A trip that features a sip back in time

A trip that features a sip back in time

(NAPS)-For those who cherish the spirit of America and enjoy learning about American spirits, traveling along the American Whiskey Trail could be a step in the right direction.
The Trail consists of a series of historical sites and operating distilleries open to the public. They include George Washington Distillery Museum, in Mount Vernon, VA; Fraunces Tavern Museum, in New York, NY; Gadsby's Tavern Museum, in Alexandria, VA and several other venues.
Each stop along the way is known for playing a significant role in the history of spirits in this country. For example, George Washington's Distillery-the first stop on the Trail-was the largest whiskey distillery in early America. Currently, it's the only site in North America that demonstrates 18th-century distilling methods from seed to barrel. It's open to the public April through October.
To learn more, visit the American Whiskey Trail page on www.discus.org.