1. HIGH WEST DISTILLERY
At the base of one of the most popular ski runs in Park City, Utah, this is the world’s only ski-in distillery. It’s known for its line of award-winning small-batch vodkas and whiskeys.
2. DOGFISH HEAD BREWERY
Milton, Delaware, is on the beer-lovers map for its funky architecture and first-rate facilities. Opt for the “Off-Centered” tour, which includes a taste of new brews that haven’t been released to the public.
3. BOULEVARD BREWING COMPANY
For a peek behind the scenes at this Kansas City, Missouri, landmark, book the Unfiltered Tour and sip favorites like the Tank 7 American Saison. You also get to sip innovative brews that might make it on their roster.
4. KONTOKOSTA WINERY
East of New York City in the upscale North Fork, Kontokosta Winery is a gorgeous facility that faces the water of Long Island Sound. The tasting room is sunny and modern and has killer views.
In a handsome brick building in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, D. G. Yuengling & Son is the oldest brewery in the country. Check out the hand-dug fermentation cellars and the stained-glass glass ceilings in the brew house.
6. EYRIE VINEYARDS
The first winery to plant Pinot Noir grapes in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Eyrie Vineyards is historic. It’s still a family-run business, so you’ll get a warm welcome in the cozy tasting room.
7. QUIXOTE WINERY
A Napa Valley standout, this modern winery designed by artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser has a disarmingly quirky style and serves rich Cabernets in its tasting room.
8. Kō HANA DISTILLERS
The sugarcane fields around beautiful Waipahu, Hawaii, are the basis for this estate-made rum. It’s the region’s only farm-to-bottle distillery, so the tours are a sneak peek at a special process.
9. WILD TURKEY DISTILLERY
On a hillside high above the Kentucky River in Lawrenceburg, this “cathedral to bourbon” blends traditional distilling methods and a modern glass-walled tasting room with eye-popping views. It’s one of many stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
10. DUCHMAN FAMILY WINERY
Texas Hill Country produces some stellar wines, including an array of Italian-style vintages produced here. The stone-walled villa makes this one in the rolling hills of Driftwood, Texas, one of the region’s top stops.
11. DONUM ESTATE
Dozens of museum-quality sculptures dot the grounds at this winery, a favorite for locals in Sonoma County. Stroll through the lavender fields with a glass of Chardonnay or Pinot Noir in hand.
12. OLE SMOKY MOONSHINE
You don’t have to whisper anymore to find moonshine in Tennessee—you can visit the state’s first legal moonshine distillery in Gatlinburg. Take a tour to see the process in action, and sample these magical mountain elixirs made with local corn in flavors like Apple Pie and Lemon Drop.
13. SWEETWATER BREWERY
A pair of college roommates started this now-popular craft brewery in Atlanta back in 1997, seizing an opportunity to bring West Coast brew knowledge to the Southeast.
14. BLACK STAR FARMS
A curving driveway leads to this country estate in Traverse City, one of the most beautiful destinations in Michigan Wine Country. Enjoy the award-winning Riesling on the terrace or in front of a roaring fire.