A Girls Weekend Away
May 11, 2021
Spring is here and we are so ready to shake off the winter blues with a little time on the Pour Tour. A lot is happening on our craft beverage trail, from new releases to expansions, so you’re going to want to make some plans to check it out this spring.
Effective April 4, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will implement updated mitigation restrictions across the entire state, including indoor and outdoor capacity limits, elimination of the food requirement for alcohol consumption and the return of bar service.
For a full list of updated safety mandates, business hours, event updates and cancelations, visit our Safe Travel page.
Adams County Winery is more than doubling the size of its winemaking facility, which will allow them to have more space to continue to make their popular wines as well as a space for making creative, small-batch wines.
Battlefield Brew Works/Spirits of Gettysburg Distillery has partnered with Divino Pizzaria out of Hanover, PA. Divino’s will operate out of the brewery and provide guests with pizza, wings and much more while they enjoy beverages.
Mason Dixon Distillery released a spiced apple sour boxtail that features their spiced rum. Also available is a new bottled cocktail – The Last Word – which features their craft gin for a very herbaceous experience.
Fourscore Beer Co. released a blended pack of sour beers – Crockett, a Pina Colada Sour DIPA, and Tubbs, a Crooked Crab’s Strawberry Daiquiri Imperial Sour.
Two of J & P Winery’s most popular wines, Midnight Romance and Grapelicious Pink, are now available in mini bottles.
Adams County Winery will be releasing their spring seasonal wine on April 10. This white wine has been sweetened with honey and peach juice and will be available at the Farm Winery and the Gettysburg Wine Shop.