Friday, June 21, 2024

Explore Lincoln City announces “Tap and Brew Trail,”

According to a news release from Explore Lincoln City a new self-guided tour of Lincoln City’s beer scene will be available online in time for “National Beer Day designated on April 7.

“This self-guided journey invites beer aficionados and adventurous travelers alike to immerse themselves in Lincoln City’s dynamic brewery scene at their leisure. The trail is not just a celebration of craft beer—ranging from hoppy IPAs to rich stouts—but also an opportunity to enjoy Lincoln City’s stunning natural landscapes, including the picturesque Siletz Bay.
Guided by the digital passport, participants can explore local favorites, from the oldest bar on the Oregon Coast to family-owned breweries, and even a tiki-themed spot known for its selection of Oregon microbrews. After downloading the free passport, participants can check in at each location and work their way towards redeeming prizes.”
Here’s how the Tap and Brew Trail works:
  1. Sign up online: Use the checkout here to sign up for this free passport. There is no app to download.
  2. Explore the passport: This mobile-exclusive passport is a collection of curated breweries and pubs to explore during your stay.
  3. Redeem: When visiting a participating business, visitors should present their pass to a staff member to activate a unique pin to check in at that location. Each stop on the trail gets you one step closer to winning great prizes! Current participating locations include Aces Sports Bar & Grill, Beachcrest Brewing Company, Gilgamesh Brewing – The Coast, McMenamins Lighthouse Brewpub, Pelican Brewing – Siletz Bay, Snug Harbor Bar and Grill, The Beach Club & Event Center, The Pines Dine – A Food Truck Village and Zeller’s Bar & Grill with more locations to be potentially added in the future.
Don Williams
Don Williamshttps://lincolncityhomepage.com
Don Williams serves as publisher and editor of The Lincoln City Homepage.

1 COMMENT

  1. Tap and Brew? How about Weed and Tats Trail? Stops at the never ending sprawl of marijuana stores and tattoo parlors running the length of Lincoln City. Or Eat Like a Hobo Trail, with stops at one of Lincoln City’s several homeless shelters. Now that is Exploring the REAL Lincoln City.

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