Tripadvisor doesn't seem to list the tour as an attraction yet. An attached restaurant, Forecaster's Pub, is also not listed. We signed up for the tour, no reservations needed, and the cost is minimal, around $5. It's not a tour in the sense of walking from place to place. The attractive, funny, slightly hung over, female guide gave a very informative talk on the history of the brewery, how beer is made, what differences are among their various offerings, all while serving up 6 different ales or lagers for tasting. We basically stayed in one room, only once venturing a few yards to get a closer look at the operation. A nice experience for beer lovers; it's not quite as high brow as some wine and bourbon tours can be. You'll leave a bit buzzed so plan on having lunch, with or without beer, at the restaurant.
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