With more than 35 tasting rooms in a 20 mile radius, there is no shortage of craft beverage options in Frederick County, Maryland. Each and every venue offers it's own unique and special qualities, making it worthwhile to visit them all. Not sure where to start? Grab a wineries, breweries, distilleries guide and start your journey at these distinctive spots!
Fun Fact: This is the oldest family-owned Maryland winery.
Fun Fact: Everything on the property (including the tasting room) was built from materials found on the property.
Fun Fact: These wines have won Maryland's Comptroller's Cup Best In Show award multiple years in a row. It's also home to its own Maryland Civil War Trails marker.
Fun Fact: This is Maryland's first meadery, featuring a delicious sweet beverage made from honey.
Fun Fact: This brewery just off Carroll Creek started a beer boom in this quarter of the City of Frederick. You can now find four breweries nearby - Attaboy, Smoketown Creekside, Idiom, and Steinhardt.
Fun Fact: Milkhouse became Maryland's first farm brewery when it opened in 2013.
Fun Fact: The renovated historic building that houses this brewery was once both a fire station and a music venue where legendary musician Patsy Kline once played. They offer a beer in her memory called The Patsy.
Fun Fact: The theme here will remind you of dungeons and dragons, they even offer axe throwing while you taste.
Fun Fact: Their lavender gin, made from lavender grown right there on the farm, has won international awards and can only be found here in Frederick.
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Fun Fact: This woman-owned distillery pays tribute to Frederick's historic "Tenth Ward", the location of this distillery's first location. They have since expanded with their Cocktail Lab and are easier than ever to enjoy.