Lancaster, Pennsylvania may best be known for its picturesque landscapes dotted with authentic Amish farms, local artisan crafts, and Pennsylvania Dutch cooking.
After a long day of sightseeing, what better way to end your Lancaster County adventure than with a visit to one of the area's local, award-winning wineries or breweries?. We've provided you with a list of some locations in and around Lancaster to "Savor the Flavor":
Tamanend Winery is located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Best known for its classically-styled premium wines, the production of Tamanend wines are directed by Dr. Richard Carey, California born and educated winemaker.
From red to white and dry to sweet, Lancaster's Tamanend Winery is certain to offer something for every wine lover's taste.
Sample Tamanend Wines at one of three tastings rooms:
Contact Tamanend Winery at 717-560-9463 (WINE) for more information.
Mount Hope Wine Gallery
Producing great wines since 1980, the Gallery's extensive selection of wines include a Royal Series, New World Series, Fantasy Series, and much more. The shop contains a wide variety of wine accessories, kitchenware and specialty gourmet food items for any wine tasting party you may host yourself.
The Barn Cafe has a local Rumspringa and other microbrews on draft and offers local hand-crafted artisan cheeses, smoked meats and signature Pennsylvania Dutch desserts. Don't forget to try their Barbecue, a tasty meal after a long day in the vineyards.
Location: 3174 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania; (717) 768-7194
Lancaster Brewing Company
Lancaster Brewing Company has reignited a passion for brewing ale in the locale Lancaster community. Experience Brew Master, Bill Moore's, hand crafted ales and lagers like Baked Pumpkin Pie Ale, Pale Ale, or even the Hip Hog IPA while dining in a historic working brewery.
Lunch and dinner are served in a casual setting with freshly prepared items served weekdays 11:30 AM to midnight, Friday and Saturday 11:30 AM to 2 AM.
Location: 302 North Plum Street, corner of Walnut Street, Lancaster, PA; (717) 391-6258
Considered a pioneer in American craft brewing, Stoudt's offers a stunning variety of Lagers and Ales. Free tours of the brewery are available on the weekends, and the beer can be enjoyed in the cozy pub next door or taken home in 750 ml bottles to enjoy at home.
Fine dining and pub menu available. The restaurant offers a fine selection of aged beef, seafood bar, domestic cheese bar and daily tapas and seasonal salads. Light foods and a children's menu is also available.
Location: 2800 N. Reading Road, Route 272, Adamstown, Pennsylvania; (717) 484-4386.
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