Cheat-Sheet: Indiana Brewery & Winery Guide

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With over 200 wineries and microbreweries and 300 farms across the state, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development wants to get you on the road and visiting all the state has to offer. Two recently launched guides are designed to help you get going: Indiana Brewery & Winery Guide and the Indiana Agritourism Guide.

It seems Indiana’s soil and topography are well suited for growing grapes; local berries, fruits and honey also find their way into the wines. The brewery and winery guide features an extensive list of wineries. The guide also offer a list of breweries throughout the state. There are even suggestions on how to make a day of tasting with its regional wine and beer trails. The beer trails include a South Shore Brewery Trail and the Bloomington Ale Trail. There are also five wine trails offered that make it easy to spend the day trying and tasting the state’s vino, just make sure you have a designated driver while you taste and tour.

The Indiana Agritourism Guide encourages visits to large multi-family farming operations to smaller U-pick orchards and Christmas tree farms. There are 25 tree farms and 73 farms, orchards and markets that make getting the best of fresh produce, meats, cheeses, dairy products, holiday d├ęcor and more fun and easy. The adventures are ripe for the picking. To download the free guides or to request hard copies visit VisitIndiana.com/Ag

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