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CAEDC: New CV Beer Trail line-up goes on tap

CAEDC: New CV Beer Trail line-up goes on tap


CAEDC is excited to share that we have unveiled our updated Cumberland Valley Beer Trail passport program. The Cumberland Valley Beer Trail invites you to tap, tour and try a pint at our local breweries, brew pubs, distilleries and wineries.

The updated passport has a total of 29 locations including four new locations: Appalachian Brewing Company of Shippensburg, Burd’s Nest Brewing Co., Grand Illusion Hard Cider and Dead Lightning Distillery.

There are also five new “Coming Soon” locations, including the County’s first winery at a vineyard:

  • The Winery at The Long Shot Farm – 1925 McClures Gap Rd., Carlisle
  • Bridge Street Brew Works – 305 Bridge St., New Cumberland
  • Cold Springs Inn & Brewing Co. – 993 Park Place, Mechanicsburg
  • Hook & Irons Distillery – 137 N. Hanover St., Carlisle
  • Mellow Mink Brewing – 4830 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg

View a list below of participating locations to pick up an official Cumberland Valley Beer Trail Passport. Once you visit a location inside of the passport you can get a sticker for each location you visit.

Collect stickers, tear off the back panel, fill out your information and either mail or e-mail it to us to win prizes. Collect 5 stickers to win a bottle opener, 15 to win an opener and t-shirt, and 20 to win an opener, t-shirt and to be entered into a quarterly drawing for $50 in Gift Cards for Beer Trail locations.

Experience the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail responsibly by booking a package from our official transportation partners, Unique Limousine and Premiere #1 Limousine Service.

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Chambersburg to Carlisle

Roy Pitz Brewing Company – (140 N. Third St., Chambersburg)—A variety of regular and seasonal craft beers brewed on-site in a historic 1900’s building plus a full menu.

Gearhouse Brewing Co.—(253 Grant St., Chambersburg)—Small craft brew pub with farm influenced beers and a focus on supporting local resources.

Appalachian Brewing Company of Shippensburg – (15 W. King St., Shippensburg) – Restaurant with flagship and seasonal craft beers; more than 20 ABC beers on tap daily.

Molly Pitcher Brewing Company – (10 E. South St., Carlisle)—Locally-owned brewery and taproom with a variety of craft beers brewed on-site.

Castlerigg Wine Shop – (110 S. Hanover St., Carlisle)—Wines from local PA wineries, several varieties of craft beer, and small appetizers.

Market Cross Pub & Brewery – (113 N. Hanover St., Carlisle)—English fare and brews, with over 250 varieties of beer including a few brewed on-site by Market Cross. Visit the outdoor Beer Garden.

Burd’s Nest Brewing Co. – (19 N. Hanover St., Carlisle) – Artfully-crafted beer made from fresh, local ingredients.

Grand Illusion Hard Cider – (26 W. High St., Carlisle) – Cidery and wine bar; largest selection of craft ciders on draft on the East Coast, plus craft beer and sodas. Food menu available.

Café Bruges – (16 N. Pitt St., Carlisle)—Traditional Belgian food, along with beers and ales from this region of the world.

Desperate Times Brewery – (1201 Carlisle Springs Rd., Carlisle)—Twelve craft beers brewed on-site, along with a restaurant specializing in authentic German fare and other items.

Carlisle to Mechanicsburg

Appalachian Brewing Company of Mechanicsburg – (6462 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg)—Restaurant with specialty beer and craft soda production on-site, enjoy ABC favorites and new seasonal brews.

Harty Brewing Company – (146 Walden Way, Mechanicsburg)—Cozy taproom with small-batch craft beers brewed on-site and a rotating selection of seasonal brews.

Larsen Meadworks – (35 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg)—Creative and unusual approaches for dessert wines and dry bruts.

T.J. Rockwells – (896 W. Grantham Rd., Mechanicsburg)—Lunch and dinner options with a great bar, craft beer and large, outdoor deck.

Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Co. – (4925 Ritter Rd., Mechanicsburg)—Specializing in hand-made brick oven pizza, Italian-American cuisine, and hand-crafted lagers and ales.

Big Bottom Brewery/Al’s Pizza of Dillsburg – (6 Tristan Dr., Dillsburg) – Traditional pizza shop with on-site craft brewery.

Mechanicsburg to the West Shore & Downtown Harrisburg

Ever Grain Brewing Co. – (4444 Carlisle Pike, Camp Hill)—Variety of hand-crafted beers brewed on-site, with seasonal and locally-sourced food menu.

Brewhouse Grille – (2050 State Rd., Camp Hill)—Restaurant with indoor bar and large seasonal outdoor bar with a changing list of craft brews.

Dead Lightning Distillery – (311 Bridge St., New Cumberland) – Hand-crafted rum, vodka and whiskey.

Al’s of Hampden/Pizza Boy Brewing – (2240 Millennium Way, Enola)—Features 100+ options on tap, including a selection from the on-site Pizza Boy Brewery, also offers pizza and subs.

Appalachian Brewing Company of Harrisburg – (50 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg)—Restaurant with specialty beer production on-site, plus brewery tours.

Millworks – (340 Verbeke St., Harrisburg)—Features on-site brewery, rooftop biergarten, local & sustainable restaurant, and 3 art galleries with 18 artist studios.

The Vegetable Hunter – (614 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg)—Small batch brewing using fresh and unexpected ingredients, plus vegan menu.

Zeroday Brewing Co. – (250 Reily St., Harrisburg)—Clean, balanced ales and lagers brewed on-site with a fun snack menu.


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