The Finger Lakes region in Upstate New York is known for wine. But there are some pretty nice breweries scattered throughout. (Including Wagner Valley, which last I looked was the only combination winery-brewery there.) The breweries have always been overshadowed by the wineries, which each year attract massive amounts of tourists. A group of breweries is hoping to raise their profile as well and have started the Finger Lakes Beer Trail. The trail extends from Syracuse to Rochester. "Our mission is to increase the visibility and reputation of our local craft brewing and beer culture," co-creator Theresa Hollister told the Elmira Star-Gazette, noting the trail has been patterned after the successful Finger Lakes wines model. Given the amount of breweries in Ohio -- 50 and growing -- it's amazing that there's no organized beer trail in the Buckeye State. To read the Elmira Star-Gazette story, click here.