ORANGE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS -- For the second year, Orange County’s Office of Economic Development and Tourism will be holding the Corks and Caps program.

This is a passport-style marketing initiative that features the county’s wineries and breweries that aims to encourage visitors to create their own craft beverage trail.

The program plans to leverage interest in agriculture and viticulture to extend stays and increase visitation.

According to a release, this year’s program will also include local transportation partners to encourage safe travel as well as a social media contest.

Participants can use the hashtag #corksandcapsva to enter to win an Orange County Experience Package.

They need to collect a stamp from five of the 16 participating businesses, including Barn at 678, Barboursville Vineyards, Chateau Merrill Anne Vineyard, Honah Lee Vineyard, Horton Vineyards, Market at Grelen, Reynard Florence Vineyard, Sweet Vines Farm Winery, Well Hung Tasting Room and Restaurant, Woodbrook Farms Vineyard, Iron Pipe Alewerks, Patch Brewing Company, Unionville Brewing Company, Central VA Wine Tours, C’ville Hop on Tours, and Sweet Vines Farm Winery Tours.

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