Breweries + Wineries + Distilleries

Fall is a great time to discover the area’s wineries, breweries and distilleries. Whether you prefer wine, beer or spirits, there’s something for everyone at these fun-filled destinations. Take a tour of a local distillery, winery or brewery, then enjoy a flight of the business’ offerings. There’s so much to learn when you’re sipping local!

  1. Photo By: Powderhaus Brewing Company

    Powderhaus Brewing Company


    Powderhaus Brewing Company - visit this Idaho craft brewery to enjoy the broad selection of beer, relaxed atmosphere or the live music every Thursday.

  2. Loose Screw Beer Co.


    Loose Screw Beer Co. - bring your friends and enjoy the lively atmosphere, rotating selection of local beers on tap, and various food trucks.

  3. Photo By: Rolling Hills Vineyard

    Rolling Hills Vineyard


    Rolling Hills Vineyard - a recently opened urban tasting room featuring a wide selection of crafted wines, charcuterie boards, and a chic yet comfortable atmosphere.

  4. Photo By: Good Apple Taphouse

    Good Apple Taphouse


    Good Apple Taphouse - if traditional bars aren’t your style, enjoy the laid-back atmosphere here alongside a rotating selection of local beers, wines, and ciders.

  5. Photo By: Heritage Hop Haus

    Heritage Hop Haus


    Heritage Hop Haus - with over 40 rotating taps, a carefully crafted cocktail menu and sushi featuring various rolls, there’s something for everyone here.

  6. Photo By: Ste Chapelle Winery

    Saint Chapelle Winery


    Saint Chapelle Winery - a day trip location along the Sunnyslope Wine Trail, enjoy beautiful scenery, various wines and wine spritzers as well as appetizers.

  7. Photo By: Kerry Hill Winery

    Kerry Hill Winery


    Kerry Hill Winery - a Sunnyslope Wine Trail destination featuring an array of nuanced wines and a vineyard designed to support a healthier ecosystem.

  8. Fujishin Family Cellars


    Fujishin Family Cellars & Free Dog Wines - a Sunnyslope spot.   Enjoy their complimentary wine tasting of both Fujishin and Free Dog Wines.

  9. Kindred Vineyards


    Kindred Vineyards - one of the newest wineries along the Sunnyslope Wine Trail, enjoy a variety of wines from this estate winery.

  10. Photo By: Bardenay Restaurant & Distillery



    Bardenay Restaurant & Distillery - spend an evening at this restaurant-distillery combo which serves hand-crafted liquor made on site and fantastic food to match.

  11. Photo By: Sockeye Brewing

    Sockeye Brewing


    Sockeye Brewing – a stopping point for beer enthusiasts, they've been open since 2002, and every drink is brewed and canned in their own restaurant.

  12. Photo By: White Dog Brewing

    White Dog Brewing


    White Dog Brewing – founded by friends in a garage, it's now a hot spot with for games, date night, or large group events.

  13. 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards


    3 Horse Ranch Vineyards – visit the largest family-owned winery in Idaho that produces 12,000 cases a year, from Merlot to Mourvèdre and even Sangiovese.

  14. Eriksons Fine Wines


    Erikson Fine Wines – this wine company stocks up on family and independent wineries that come range from local productions to world-renowned regions.

  15. Photo By: SCORIA Vineyards

    SCORIA Vineyards


    SCORIA Vineyards – Located downtown, this winery holds some of the best red wines in the area, including Merlot, Petit Verdot, Malbec, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

  16. Boise Fermentation Company


    Boise Fermentation Company – recently opened, this company spent ten years specializing in brewing Kombucha and promises “the most unique Kombucha in the Treasure Valley.”

  17. Schnitzel Garten


    The Schnitzel Garten – this German spotlight not only brings authentic cuisine but supplies a number of wines and beers from various German regions.

  18. Woodland Empire Brewery


    Woodland Empire - this brewing company has made a name for themselves across the country but prides themselves on using Idaho-grown ingredients in their products.