When fighting for shelf space, craft brewers, cideries and distillers don’t always see eye to eye but, when talking about a craft trail for tourists they all agree that a rising tide lifts all boats. The Eugene Ale Trail Passport now includes seven Northwest distilleries. Like many other trails, this one includes a Passport. Get your Passport stamped along the way and visitors can collect goodies.
Eugene Distillery Trail Passport
Craft spirit fans are encouraged to tour the region’s local distilleries to taste a variety of whisky, vodka, gin or liqueurs all sourced from local ingredients. A Eugene Distillery Trail Passport with at least three out of the seven distilleries stamps will earn a guest a logoed shot glass. A full list of participating distilleries is below. Eugene Distillery Trail Passports may be picked up at participating locations or at the Adventure Center in Springfield.
And, since the Eugene Distillery Trail is part of the Eugene Ale Trail Passport, you can easily grab a few brewery or cidery stamps along the trail and make your way toward great Eugene Ale Trail prizes as well.
During fiscal year ’17, the Eugene Ale Trail tracked 449 completed passports, representing over 4,100 brewery visits in total. Now in its fourth year, the Eugene Ale Trail includes a larger- sized passport, along with new prizes. Craft beer enthusiasts who stop at eight different breweries on the trail will earn a Eugene Ale Trail 64 oz. growler, and those who visit all 18 locations on the passport win a black stainless steel pint glass.
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Distillers in the Eugene Distillery Trail Passport include.
- Crescendo Spirits – Eugene
- Deep Woods Distillery – Oakridge
- Elixir Craft Spirits – Eugene
- Heritage Distilling Company – Eugene
- Swallowtail Spirits Distillery – Springfield
- Thinking Tree Spirits – Eugene
- Wolf Spirits Distillery, Eugene
Passports can be picked up at participating breweries, cideries and distilleries.