Drawing: Tickets for Drink Saratoga

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Drawing's closed! Winner's been emailed!

The Capital Craft Beverage Trail's Drink Saratoga event is this Friday, June 15 at the Saratoga Automobile Museum. And we have a pair of tickets to give away -- maybe to you.

To enter the drawing, please answer this question in the comments:

What's a day trip you'd like to take this summer?

One of the great things about this area is that there are interesting places to visit within just a few hours drive in just about every direction. So we'd love to hear about what you have in mind. We'll draw one winner at random.

Tickets for Drink Saratoga include a souvenir sample glass and tastings from a bunch of local and New York State craft beverage producers. The list includes:

Nine Pin Cider, Albany Distilling Company, C.H. Evans Brewing Albany Pump Station, Brown's Brewing Company, Druthers Brewing Company,Chatham Brewing, S&S Farm Brewery, Altamont Vineyard and Winery,Upstate Distilling Company, Wolf Hollow Brewing Company, Mad Jack Brewing Company, Indian Ladder Farms Cidery and Brewery, The Beer Diviner, Artisanal Brew Works, Hudson-Chatham Winery, Meadowdale Winery, Common Roots Brewing Company, Yesfolk Tonics, Shmaltz Brewing Company, Fort Orange Brewing, O'Boys Distilling, Rip Van Winkle Brewing Company

There will also be food, and the Saratoga Automobile Museum will be open for touring.

Drink Saratoga is Friday from 6-9 pm. Tickets are $30 (available online) / $40 at the door.

Important: All comments must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 to be entered in the drawing. You must answer the question to be part of the drawing. (Normal commenting guidelines apply.) One entry per person, please. You must enter a valid email address (that you check regularly) with your comment. The winner will be notified via email by 5 pm on Wednesday and must respond by noon on Thursday.


Id love to visit FDR's House and have a meal at The Culinary Institute of America.

A trip to Cooperstown. It's a beautiful town with museums, a state park and Brewery Ommegang. Plus a lake nearby for kayak rentals. Then back home for some Kurver Kreme.

I’d like to take a drive to Whiteface Mountain; check out the view from the top, and then explore the village of Lake Placid.

Olana would make a great day trip!

Cooperstown! I haven't been there since I was a kid

My wife has been pressing to go to Storm King. So that's in the cards this summer.

Would love to do a long weekend in cooperstown and stay at the Otesaga!

A day trip I have planned is to take the train down to Hudson, wander around, take the ferry to Athens for dinner at the brewpub, & then back. (Hat tip to Mr. Crary.)

Hiking and then Tubing down the Ausable River!

Wiawaka for yoga and swimming.

I'd like to visit the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz.

A visit to Lake George, the Queen of American lakes. You can never get too much of it.

Well, maybe too much of the Village

Almost always have a beer from Shmaltz Brewing Company in the fridge but always have some Ironweed from Albany Distilling Company on the bar.

I want to spend the day in Lake George enjoying the lovely inlets near Sleeping Beauty.

Motorbike trip all over the area to sample custard stands!

Lake George and a dinner cruise with my wife

Saratoga for brunch, an afternoon at the track and a picnic dinner on the lawn at SPAC while listening to the Philadelphia Orchestra.

weekend at old forge, camping and water safari!!!

There are a few of new brewery's up north that my friends and I would like to try out. Load up the car, open the windows and hit the road!

The Wild Center!

North and South Lakes

I'd love to take a trip to Eternal Flame Falls. A constant flame behind a waterfall is really unique, and a great weekend trip and from Albany.


One of these days I’m going to go watch Tim Tebow play for the Mets in Binghamton

The Wild Center in Tupper Lake even though I’m afraid of heights then Big Tupper Brewing of course !

I want to hike the gorge trail at Watkins Glen State Park.

Letchworth State Park, has been on my to-do list for a few years now.

Opus 40

Let's get to Vermont!

We definitely want to get to Olana, again, now that they have opened up the house for tours. If you go, just be aware that parking can be limited and they are under construction, so walking around, a little more challenging. Also, that many tours sell out, so booking ahead is important.

My husband and I would love to attend the Drink Saratoga at the Automobile Museum. My husband is really into cars and Saratoga is a great place to visit. We would enjoy having a little day trip to Saratoga (we have 3 small children hard to get away.)

A day trip to visit Ommegang! A gorgeous drive that ends with beer-perfection!

I'd love to go down to Poughkeepsie to visit the FDR library and then dinner at the CIA.

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