Digital distillery passport encourages thirst for adventure
The Iowa Tourism Office announced the launch of the Iowa Distillery digital passport today which provides a free digital mobile roadmap to distilleries statewide. The new offering joins existing digital passports for state parks, scenic byways, wineries, breweries and farm experiences. All programs provide curated discounts and deals for passport users.
“We’re delighted to add distilleries to our family of passports,” said Amy Zeigler, state tourism manager for the Iowa Tourism Office. “It’s an additional way to create awareness for Iowa’s distilleries while encouraging people to visit the locations, unlock deals and earn prizes.”
To participate, users sign up to receive a free digital passport to their mobile device. Upon visiting participating locations, patrons may check in using a unique four-digit pin code available onsite and present their passport to distillery staff to redeem available discounts. The first 100 participants that check-in at six participating distilleries will win a pair of Iowa rocks glasses. (Prizes are limited, and the contest will stop once all prizes have been redeemed.)
- Broadbent Distillery, Norwalk
- Cedar Ridge Winery & Distillery, Swisher
- Century Farms Distillery, Spencer
- Iowa Distilling Company, Cumming
- Lonely Oak Distillery, Earling
- Mississippi River Distilling Company, Le Claire
- Revelton Distilling Company, Osceola
- Templeton Distillery, Templeton
The Iowa Tourism Office, part of the Iowa Economic Development Authority, works closely with community partners, attractions and events to promote the state’s beautifully vast scenery and unique history. Tourism in Iowa generated $1.5 billion in tax revenues in 2020, with more than $860 million supporting state and local governments, while employing a total of 60,218 people statewide. For more information on everything Iowa has to offer tourists, visit traveliowa.com.