Distillery Trail map features 18 Indiana locations

Cardinal Spirits in Bloomington makes vodkas, gins, whiskeys, rums, brandies and more, which landed it a place on Indiana Grown’s Distillery Trail. (Photo courtesy of Cardinal Spirits)

Indiana Grown, an agricultural promotion initiative, has created a program and map to encourage visits to the state’s distilleries.

The Distillery Trail brochure and map lists 18 distilleries that are part of the Indiana Grown initiative and produce craft spirits, such as whiskey, vodka and gin.

Visitors can receive a stamp on the map at each location, mail it back to the state and receive an Indiana Grown coaster.

The map is the latest guide created by Indiana Grown to introduce visitors to ag-related products. Other guides include one for a wine trail and for a brewery trail.

“Indiana has a wealth of agritourism destinations and, by creating these resources, Indiana Grown is helping shine a spotlight on their members who can attract consumers both inside and outside of the state,” Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch said in a statement. “Our hope is that Hoosiers, and more broadly all Americans, will realize the quality products Indiana has to offer to those near and far.”

The maps are available at IndianaGrown.org.

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