Lebanon County’s official tourism bureau is kicking off a spring “Libations Trail” promotional contest on Thursday, April 7, showcasing 12 local watering holes.

Starting Thursday, April 7, and running through Thursday, June 2, participants will be able to stamp a “digital passport” at participating establishments, with commemorative libations t-shirts to be awarded by Visit Lebanon Valley to those who visit at least six locations during the eight week period.

Participating establishments include:

A free kickoff party featuring live music, snacks, and samples from a few of the breweries will be held on Thursday, April 7, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Lebanon’s Warehouse 435 (435 Willow Street). Five local brewers will be their showcasing their libations: Rotunda Brewing Company, Snitz Creek Brewery, Mount Gretna Craft Brewery, Under The Bridge Hard Cider, and Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery.

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“The Libations Trail is a great opportunity to taste the best of Lebanon County and create an experience for all to enjoy,” said Visit Lebanon Valley president Jennifer Kuzo in a press release. “These brewers are using fresh, local ingredients and ingenuity to create clever combinations that will keep you coming back.”

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