Forbes Trail Brewing in Stoystown is one of more than 60 stops on Pour Tour 4.0

Laurel Highlands' Pour Tour

A craft beer, wine and spirits trail through scenic Southwestern Pennsylvania

Pour tour 3.0 Prizes

*For Pour Tourers who redeemed for tiers 1, 2, & 3 in December 2023: Expect the arrival of your well-deserved prizes as they are scheduled to be delivered via mail in mid-February.

Pour Tour 4.0 is now live!

Look for passports at participating craft beverage locations beginning Jan. 18, 2024 or
download our NEW Pour Tour app (titled GO Laurel Highlands) to start collecting your stamps.

Click here to download on the App Store.

Click here to download on Google Play

Please be sure to "Stamp My Passport" on the App 

Scan QR Code to download App

GO LH QR CodeGO LH App Screenshot

Enjoying Laurel Highlands beer, wine and spirits has never been more fun! Grab your official Laurel Highlands Passport and collect stickers as you enjoy the wines, ciders, moonshine, meads and craft brews found throughout the scenic Laurel Highlands. Then, cash in your sticker collection for must-have Laurel Highlands Pour Tour collectibles!

1) Request Your Passport

Get your free Passport online

2) Plan Your Trip

Itineraries and trip ideas

3) Tour & Pour

Collect stickers at each location

4) Collect Prizes

Pour Tour merch and collectibles

Request a Laurel Highlands Pour Tour Passport

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Please drink responsibly and appoint a designated driver. Participants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID. It is illegal to sell, serve, or give alcoholic beverages to any person visibly intoxicated. Establishments have the right and responsibility to refuse service to anyone who is visibly impaired. 

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