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Open for Business: Capital Craft Beverage Trail

WNYT Staff
Created: July 01, 2020 07:29 PM

It's not directly connected to Phase 4, but more than 50 area wineries, distilleries and breweries gathered in Saratoga Springs on Wednesday to announce this year's Capital Craft Beverage Trail and Passport Program is open for business.

Participants get a map showing the way to craft beverage makers in eight counties throughout the Capital District.

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Last year's program ended in March just as the pandemic started closing tasting rooms.

This year, organizers are focused on ensuring safety for the community, while providing support for local businesses.

Passports are free and can be found at participating businesses.

Business owners aren't the only winners here. The more places you visit and check off your passport, the more prizes you win, everything from koozies to corkscrews.

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