Ohio Brew Trails

If your one of those people who enjoy getting out and sampling various craft beers, then we have a few trails for you!

With an impressive and growing Ohio craft beer scene,  many of our Ohio visitor bureaus have teamed up with local breweries to create unique brew trails.  These trails not only offer you a chance to sample some uniquely crafted beers,  they also offer you an opportunity to earn free items for visiting a certain number of breweries on each trail.   So gather a few of your friends, and head out to experience all the various types of beers available on each trail.

Note:  You must be 21 years or older to participate in any of the below tours. Additional restrictions may apply.  Before participating, please review all rules for each brew tour.    Please drink responsible.  And please do not drink and drive.  

 

CLEVELAND BREWERY PASSPORT

Start date:  Awaiting updates.
End date:
Locations:
Awards:

Website: thisiscleveland.com/beerpassport

 

SUMMIT BREW PATH

Start date:   The 2020 date TBA
End date:
Locations:  18 locations in Summit, Portage and Stark Counties.
Website: summitbrewpath.com

 

COLUMBUS ALE TRAIL – COVID-19 updates

Start date: 2020
End date:
Locations:  Columbus area
Website: cbusaletrail.com

 

 




 

ROUTE 33 BREW TRAIL

Start date:
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Locations:  Route 33, south of Columbus, Ohio
Award:  Collect stamps from all 6 Brew Trail breweries to receive an Anchor Hocking Route 33 Brew Trail pint glass.
Website:  route33brewtrail.com

Requirements:

  • Pick up a trail guide at the Fairfield County Visitor’s Bureau or one of the participating breweries.
  • Make a qualifying purchase, then get your booklet stamped
  • Redemption centers:  At the end of your completed trail, bring your passport to the Visit Fairfield County Visitor Center in downtown Lancaster (205 W. Main Street), or Double Edge Brewing Company (158 West Chestnut St.)

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