-Moo-Duck Brewery
-Our Town Brewery
-Pour Man’s Brewery
-Raney Cellars Brewing Company
-Rural City Beer Co.
-Saint Boniface
-Spring House Brewing Company
-Starview Brews
-Tattered Flag Barrel House
-Truth Beer Company
-Twisted Bine Beer Co.
-Wacker Brewing Company

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