Tap Trail was created by a team of passionate locals intent on making sure Bellingham gets the attention it deserves for its burgeoning craft brewing culture. With the opening of Stone’s Throw Brewing, Bellingham now has more breweries per capita than Seattle, so there’s lots to explore.
They post the latest in Bellingham craft brewing news at TapTrail.com, and publish a passport of the best tap rooms, public houses, and breweries in town.
The Tap Trail Passport guides locals and beer tourists alike on a beer tour of Bellingham. Collect stamps from all the highlighted locations, and trade it in for Tap Trail merchandise.
Get your Passport at the Downtown Info Center (1306 Commercial Street), or the Bellingham Visitor Center (904 Potter Street).
The Tap Trail route serves as canvas for many creative place-making ideas. At this year’s KAPOW! content, one of the winning teams proposed the world’s longest hopscotch trail connecting several of the Tap Trail sites.
When your out of town family and friends visit Bellingham this summer, let the Tap Trail passport guide your tour of the city.