How to Play Pour Tour

How to Play

Visit. Sip. Check In. Redeem.

Discover all of the amazing craft beverage makers in the Laurel Highlands as you make your way through the region one tasty glass at a time.

Enjoying Laurel Highlands beer, wine and spirits has never been more fun!

Bring your passport (available online or at participating location) to participating breweries, wineries and distilleries and collect stickers as you enjoy craft beverages found throughout the scenic Laurel Highlands.

Then, turn your stickers into prizes by redeeming them for exclusive Laurel Highlands Pour Tour collectibles such as t-shirts and more.

The newest version of the program, Pour Tour 3.0, includes 48 properties with 57 total stops in the region, and it takes 45 check-ins to earn the top prize and be entered for the grand prize drawing.

The Pour Tour is simple:

  1. Decide Whether You Would Like to Use the Pour Tour Passport and Collect Stickers or Use the Pour Tour App. 
    Stickers and app check-ins cannot be combined for prize redemption.
  2. Visit a Participating Location
  3. Make a Purchase (Valid ID required)
  4. Collect a Sticker for Your Passport or, if Using the App, Check in by Posting a Photo of Your Purchase During Your Visit 
  5. Redeem Prizes 
    Only one set of prizes can be redeemed per person.

Get Your Passport and Start Your Pour Tour!

Passport 2.0 Request

Download the Pour Tour app

Pour Tour App

The Pour Tour app is free and available on the iTunes and Google Play stores.

Use the App to see nearby locations, plan your trip and see what events are happening at each winery, brewery and distillery.

Remember to share your Laurel Highlands Pour Tour progress on social media with the hashtag #LHPourTour!

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.