Beer tastings at local brewery tasting rooms.
Distillery visit and tasting
Snacks provided including Tacos from Rocky Mountain Tacos!
Our Booze, Brews and Bites tour is a combination brewery and distillery tour. Take a ride with us, this happy hour, and sample the local artisan beers and craft distilled spirits that Vail is known for.
Get out of the resort for a unique experience. Our guides will give you the local insight and information about each tasting location as well as the culture and historical sites of the area.
Our first stop will be one of our selected Distilleries. Here we sample the various spirits and enjoy a cocktail of your choosing.
The distiller will give a short tour and explain any processes to crafting their fine spirits.
We will visit either 10th Mountain Whiskey or Stoneyard Distillery during the tour. Both have won national awards for their products and are found at bars throughout the valley.
On this part of the journey, we visit Two of our local Breweries. Spending about an hour at each location, you will have lots of time to sample from over thirty craft beers on tap!
Colorado is known for it’s beer and our award winning breweries are great examples of that tradition.
Light snacks and Tacos from our favorite taco truck, Rocky Mountain Tacos, will be provided. You can’t drink on an empty stomach!
Colorado original distilled spirit.
Local favorite brewery
Vail Brewing Company
Vail's newest award winning brewery.
7 Hermits Brewing
Eagle's best Brewpub
10th Mountain Whiskey
High country whiskey.
We will pick you up and deliver you back home.
Village Parking Structure
East Meadow Drive, Vail, CO, USA
There are multiple tastings of a variety of different beers, which adds up to approximately 18 beers served during the Valley Brew tasting tour. One pint is included on the Suds, Spirits & Smokes tour as well as the Bike & Bites tour.
Yes. All tickets need to be purchased in advance either online or by phone. Visa, AMEX, or MasterCard are the accepted forms of payment. Cash and/or walk-up traffic the day of the tours are not accepted.
Some of the restaurants were built in the 1960’s and so are limited on perfect wheelchair access. Most have a lift system or other modifications made and we have run plenty of tours with wheelchairs successfully.
Unfortunately, our Van tours are not wheelchair accessible.
We absolutely do! We can accommodate a variety of special requests (family reunions, Birthday parties, out of town guests, corporate, conventions, festivals, parades, grand openings and more). Please fill out our form on our Private Tours page or give us a cal to discuss your group’s needs.
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