Frederick County Wineries Breweries Distilleries Brochure Launches

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Visit Frederick and the Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) have released a new brochure entitled “Wineries Breweries Distilleries” in conjunction with the launch of OED’s new website, http://www.homegrownfrederick.com.

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"There’s a new focus on Farm to Glass in Frederick and with this focus comes an obvious connection between economic development and tourism." Helen Propheter, Director, Office of Economic Development

Visit Frederick and the Frederick County Office of EconomicDevelopment (OED) have released a new brochure entitled “Wineries Breweries Distilleries” in conjunction with the launch of OED’s new website, http://www.homegrownfrederick.com. The brochure is a full listing of visitor experiences for our wineries, breweries and distilleries in Frederick County and compliments the listings for craft beverages on OED’s website.

The brochure was a collaborative project for Visit Frederick and Frederick County Office of Economic Development. “The latest in our partnership with Visit Frederick to promote Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries is a beautiful new Frederick County brochure. There’s a new focus on Farm to Glass in Frederick and with this focus comes an obvious connection between economic development and tourism. We have a record number of craft beverage businesses listed in this brochure; it’s your one place to see a full listing of all the craft beverages in Frederick County”, commented Helen Propheter, Director of Frederick County Office of Economic Development.

John Fieseler, Executive Director, Visit Frederick, commented, “Our goal was to offer visitors a one-stop-shop brochure to showcase our diverse tasting options for craft beverages in Frederick County.”

Home to Maryland’s first cidery, first meadery, and first farm brewery, Frederick County is on the cutting-edge of craft beverages. With a wide array of wineries, breweries, and distilleries to choose from, Frederick County boasts an eclectic selection of tasting rooms and tours at these sites. Frederick County’s agritourism industry is booming, attracting more and more people to the area every day.
Brochures, designed by Jean Peterson Design, are available at the Frederick Visitor Center located at 151 S. East Street and at the sites listed in the brochure.

Visit Frederick is the recognized Destination Marketing Organization for Frederick City and Frederick County, Maryland. It operates the Frederick Visitor Center and related Visit Frederick programs that include Destination Marketing and Group Tour Marketing. For more information about Visit Frederick, visit http://www.visitfrederick.org or call 301-600-4047.

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