A visit to Prince Edward County wouldn't be the same without a brewery stop. Do it on two wheels and the reward will taste even sweeter.

Do: Go for both truffle AND parmesan on your Midtown fries.

Don’t: Overestimate your cargo capacity at the bottle shop. Those cans will really weigh you down on the way home, so it’s best to come back with the car for pickup.

Did you know?:

The Millennium Trail stretches over 40 kilometres across Prince Edward County and connects Carrying Place with Picton for hikers, cyclists and horseback riders. It also happens to connect easily with Midtown Brewing, Prince Eddy’s, Parson’s, Slake, Matron Fine Beer and Gillingham Brewing, depending on which way you turn.

We hope you’re thirsty…

Here are our favourite route picks for craft beer lovers:

Prince Edward County Gravel: Brisket & Brewski’s
There’s no shortage of places to whet your appetite on this route, so plan your day accordingly.
Bay of Quinte Gravel: Rope Swings & Apple Orchards
Bring your suit! Your swimsuit, that is: you’re in for a classic County afternoon.
Bay of Quinte Gravel: Flyboy’s Day Off
We don’t usually make a brewery stop within the first three kilometres, but when we do, it’s Eddy’s.

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