A beer trail serving the midstate has formed and its first event is scheduled for April to promote local breweries and beer businesses, according to the York County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The bureau is managing the Susquehanna Ale Trail similarly to the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, which recently expanded to Maryland and includes participants from several midstate counties, spokesman Rob Mayer said.
Organizers picked the name to allow for expansion throughout a large region, he said. Passports for the inaugural festivities during two weekends in April went on sale Monday, Mayer said.
Seven breweries and beer-related businesses are on board with the Susquehanna Ale Trail, he said.
Breweries include Lancaster County-based Bube's Brewery, Lancaster Brewing Co. and Stoudt Brewing Co.; Dauphin County-based Troegs Brewing Co.; and York County-based Mudhook Brewing Co.
York County-based Mr. Steve's Homebrew and Wine Supplies and the soon-to-open Good Dog Taproom in downtown York round out the list.
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