Q. What can we expect on your tours?
A. We want you to have a great time and hopefully learn something about Craft Beer while we explore the best Breweries and Beer SoCal has to offer.
We aren't running a contest to see who can drink the most Beer, if that's what you're looking then our tour isn't for you.
Q. Are there any restrictions to taking a tour?
A. You must be 21 with VALID I.D. to take any tour and sign waiver.
Q. Can we bring Beer and a cooler on the bus?
A. A wise man once said "Beer is about Quality, Not Quantity".
Most of the Beer at today's breweries is much higher in alcohol content than many people are used to drinking so please take that into consideration.
Great Fresh Beer at the Breweries should be the priority, not canned or bottled beer that you can drink anytime. We ask that you pace yourselves and enjoy the whole tour. You can bring a small cooler with a little beer. NO HARD LIQUOR ALLOWED, this is a beer tour.
Q. What does all Beer tasters mean? What is a flight or pint* for each person?
A. A flight of Beers/all Beer tasters is usually 4 4oz tasters of each breweries core beers for each person. If you prefer a glass of a Beer instead of a flight you can have that. You get approx $25 worth of beer for each person for the tour.
We go to many different Breweries, each has their own policies/procedures for flights. Sometimes they are too busy to pour individual flights for groups so we offer a pint* instead. Pint*, the higher the ABV may result in a smaller pour.
Q. How do I book a Private Tour?
A. Please take a look at our Private Tour info and FAQ pages, then contact us via email or phone to discuss date, time, pickup location and itinerary. Also see our reserve and pay page for terms, etc.
Q. What's your 30+ Birthday special?
A. If booking a tour for a birthday person who is 30+, buy at least 10 seats and Birthday person goes free
Q. What's included in your tours?
A. All Beer Tasters, A cooler full of waters, safe transportation, a Brewery tour if available and a friendly and knowledgeable Tour Guide.
Please let us know if your group is interested in a tour at one of the stops,
some groups want tours and some don't.
Q. How much does a private tour cost?
A. Please see our Private Tour Info page on our website. If you're looking for something different than what's listed there or if you have a larger group please contact us for pricing and details
Q. What are your payment,cancellations policies, etc?
A. Checkout our Reserve and Pay Page for details.
Q. Do you offer a DD rate?
A. Yes, For Private Tours $20 off full tour, $10 off minitour
Q. Do you only go to Breweries or can we go other places?
A. We specialize in breweries and Craft Beer. For Private Tours we discuss an itinerary for your choice of Breweries, brewpubs, Craft Beer bars, etc.
Q. Where can you pickup and dropoff, Can we do multiple pickups or dropoffs?
A. For Private tours we pickup/dropoff most anywhere in L.A. O.C. or Ventura. We can do 1 or 2 pickups or drop offs but it can add to the cost to your tour depending on how long that takes.
For Public tours we have set pickup and drop off points, those are listed on our website well in advance.
Q. Is there food at the Breweries?
A. Some of the Breweries serve food, if not some have food trucks and/or menus of nearby places that will deliver to the Breweries.
You can also take food or snacks into almost all of the Breweries.
Q. Can we bring food on the bus?
A. Yes but it's better to take food into the Breweries and sit down and eat while enjoying some Beer. If you have to eat on our bus we ask that you try not to leave it too messy, if that happens an additional cleanup fee may apply.
Q. Can we play our own music on the bus?
A. Absolutely, our bus has an auxiliary cord that reaches anywhere in the bus.
Q. How many people can you take on a tour?
A. We can accommodate up to 40 people with advance notice but that depends on where and when you'd like to go.
Q. Is Beer good for you?
A. You be the judge, below is copied from a recent article:
Craft Beer: Stronger than commercial cousins, craft Beers tend to be stronger in alcohol content and have more body and strength. They also pack a health punch full of vitamins and minerals. Craft Beer can contain up to 30% of your daily recommended fiber intake and can help lower your cholesterol.
IPA:Make yours a pint of IPA and you're onto a winner. IPA is one of the healthiest beers around because of what's in the hops. The wonder ingredient is the compound xanthohumol which prevents cataracts and keeps the bad cholesterol (HDL) from oxidizing and forming in your arteries, thus helping to prevent heart disease.
Dark Beer: If your dear old mother swore by a pint of stout, it seems she was on to a good thing. Dark beers contain 2 to 3 times the amount of flavonoids from the roasted barley which can help combat cardiovascular disease and even cancer.
See you soon!