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Conquer the Wine and Ale Trail of the Treasure Coast

As you’re exploring the cities of Indian River County, adjust your course and take a stroll down the Wine and Ale Trail of the Treasure Coast. Gain a refreshing new perspective as you relax, unwind and take on the town sipping your way around Vero and Sebastian. From beer gardens to beaches and everything in between, each stop enhances the atmosphere of the last making it a unique way to experience all this destination has to offer.

Brewed to Perfection

Pareidolia Brewing Company, Sebastian’s first and only nano-brewery, specializes in hand crafted, small batch ales that are brewed on-site. Bring your friends, even the four-legged furry kind, and grab a light lunch overlooking the Indian River Lagoon. The location of the brewery makes it easy to get to by bike or simply take a stroll to the next stop on your map.

Orchid Island Brewery, located in Vero Beach, puts a twist on their handcrafted beers. Known for incorporating local Indian River citrus into IPA’s and sour beers, the OIB works with local groves making all the beers on tap Florida brews. If you are looking for a local place that has a unique style to it, OIB is for you!

The Walking Tree Brewery is also focused on the community. Located in Vero Beach, their Florida roots are shown throughout the business. This brewery has a delicious, wide variety on tap. Events are a constant at the Walking Tree including yoga, live music and more!  

Ready to Conquer the Trail

Do you think you have what it takes to conquer the Trail? If so, start today by printing your map here. Allow others to share in the fun by posting photos of yourself and friends along the way using the hashtag #TCWineAndAleTrail. Visit each participating location on the map, fill it with gold doubloon stickers from your purchases, and redeem your treasure at your final stop!

Indian River County gives you and your family the opportunity to carve out your own old-world adventures, whether it’s to learn more about the area from history experts, or dive head-first into the action. For more information, be sure to call us at (772) 567-3491 or visit our Contact Us page.

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