The Explore and Pour craft beverage trail is a free, incentivized mobile passport program for breweries, wineries, a cidery, distillery, and more.
Explore and Pour was launched earlier this month by the Cabarrus County CVB (CCCVB) to kick off North Carolina Beer Month and includes breweries, wineries, a cidery, distillery and more.
- “This destination is home to so many incredible makers and small business owners and we’re excited to further showcase their passion and expertise through the new trail,” said CCCVB President and CEO Donna Carpenter.
So How Does the Explore and Pour Beverage Trail Work?
- Sign up for your pass online and you will receive a text to get started (there is no app download required).
- Save to your mobile device home screen so you can check in at participating locations and earn points (100 points per check in).
- Redeem points for cool Explore and Pour merchandise from the Cabarrus County CVB.
The program has a great interface that shows a map of the county with all of the participating locations, so you can plan your adventure and plan your trail! You can also learn more about each location and check in to earn your points.
What Can You Win?
You only need 300 points for a bottle opener; 600 points for a T-shirt, and 900 points for a hat.
You will find Explore and Pour signs in the windows of many of the participating locales, like this one at Bottle & Can Concord!
Visit these small businesses often and redeem your points for prizes at the Cabarrus County Visitor Center, located at 10099 Weddington Road Ext., Suite 102 in Concord.
Planning to visit? Tell ’em Cabarrus Weekly sent ya!