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DE on Tap expands with new breweries & geonotification

Delaware Tourism Office | Department of State | News | Small Business | Date Posted: Tuesday, December 17, 2019



Dover, DE – Just in time for the holidays, the happiest season of all will now also be the “hoppiest” with the addition of four new craft breweries to the Delaware on Tap mobile app.

Each location offers a unique atmosphere and special take on the brewmaster’s art. They bring the number of craft breweries, wineries, cideries and meaderies included on DE on Tap to 36.

And now, planning an adventure using DE on Tap is even easier with the addition of geonotifications that let you know about nearby restaurants, attractions and other craft beverage spots.

The new breweries are:

  • Autumn Arch Beer Project (Newark)
  • Brick Works Long Neck (Millsboro)
  • Crooked Hammock Brewery (Middletown)
  • Thompson Island Brewing Company (Rehoboth Beach)

They are part of a growing craft beer scene in Delaware that ranks second in the number of gallons of craft beer produced per adult resident over age 21 and ninth in economic impact per capita, according to the Brewers Association.

In addition to helping you plan your visit, the DE on Tap app also provides tips on events, tours and transportation options.

The app even lets you keep track of the number of places you’ve visited through a virtual pint glass that fills as you check in at each location.

Visit 10 stops, and you’ll get a free, commemorative pint glass.

The Delaware Tourism Office, 99 Kings Highway in Dover, Del., is a division of the Delaware Division of Small Business. The DTO promotes tourism and economic growth in Delaware. For more information, visit the official Delaware Tourism website at www.visitdelaware.com or call toll-free (866) 284-7483.

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DE on Tap expands with new breweries & geonotification

Delaware Tourism Office | Department of State | News | Small Business | Date Posted: Tuesday, December 17, 2019



Dover, DE – Just in time for the holidays, the happiest season of all will now also be the “hoppiest” with the addition of four new craft breweries to the Delaware on Tap mobile app.

Each location offers a unique atmosphere and special take on the brewmaster’s art. They bring the number of craft breweries, wineries, cideries and meaderies included on DE on Tap to 36.

And now, planning an adventure using DE on Tap is even easier with the addition of geonotifications that let you know about nearby restaurants, attractions and other craft beverage spots.

The new breweries are:

  • Autumn Arch Beer Project (Newark)
  • Brick Works Long Neck (Millsboro)
  • Crooked Hammock Brewery (Middletown)
  • Thompson Island Brewing Company (Rehoboth Beach)

They are part of a growing craft beer scene in Delaware that ranks second in the number of gallons of craft beer produced per adult resident over age 21 and ninth in economic impact per capita, according to the Brewers Association.

In addition to helping you plan your visit, the DE on Tap app also provides tips on events, tours and transportation options.

The app even lets you keep track of the number of places you’ve visited through a virtual pint glass that fills as you check in at each location.

Visit 10 stops, and you’ll get a free, commemorative pint glass.

The Delaware Tourism Office, 99 Kings Highway in Dover, Del., is a division of the Delaware Division of Small Business. The DTO promotes tourism and economic growth in Delaware. For more information, visit the official Delaware Tourism website at www.visitdelaware.com or call toll-free (866) 284-7483.

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