Six new beverage makers are joining the Adams County Pour Tour just in time for the one-year anniversary. In addition to wineries, cideries, distilleries and breweries, mead will also be available on the tour starting this spring.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled with the success of the Adams County Pour Tour,” said Norris Flowers, President of Destination Gettysburg. “In its one year, more than 15,000 passport stamps have been collected and over 1,200 prizes have been given out since the launch of the trail. We only expect these new stops to bring new participants to the trail, and also give a new reason for previous travelers to return.”
The six new stops joining the trail include:
“In just one year the pour tour has impacted Reid’s Winery and Cider House in the greatest way possible,” said Laken Wiles, Reid’s Winery: The Cider House. “It has brought in many new customers and gave returning guests even more reasons to come back to try more of our wines and ciders. The Pour Tour gets these guests to step out of their comfort zone, try something new and receive more stamps!”
The Pour Tour includes 21 stops both in historic Gettysburg, as well as throughout the heart of the Pennsylvania Fruit Belt – amongst 20,000 acres of fruit trees, farms and markets.
Guests can take their passports to each of the stops and treat their palates to the wines, ciders, spirits, craft brews and mead found to earn stamps that are redeemable for various prizes. Five stamps earn participants a set of coasters, 12 is a tote bag, and 20 is a set of pint glasses. Earning all stamps will enter participants into a contest to win a getaway to Gettysburg.
For information on the Adams County Pour Tour, visit www.AdamsCountyPourTour.com.
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