Vail Valley Craft Brew Tour

Duration: 4 hours

Location: Visiting the best beer houses in the Vail Valley.




No beer



No one under the age of 21 permitted to drink on tour. All sales are final. Non refundable. Tours occur rain or shine. Please be outside 10 min early to be picked up. Advance purchase is required. Prices listed not including tax, fees or gratuity.

Venture out of the resort and sample Colorado beers where they are brewed and enjoyed by locals on our Vail Valley Craft Brew Tour.

  • We drive so you can drink!
  • Learn about beer styles and beer culture
  • See where the beer is made and enjoyed by locals
  • Over 40 beers to choose from!

No one under the age of 21 permitted

Variety of beer styles and flavors

Transportation provided

Scenic mountain drive

What to Expect

Beer festival style tastings!

We supply you with a tasting glass and you fill it up with twenty craft brews between three different breweries on this Vail Valley Craft Brew Tour.  Try something new, seasonal or out of the box.  Our Master brewers keep the selection rotating and fun with over 40 beers on tap at our local tasting rooms throughout the valley.

Don’t drink a lot of beer and just want to go for the drive? We have that option too!

Colorado proud!

Brewing beer has been a Colorado tradition for over 100 years! Let us show you where and how that beer is made and enjoyed by locals here in the Vail Valley. All of our breweries are brewer owned and operated and they all have a story to tell.

Scenic Drive

We drive so you can sample the beer! After we pick you up we drive you from the high alpine of Vail to the little town of Edwards and onto the semi-arid desert of Eagle on this beer tasting adventure.

There is a lot to see and learn about the area while we drive. Escape the ski resort bars and restaurants and get a true taste of the Colorado on this aprés ski tour.

Snacks along the way!

You can’t live on beer alone so we will have some snacks along the way. A pretzel from a local baker, popcorn and tacos from Vail’s best taco truck! We are a food tour company after all!

These artisan breweries are scattered throughout the Valley. We will get you there so you can taste the beer.

Crazy Mountain Brewery

Vail's first and now largest craft brewery with a worldwide distribution.

Bonfire Brewery

The local's favorite with a unique tasting room.

Vail Brewing Company

The newest brewery with a modern style and live music!

7 Hermits Brewing

Local brewpub in the heart of Eagle.

Where to Meet

We will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel, condo or home within the Vail Valley.

Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

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.

Food Tours:

These tours will have enough food for a moderate lunch for most people. These will be satisfying but may not replace multiple meals.

Brew Tours:

These tours will have snacks that are more of a happy hour size and may not be a replacement for a full meal.


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.

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.

Still have questions?   Visit our FAQ page to submit your own

We sampled so many different beers and walked away with a wealth of information, not only on the beer but in some Vail history as well.

Elizabeth Dunn, TripAdvisor

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