Capital Craft Beverage Trail Launches Passport [PHOTO]
One of the greatest things about the Capital Region is the recent growth in craft beverages. What started off as one or two has now led to so many, you need a passport to check them off of your list!
The Capital Craft Beverage Trail (CCBT) has launched a Passport program which includes Albany County, Saratoga County, Schenectady County, Rensselaer County, Greene County, and Columbia County. They kicked off their passport program at the recent Drink Saratoga event at the Saratoga Automobile Museum on June 15th. You can pick up one of these passports at any of their member locations.
The way the passport works is when you visit one of the producer locations (listed below), you get two stamps. You get one stamp on the passport itself and another on a back tear-off sheet so you can turn those in for various prizes.
- Common Roots Brewing
- Druthers Brewing Company, Saratoga
- Artisanal Brew Works
- Shmaltz Brewing Company
- Wolf Hollow Brewing Company
- Mad Jack Brewing Company
- Druthers Brewing Company, Schenectady
- Great Flats Brewing Company
- Brown’s Brewing, Troy Taproom
- YesFolk Tonics
- Hudson-Chatham Winery, Troy
- Shmaltz Brewing Company, Troy
- Brown’s Brewing, North Hoosick Taproom
- The Beer Diviner
- S&S Farm Brewery
- Altamont Vineyard & Winery
- Oligan Distilling
- Meadowdale Farm Winery
- Indian Ladder Farms Cidery & Brewery
- Fort Orange Brewing
- Druthers Brewing Company, Albany
- Nine Pin Cider
- Albany Distilling Co.
- C.H. Evans Brewing Co, Albany Pump Station
- Hudson-Chatham Winery, Tannersville
- Rip Van Winkle Brewing Co.
- Chatham Brewing
- Hudson-Chatham Winery