Visit Lebanon Valley, the official tourism organization of Lebanon County, is launching a new program this fall that aims to support the local Lebanon County brewers and the restaurants that support them.
The Digital Passport is a free program available to anyone over 21 years of age. This pass will highlight Lebanon County brewers: Snitz Creek Brewery, Mt. Gretna Craft Brewery, Rotunda Brewery, Under the Bridge Hard Cider, and coming soon the new Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery, along with some of the best Lebanon County restaurants.
Jennifer Kuzo, President of Visit Lebanon Valley adds, “The Libations Trail is a great opportunity to taste the best of Lebanon County and create an experience for all to enjoy. These brewers are using fresh, local ingredients and creativity to devise clever combinations that will keep you coming back.”
Once launched, participants will be able to visit a mobile passport landing page where they can sign up for their free Libations Trail Digital Passport by providing a mobile phone number. A link is then sent to their mobile phone, which opens the passport and directs the user to a home screen where they can access it anytime. There is never anything to download, and no bulky apps taking up space on the user’s phone.
Check out www.VisitLebanonVaIley.com/LibationsTrail for more information and how to sign up. Libations T-shirts will be given to the first 200 people that visit at least 8 of the participating locations. The pass is set to launch Sept. 27 and run eight weeks, through Nov. 20.
Visit Lebanon Valley is a non-profit organization tasked to promote and encourage visitor travel and activities within Lebanon County. VLV highlights the best of the Lebanon Valley while remaining true to our roots. For more information, visit the website.
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