LeClaire, IA: Take a Trip Down Libations Lane (on Historic Cody Road)
We get it. You’re a steadfast supporter of that special drink. It’s your go-to. Your partner in crime. The root to several unforgettable moments. Yes, you can be adventurous at times, but that drink always has your back. A connoisseur of craft beer, lover of the finest wines, and expert to a variety of spirits all share one thing: a keen understanding of how to enjoy life.
With a brewery, distillery, and a winery all in a two-block radius, there’s no to reason to settle with just one spot for the evening. Consider yourself lucky in LeClaire with a trip down Libations Lane!
Check out these local hotspots to start planning your visit to Libations Lane.
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Green Tree Brewery
Different from a bar or night club, the taproom at Green Tree Brewery offers a relaxing place to enjoy a remarkably hand-crafted beer. They serve coffee, too!
Ready for your taste buds to explode? The beer selection at Green Tree Brewery goes beyond even your wildest imagination. From classic blonde ales to the quirkiest of coffee-inspired infusions, you’ll be amazed at the tastes, aromas, and clever names for each brew. Take a look for yourself at all their selections here.
Mon – Thurs: 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Fri – Sat: 12 p.m. – 12 a.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Mississippi River Distilling Company
Come visit LeClaire’s own micro-distillery. Owners Ryan & Garrett Burchett, aka “The Burchett Brothers,” create vodka, gin, and bourbon all from local grains. During your visit, you’ll be able to witness the entire process of liquor creation on site. From the milling to the fermentation, distillation, aging, and bottling, everything is done right here!
Sun – Wed: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Thurs – Sat: 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Wide River Winery Tasting Room & Courtyard
The jury is in! And the lovely ladies of Wide River Winery are found guilty…of becoming wine masters ahead of this time. Attorney and now expert wine maker, Dorothy O’Brien, began making wine for her family in 1997. Today, this women- & family-owned and operated winery continues the legacy of friendly service with fresh takes on traditional wine tasting.
True to her roots, Dorothy curated some whimsical names for her wines like Sweet Justice and Felony Red. Stop in to see (and sip) each one! Plus, cool down with a pitcher of their famous wine slushies.
You can even keep your souvenir wine tasting glass!
“Good Times, Great Wines!”
Tasting Room & Courtyard Hours:
Open Daily: 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.