Beerwerks Trail brings visitors to valley breweries

Spread the love

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) The passport program with the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail is helping to bring more visitors to the valley and its breweries.

Since it started in December, there have been over 10,000 visits to breweries with the

program. Visitors can earn a free T-shirt if they visit six breweries on the trail and get their passport stamped.

According to the Waynesboro Economic Development and Tourism said the program keeps people coming back to the valley to earn their stamps and try other breweries.

“We’ve even had people who happened across the passport program while they were here, couldn’t complete it, come back down for another visit a few weeks later so they could complete it,” said Courtney Cranor, assistant director of Economic Development and Tourism for Waynesboro.

Currently, there are 14 breweries on the trail, but they are expanding in the next few months. Two new breweries will be added by the end of the year.

Source:  Click here to read the original story by Hannah Hall/ WHSV.