Tag - Breweries

Rohit Vijayakumar, PA Turnpike

Need to stretch your legs? Hop off of one of the four Pennsylvania Turnpike exits in the Laurel Highlands and you’ll find plenty of exciting experiences nearby! Exit 110 – Somerset Somerset Historical Center (4 miles from exit) Learn more about the region’s local traditions and rich agricultural contributions, including…

Helltown Mischievous Brown Ale

Fall is here and our local brewers are cooking up new recipes faster than a coven of witches. Follow our guide and try all of the newest Oktoberfests and pumpkin beers in the Laurel Highlands! Be sure to bring your Passport to complete the Laurel Highlands Pour Tour and earn great prizes along the way. All Saints Brewing Our fall beer tour starts…

Pour Tour Guide

The Laurel Highlands is excited to announce the brand-new Laurel Highlands Pour Tour. The Pour Tour is perfect for finding a new brew, enjoying a wine tasting with friends and traveling someplace new to change up your next night out. We put together this handy guide so that you can experience everything that the Pour Tour has to offer! What is the…

Voodoo Brewery | Spirits and Spirits

A 3-Day, 3-Night Trip Fall is the perfect season to pair spooky stops with sensational samples of beer, wine, ciders and shine. Considered the number one beer producer in the country, Pennsylvania’s brew trails have now expanded into the Laurel Highlands with endless opportunities to taste and travel on the Laurel Highlands Pour Tour. Tour…

AS Beer Flight

Barbecue and Brew Roundup

Friday, June 14, 2019 9:00 AM by Nicole Worsham

Welcome back, summer, our dear old friend. We’ve missed the warm weather, long days and, of course, the food! And what says summer more than barbecue and ‘brew? Nothing! In this article, we’ve rounded up some well-known and hole-in-the-wall places to satisfy your fair-weathered favorites! Big Black Grill If you’re…

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Laurel Highlands Winter Bucket List

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 1:00 PM by Allyson Null

If you're looking for activities to keep yourself busy and entertained during this year's chilly season, look no further than the Laurel Highlands! Below is a sampling of recommendations to add to your winter bucket list. Not only will you have a blast, you will more than likely leave the region with a few new hobbies! Take an Art Class…

Seven Springs Zip Line

Laurel Highlands Fall Checklist

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 10:00 AM by Allyson Null

The trees are turning color and the leaves are slowly falling. Fall is here! That means it is now perfectly acceptable to wear sweaters and eat and drink everything pumpkin flavored! The Laurel Highlands always has something fun to do during every season, but fall brings unique, festive opportunities. Not sure what fall in the Laurel Highlands has…

Things to Do on a Rainy Day in the Laurel Highlands

The Laurel Highlands may be the hub of outdoor adventure and family fun, but sometimes rain can ruin your plans. Don't worry, there is plenty to do indoors! Read on to see just a few of the many ways to keep dry and have fun during your visit! Travel Back in Time and Learn About the Nation's First Coast-to-Coast Highway Did you know that…

Apple Pie Moonshine Mule - Ridge Runner

With a winter season full of snow, adventurers have flocked to the Laurel Highlands for everything from skiing and snowtubing to sleigh rides and ice festivals. After a long day on the slopes, warm up in the taprooms of our craft breweries with these winter beers or mixing a cocktail from our local distilleries. Four Seasons The Winter Warmer,…

Great Allegheny Passage

Explore the Laurel Highlands with this 3 day trip, perfect for the whole family. Get a glimpse of what Fayette, Somerset, and Westmoreland Counties have to offer. Day 1: Enjoy the #1 kids park in the world, Idlewild and SoakZone. Your ticket to family fun, Idlewild features dozens of rides and waterslides. Have dinner in Latrobe, and swing by…

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