Craft Your Adventure

Beer | Wine | Spirits

[Plus some awesome food and places to stay]

The Pocono Beverage Trail is a craft beverage lover’s dream. It’s a beer trail, a wine trail, and spirits trail in one. (We’ll drink to that!) Craft your adventure as you explore the best wineries, breweries, and distilleries throughout the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

Antler Ridge Winery

The home of Pennsylvania’s gold medal wines with three locations in the Poconos.

Barley Creek Brewing Company

Handcrafted. Fresh. Awesome. This craft brewery has more than 14 brews on tap.

Franklin Hill Vineyards Tasting Room

A fun tasting room featuring wines made with Pennsylvania grapes.

Mountain View Vineyard, Winery & Brewery

Enjoy locally produced wine, beer, and distilled spirits while overlooking stunning vineyard views!

ShawneeCraft Brewery

True to nature. True to craft. This microbrewery sits along the scenic Delaware River.

Tolino Vineyards

The brand new Tolino Tasting room will open in beautiful downtown Stroudsburg next month.

Wallenpaupack Brewing Company

Half brewpub. Half bar. All fun.

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[Restaurants in the Poconos]

From elegant small plate menus to burgers as big as your face, there’s plenty to eat as you explore The Pocono Beverage Trail.


[Places to Stay in the Poconos]

There are so many breweries, wineries, and distilleries in the Poconos that you could never visit them all in one day. Make a long weekend of it and find some places to rest your head and recharge.

The Pocono Beverage Trail is a non-profit organization where the best distilleries, wineries and breweries throughout the Pocono Mountains come together to offer a one of a kind experience. It’s a beer trail, a wine trail, and spirits trail all in one. You may start and end at any point along the trail you want. That way, each and every time you take part in the Pocono Beverage Trail it will be a unique adventure.

It all starts by purchasing your Pocono Beverage Trail Passport! Passport holders are eligible for $5 tastings at every location on the trail. Your first 5 tastings are absolutely FREE! Your passport also gets you additional special offers and promotions at each establishment. You can purchase your passport for just $25 here.

Once you have your passport, you’re ready to begin your craft beverage adventure. As long as they are a participating venue, where you start on the trail is completely up to you. Various participants include scenic vineyards, distilleries and breweries such as Pocono Brewery Company, Tolino Vineyards, Barley Creek Brewing Company, Red Castle Brewery and many more! Along the trail, you may visit participating establishments in any order you desire, and end at any point you wish. When you get hungry, try one of the many restaurants in the area. Check out the ‘Restaurants’ tab on this page to see some of your options. Why not make it a long weekend? There are tons of wonderful hotels and bed and breakfasts to make your overnight arrangements. The ‘Places To Stay’ tab will give you a few ideas!

Participating PA counties include Carbon County, home to the charming town of Jim Thorpe. Monroe County and Wayne County, which holds beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack, the Lacawac Santruary, and Tanners Falls, are also included. The maps provided on this website are separated into county regions to make it easier to plan your trip. To view the maps, check out the ‘Maps’ tab at the top of this page. More breweries, distilleries and wineries are added often, so be sure to check back here regularly!

We strongly recommend setting up a designated driver or hiring a transportation service to ensure you and your group’s safety. Click the ‘Transportation’ tab at the top of this page to see some available options in the Pocono area. Questions regarding specific breweries, wineries, and distilleries on the Pocono Beverage should be addressed to them directly.

Our Mission

The Pocono Beverage Trail is dedicated to the promotion of its members and to the education of the public in general in order to further these purposes, the organization shall conduct promotional and educational activities within the meaning of section 501c (6) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, including: (a) creating public awareness and (b) such other means as are appropriate and consistent with the restrictions set forth in the Articles of Incorporation.