Route 33 Brew Trail

Ohio has new brewery trail!!  In celebration of National Travel & Tourism Week (May 6 – 12), Visit Fairfield County has launched the Route 33 Brew Trail. If you aren’t sure what a brewery trail is…it’s not your typical bar crawl! I feel like it’s the adult version, where you’re looking for quality over quantity.

Sprinkled along Route 33, the trail features six craft breweries with taprooms along Route 33 – Brewery 33 Hocking HillsCombustionDouble Edge, BrewDog, Loose Rail and Rockmill. Similar to other trails in Columbus, you visit each brewery with your Passport and earn free swag when you complete the trail! You can pick up a trail guide at the Fairfield County Visitor’s Bureau or one of the participating breweries.

At the end of your completed trail, you will bring your passport to the Visit Fairfield County Visitor Center in downtown Lancaster (205 W. Main Street), or Double Edge Brewing Company (158 West Chestnut St.) to redeem for your pint glass.

Brewery 33 Hocking Hills

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12684 College Prospect Dr, Logan, OH 43138

(740) 385-6033

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80 W Church St #101, Pickerington, OH 43147

(614) 834-9595

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Double Edge

158 W Chestnut St, Lancaster, OH 43130

(740) 277-7465

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96 Gender Rd, Canal Winchester, OH 43110

(614) 908-3051

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Loose Rail

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37 W Waterloo St, Canal Winchester, OH 43110

(614) 321-6634

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        Rockmill Brewery ⠀⠀

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5705 Lithopolis Rd NW, Lancaster, OH 43130

This is something that can be completed in one day, but, is more likely to take you a few visits! Never drink and drive. Designate a driver or use public transportation/lyft/uber. Must be 21+ to participate.