Travel the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail

For years, craft beer lovers have forgone the usual trip to the beach or sightseeing mission and instead have packed up their growlers for a craft beer adventure.

Whether it’s a specific city like Denver or Asheville, or trekking around regional destination like New England, the high concentration of craft beer is the ultimate draw.

With that in mind, the Cumberland County Visitors Bureau started the brand new Cumberland Valley Beer Trail aimed at highlighting local breweries and craft beer-centric restaurants (plus one wine shop).

“We saw everyone leaving the area for craft beer trips and wanted to do something that showed them what we have here,” said Aaron Jumper, communications manager for the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau. “We’re really excited to see where this can go.”

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The new beer trail features 15 venues including breweries, breweries-in-planning and craft beer-focused bar/restaurants.

“We’re really excited to be a part of this,” said Ashleigh Corby, owner of Market Cross Pub. “People always talk about the beer trips they take out of the area, and it’s exciting to keep them here.”

How to participate

Your beer trail adventure starts when you pick up a Beer Trail passports at one of the participating venues or download the official Cumberland Valley Beer Trail Passport.

Collect stickers at each location you visit. Once you get five stickers, mail your passport in for a chance to win a gift card from one of the venues in a monthly drawing.

You will get one entry for every five stickers you earn.

Cumberland Valley Beer Trail Passport includes:

Visit the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail for more information, hosted events and sample itineraries!

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