Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail

Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail

Drink in the Shenandoah Valley

Locally sourced beer in Virginia is a tradition that began in 1587 (when Virginia colonists brewed their first ale using corn).

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 Valley Fresh, Valley Brewed

Sample some of the best craft beer in the country as you make your way along the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail. With 13 breweries to try, all within an easy hour’s drive from one another, relax and enjoy all the Shenandoah Valley has to offer. Boasting some of the nation’s most beautiful farms and mountains, take in the scent of ancient forests on a hike, explore a fascinating new community, taste the fresh flavors of a farm-to-table meal, or listen to music under the stars as you discover a new favorite band. There’s so much to enjoy in the Shenandoah Valley. Plan your next adventure at: www.BeerwerksTrail.com

Raise A Glass!

Cheers to the newest additions to the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail: Basic City Brewing and Great Valley Farm Brewery. The breweries opened their doors within a week of each other; Basic City in the newly restored Virginia Metalcrafters building in downtown Waynesboro and Great Valley Farm Brewery in Rockbridge County’s Natural Bridge.

How to Participate in the Passport Program

1. Visit any 6 of 14 Breweries

Pick up your passport at any of our participating breweries or visitor’s centers (Harrisonburg, Staunton, Lexington and Rockbridge, or Rockfish Gap). Once you have your passport it’s time for the fun part to begin.

2. Stamp Your Beerwerks Trail Passport

Collect SIX  stamps at any brewery on the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail. Be the first to complete your passport and send it in to win more COOL stuff.

3. Get your T-shirt (aka bragging rights)

Mail your passport. Be sure and include your email, mailing address, and your shirt size! Must be 21 or older to participate. Only one t-shirt per person. Valid while supplies last.

Locally sourced beer in Virginia is a tradition that began in 1587 (when Virginia colonists brewed their first ale using corn).

Insider's Tip:
Our breweries frequently host food trucks, most welcome patrons to bring in carryout, and a few offer a full menu or local snacks. Check the websites for details or call ahead to be sure.
Insider's Tip:
Our breweries frequently host food trucks, most welcome patrons to bring in carryout, and a few offer a full menu or local snacks. Check the websites for details or call ahead to be sure.