Discover the unique tastes of Adams County, Pennsylvania's craft beverages with a self-guided journey along the Adams County Pour Tour.
Destination Gettysburg is aware of concerns regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019).We are committed to leading the way in redefining safe travel with strategies in place, including up-to-the-minute reopening information, tips, and resources to ensure safe travel conditions for all visitors. Please visit the Safe Travel page on the Destination Gettysburg website to learn more about the businesses that are currently open and operating, including the locations along the Adams County Pour Tour. Please call each business in advance to verify their operating status as conditions are changing frequently. Masks are required when entering a business.
Grab your passport and collect stamps as you treat your palate to the wines, ciders, spirits, meads and craft brews found in Gettysburg’s downtown tasting rooms and throughout the Adams County countryside. Our new interactive trail map allows you to plan your journey and get step-by-step directions to your next location right from your mobile device. Our bountiful orchards, vineyards and farmlands produce flavorful fruits, hops, honey and grains that we turn into amazing craft beverages for your enjoyment.
With the collection of unique stamps from official Adams County Pour Tour partners, you will be eligible to collect a prize from any of our partners. Prizes will be given for 5, 12 and 20 stamps. Participating locations will stamp and date your passport upon providing you with the prize. Once all 32 stamps are collected, our Pour Tour travelers will be entered to win a getaway to Gettysburg and will be able to keep their passport complete with tasting notes. Passports are free of charge and can be picked up at official Adams County Pour Tour stops. Plan your Adams County Pour Tour adventure today!
Please drink responsibly and appoint a designated driver. Participants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID. It is illegal to sell, serve, or give alcoholic beverages to any person visibly intoxicated. Establishments have the right and responsibility to refuse service to anyone who is visibly impaired.