Ohio has new brewery trail. Visit Fairfield County is launching the Route 33 Brew Trail.

The trail -- a passport program that comes with a prize if you visit all the stops -- showcases six breweries along Route 33: BrewDog, Brewery 33 Hocking Hills, Combustion, Double Edge, Loose Rail and Rockmill.

The passports are being distributed to participating locations this week. (May 8)

Just like other brewery trails, beer-drinkers stop in and get their passport stamped at each location. People who collect all the stamps can redeem the passport for an Anchor Hocking Route 33 Brew Trail pint glass at the Visit Fairfield County Visitor Center in downtown Lancaster or at Double Edge.

"We have so many great breweries here and it seems a shame not to publicize them and tie them together," Visit Fairfield County marketing director Fran Tiburzio said. "Breweries are hot right now and we want people to know we have them, too."

Some stops are pulling double duty and also appear on the Columbus Ale Trail. The Route 33 Brew Trail joins plenty of other established trails in Ohio.