Brewery Tours – Anywhere!

Brewery Tours

Are you traveling on a vacation or for work and have some free time? Want to check out some local breweries while you are there? VIATOR can help you do that! Brewery Tours…Even in your own home town!

What is Viator?

Viator is your number one source for booking activities, tours, and things to do – Anywhere in the world. It was founded in 1999. In 2014, Viator was acquired by TripAdvisor.

On the Viator site, you can find and book over 100,000 things to do anywhere you may be traveling, millions of reviews, guaranteed lowest prices, 24/7 Global Support, and free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance.

Brewery Tours

Brewery tours are what we are focusing on here and Viator can help you find them. Simply click on any of the Viator links on this page, enter Brewery Tours in the search box, and, as of this writing, you will find 1279 different tours – all over the US and the World.

These tours may visit a single brewery or several breweries in the area. Many include transportation to and from the breweries and range from one or two hours up to eight hours or more. Some tours may include other activities such as River Rafting, Biking, Food Carts, and Lunch or Dinner. Did I mention samples? Yes, tastings are included. If not, what would be the point?

If you happen to be traveling to Japan, there are even tours of Saké breweries.

Wet Your Whistle With a Few Sample Brewery Tours:

Just a small sample of Brewery Tours you can find on Viator...Where will you go to sample?

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I am the HomeBrew Guru… My name is Bob Archibald. Some of you may remember me as the grumpy old man behind the bar at Bristol Brewing ( in Colorado Springs where I had been pouring beer for over 12 years. They finally decided I was getting too old or didn’t have enough tattoos or something and replaced me with younger hipper bartenders. Oh well, it was time I moved on anyway. At least they kept my home brew recipe for the annual Christmas Ale! I have been home brewing since late 1994 and have brewed over 150 beers to date. Although I am not a highly technical brewer (its more of a ZEN thing) and still brew on a stovetop, I have created many different styles of beer and have gotten rave reviews for some of my creations. I have also dabbled with mead and wine to equal degrees of success. My latest endeavor is to try my hand at distilled spirits. I have found the basic stovetop method of brewing to be economical and in no way limiting in the quality and variety of beer which can be produced by the home brewer. I also still bottle condition my brews because I like the flavor of a good bottle conditioned beer. It is also more economical than the expense of kegging and the necessary draft system, just a little more time-consuming. A LITTLE MORE ABOUT MY BACKGROUND I am originally from Montana. I went to high school in the little town of Plains and later to an electronics school in Missoula, which eventually lead to a career in the telecom industry for about 23 years. First with Mountain Bell where I did everything from Operator Services to Central Office Installation to Outside Plant. From there I went to Northern Telecom, better known as Nortel, where I did Central Office Installation, Engineering, Grounding, Fiber Optics, and finally Sales Engineer. The telecom industry had a bit of a melt-down after the events of 9/11 and I found myself looking for work. I tried a couple of customer service jobs and ran my own retail business for 5 years. During that time I picked up the part-time gig with Bristol Brewing and I guess it sort of stuck, for a while anyway. 100 BOTTLES OF BEER I began writing my Home Brew Blog, 100 Bottles of Beer, about 9 years ago. It was hosted on Associated Content and then moved to Yahoo Voices. Both of those venues have shut down and I have now moved to WordPress. I went about two years without writing a new one but, I have now revived it here. The blog chronicles my fermentation adventures from how I got started in home brewing, my very first brew through my 100th brew and beyond. All recipes and instructions are included as well as related brewing history, brewing basics and advanced methods, personal experiences, successes, and failures. The most important thing to remember is… KEEP ON BREWIN’

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