Bakersfield Brewery Trail campaign encourages residents to check out local breweries


BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — The city announced the launch of its Bakersfield Brewery Trail campaign, aimed to encourage the community to check out five local breweries.

Visit Bakersfield partnered with five craft breweries located within the city:

2nd Phase Brewing

Crusader Brewing

Great Change Brewing

Lengthwise Brewing Company: The Marketplace on Ming Avenue, the Pub on Calloway Drive, the Brewery on District Boulevard
Temblor Brewing Company

Visit the Bakersfield Brewery Trail website to sign up for the free “trail pass.” After you register, an email and text message containing your pass will be sent instantly. Use the unique PIN code provided to check in each time you visit one of the participating Bakersfield breweries. The pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for one-tap access, according to the website. The code also provides available discounts.

If you check in to three of the five breweries within the next year, you will earn a free Bakersfield Brewery t-shirt. The first 50 people to check in to all five breweries will win a custom Bakersfield Brewery Trail growler.

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