US Route 6 in Pennsylvania has a solution for cabin fever – get out and taste some of the handiwork of our local brewmasters and vintners.  An increasing number of wine and craft beer trails are using Route 6 to link their members; while a few new breweries and wineries are popping up along the historic highway.

Here are 6 new tasting adventures from west to east on Route 6:

BrokenstrawBrokenstraw Wine Cellars

3 North Main St., Youngsville. A small winery, established in 2017, that makes a large selection of dry and sweet wines, specializing in sweet fruit wines.

TwistedVineTwisted Vine Winery

13106 Route 948, Kane. Located in the beautiful Allegheny National Forest, the winery specializes in fruit wines and special flavors. The two story tasting room invites you to linger and enjoy your time at the winery. Be sure to browse the gift shop.

StaggeringUnicornStaggering Unicorn Winery

10952 North Rome Rd., Athens. Winery making fruit and specialty wines including Cherry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Strawberry-Pineapple, Cinnamon, Orange Spice, Cranberry, Honeysuckle and many more.

2Dogz2 Dogz and a Guy Brewery

228 Church St, Montrose. Opened in September 2017, offering fresh locally brewed beer, ale and lagers in Montrose.

MarlakeMarilake Winery

209 Main St., Childs. Continuing the Old World tradition of winemaking, this restaurant and winery offer a variety of wines.

WallyBrewWallenpaupack Brewing Company

73 Welwood Avenue, Hawley. Wallenpaupack Brewing Company is a craft brewery and brewpub featuring our craft beers on tap, a menu of locally sourced, in-house prepared food, and merchandise. Food and beverages are available through counter service.