The Cleveland Brewery Passport is back for a second year with more breweries and new prizes.

The 2019-2020 program, organized by Destination Cleveland, kicked off this week. It runs through June 30, 2020.

“We saw both residents and visitors embrace the 2018-2019 Cleveland Brewery Passport,” Destination Cleveland President and CEO David Gilbert said in a prepared statement. “To date, more than 2,000 people have completed the first tier of the brewery passport, and more than 1,800 people have completed the entire passport. We expect that number to increase as the deadline for redemptions approaches on July 13.”

The 2019-2020 passport program includes four new breweries: Bookhouse, Cornerstone, Southern Tier and Platform's soon-to-open Phunkenship. There are now 34 participating breweries. The others are:

• Avon

• Bad Tom Smith

• Boss Dog

• Bottlehouse

• The Brew Kettle

• Brim

• Brick and Barrel

• Butcher and the Brewer

• Cleveland

• Collision Bend

• Fat Head’s Brewery + Beer Hall

• Forest City 

• Goldhorn

• Great Lakes

• Hansa

• Hofbräuhaus

• The Jolly Scholar

• Market Garden

• Masthead

• Nano

• Noble Beast

• Platform

• Railroad

• Rocky River

• Saucy

• Sibling Revelry

• Terrestrial

• Thirsty Dog

• Willoughby

• Working Class

The passport program is offering three tiers of prizes this year, with people collecting their rewards at the Cleveland Visitors Center at 334 Euclid Ave.

If people visit eight breweries, they will receive a coaster pack. For visiting 20 breweries, they will get a pint glass.

And for those who complete the entire trail, they will receive a T-shirt showcasing the breweries and be entered into a contest to win a weekend getaway in Cleveland. There also will be quarterly drawings for tickets to sporting events for those who have redeemed their passports.

The passports are available at the participating breweries and at the Cleveland Visitors Center. For more details about the program, click here.