It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Adams County.
From wreath-lined streets to shimmering lights, enjoy the wonderful local craft beverages found on the Adams County Pour Tour.
Explore cozy downtown tasting rooms and the beautiful countryside on your quest to taste the best Adams County has to offer. Grab your passport book to earn stamps and take notes on the drinks you sample or sign up for your free digital passport on your mobile device.
Mulled wine is now available at Adams County Winery, Brookmere Winery, J & P Winery, and Mount Hope Winery at Gettysburg. Warm up with this spiced wine, heated to perfection. Purchase mulling spices to make your own mulled wine at home.
Adams County Winery – Gettysburg Wine Shop takes mulled wine and freezes it. Stop by for this tasty sorbet or sample multiple flavors with a flight.
Throughout Gettysburg and Adams County, you’ll find no shortage of places to shop local. Finish your Christmas shopping, then treat yourself at Chicken Hill Distillery, Jack’s Hard Cider Tap Room, and Mela Kitchen at Jack’s Cider House. Whether moonshine, wine, cider, it’s all delicious!
Don’t stop there. The Marketplace at Gettysburg offers more craft beverage tastings, as well as countless other vendors showing off their unique, hand-made items.
Give the gift of finely crafted beverages with bottles, cases, and other swag from Pour Tour stops.
Enjoy the festive energy of historic Gettysburg as you taste the local craft beer, cider, wine, mead, and spirits.
Begin your downtown journey at Appalachian Brewing Company – Battlefield, situated near the fields of Pickett’s Charge. Just around the block, check out Fourscore Beer Co. for everything from lagers to sours.
Buddy Boy Winery Tasting Room and Hungry Run Wine Cellars’ tasting rooms are conveniently located next to each other. Tour the nearby Jennie Wade House and check out the views from East Cemetery Hill.
Stroll along Steinwehr Avenue and visit the veteran owned-and-operated Tattered Flag Tap Room – Gettysburg. Earn two passport stamps by trying a beer and cocktail.
Make your way to Baltimore Street and experience more history… and drinks! Dawg Gone Bees – Gettysburg offers various flavors of mead, which is considered one of the world’s oldest fermented beverages. Drink like a Viking, then head down the street to Reid’s Winery: The Cider House. The large Sycamore trees close by bore witness to both the Battle of Gettysburg and Abraham Lincoln passing by on his way to deliver the Gettysburg Address.
Taste the legacy at Mason Dixon Distillery. Housed in a 100+ year old factory with beautifully restored brick walls and original wood beams, indulge in delicious local food and cocktails.
For more holiday spirit, visit the neighboring town of New Oxford. Take the Lincoln Highway (Route 30) and head east. On your way, stop at Appalachian Brewing Company – Gateway for a quick bite and drink.
For festive splendor, check out The Christmas Haus. Decorated trees, nutcrackers, wood carvings, and so much more awaits you.
At the New Oxford Square, visit the original Dawg Gone Bees – New Oxford where mead isn’t the only product Dawg Gone Bees offers. Browse hand-made sun catchers, jewelry, beeswax candles, and other bee-related products.
In nearby Abbottstown, Center Square Brewing serves craft beer and savory meals inside the Altland House, one of the longest continuously run taverns in the country.
Conclude your Pour Tour journey with a drive through the backroads of Adams County and admire the South Mountain Range. Between Boyer Cellars, Thirsty Farmer Brew Works, and Halbrendt Vineyard & Winery, upper Adams County keeps you moving.