Beginning in January 2014 we will begin charging a fee of $10 a person for brewery tours. Space at the brewery is limited so the number of tour attendees is also limited. You may make your reservation and payment through the Eventbrite link that will be posted to the Tour page of our website the Thursday morning before the next scheduled tour.
A Word About Tour Dates: Tour dates are posted here as they are determined. If you do not see a particular date, or any future date at all, that means the next tour date has not yet been determined.
Upcoming Tour Dates: March 8, March 22, April 5.
Tour Begins: 5 p.m.
Tour Ends: 7 p.m.
Reservation Info: RESERVATION LINK GOES LIVE 8 P.M. THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT BEFORE TOUR DATE. You must make a reservation in order to attend tour. Space is limited. You may make one reservation for up to two people. Once reservations are "sold out" no more will be added. Tours typically sell out very quickly.
Tour Details: Please join us for our brewer-guided tour that includes a detailed look at our brewing process from start to finish and taste each of our beers currently on tap. Tour is $10 plus service fee, lasts an hour and a half or so, and everyone must bring a valid picture ID to taste the beer. Please plan to arrive a few minutes ahead of time. Parking is available in our lot or along Allen St. Entrance to the tour is on the west side of our building at the bay door facing Allen St. We have t-shirts, glassware, signage and a bumper sticker ("Keep Austin Beer'd") available for purchase and we accept credit, debit cards and cash.
We are un-airconditioned and unheated! Please dress accordingly. Well behaved and appropriately monitored children (parental units - this means you!) are welcome. No pets, please.
We have t-shirts, glassware, and signage available for purchase. We now accept cash, credit and debit cards.
For answers to any questions not answered here, please contact Teresa at email@example.com, or call the office at 512-385-2299. Cheers!
The brewery is located in East Austin at the corner of 5th and Allen Streets, between Pleasant Valley and Springdale. For exact directions, use this Google Map.
Can't wait for the real thing? Take a virtual tour starting in the grain room.