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Views and Brews on Western PA Booze Tours
While enjoying your favorite alcoholic beverage never goes out of season, the fall is perhaps one of the best times of year to sip and savor. Autumn truly provides the perfect occasion to relish complex drinks, long conversations, and the changing fall leaves. Usher in colder weather with award-winning and belly-warming craft beers and spirits on two of Western Pennsylvania’s most popular alcohol tours.
The Pittsburgh Original Brew Tour hosted by City Brew Tours will take guests to four different breweries to sample up to 16 craft brews along with thoughtful food pairings. Both long-established and up-and-coming breweries selected for this tipsy tour through the Steel City are sure to engage your curiosity as well as your taste buds with behind-the-scenes views of the brewing process and inside information on the history of beer production and consumption. Tickets are priced at $129 and include all beer samples, delicious food pairings, and comfortable transportation between venues.
The Laurel Highlands Pour Tour provides creative and flexible self-guided tours through the best beers, wines, and liquors the region has to offer. After requesting a “Pour Tour Passport,” visitors can choose their own adventure from a selection of several different itineraries, each highlighting an alcoholic beverage of one’s choice. Or sample from among them all—from wine, to cider, to moonshine, to mead, to craft beer, the list of options is sky-high in the Laurel Highlands. Just make sure to collect stickers at each destination for a chance to win merchandise and other fun prizes. The Spirits and Spirits itinerary provides a seasonally on-point tour that combines the spooky and spectacular with samples of some of the best libations around. Or if wineries and picturesque views appeal to you more than the paranormal and edgy brews, try the three-day Vines and Blooms tour, which will usher you through gardens and scenic byways while sampling the best live entertainment, shopping, and local fruit of the vine.