Lebanon County’s official tourism bureau, Visit Lebanon Valley, kicks off the Fall Lebanon Valley Libations Trail on Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Community of Lebanon Association’s 8th Street Music and Brewers Festival.

Six brewers (and their Oktoberfest offerings) will be featured at the CLA event, which runs from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. with live music the whole time. Expect to taste free samples or purchase a glass from the following local brewers at the CLA festival:

  • Rotunda Brewing company
  • Snitz Creek Brewery
  • Mt. Gretna Craft Brewery
  • Under the Bridge Hard Cider
  • Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery
  • Isaac’s Brewery

The libations trail runs eight weeks – Saturday, Sept. 17, to Saturday, Nov. 12 – and is open to anyone over 21 years of age.

During this period, Visit Lebanon Valley will offer an online, mobile-friendly check-in experience where participants earn incentive prizes after visiting at least three of the establishments.

15 establishments are participating in the fall libations trail:

  • Funck’s Restaurant
  • Isaac’s Craft Kitchen & Brewery
  • Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery
  • Mick’s All-American Pub
  • Mount Gretna Craft Brewery
  • Mt. Gretna Hideaway
  • Quentin Tavern
  • Rising Sun Bar & Kitchen
  • Rotunda Brew Pub
  • Rotunda Restaurant & Brewery
  • Seven Cuz Beer Store
  • Snitz Creek Brewery
  • Snitz Creek Brewery at Fort Indiantown Gap
  • The Gin Mill
  • Under the Bridge Hard Cider

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

“It always feels right to support our local businesses, and this program highlights some of the best.”


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