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3-Hour Small Group Downtown Asheville Brewery Walking Tour

  • Visit up to three downtown Asheville breweries with up to four tastings at each
  • Certified cicerone talks you through the brewing process and local brewing lore
  • Choose from multiple times to fit this tour into your busy schedule 
3-Hour Small Group Downtown Asheville Brewery Walking Tour
From US$37,00
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2:00pm Friday Brewery TourMost Popular
This 3-hour Friday tour start at (Asheville Brewing Company) and covers 3 breweries in 3 hours.
From US$50,00
2:00pm Saturday + Pint Glass
This 3-hour Friday Brewery Tour departs from (Asheville Brewing Company) & includes the price of a Brew'd Pint Glass. It covers 3 Breweries in 3 hours!
From US$57,00
5:30pm Thursday Brewery Tour
This 2-hour Brewery Tour departs from (Hi-Wire Brewing ) in downtown Asheville. It covers 2 Breweries in 2 hours!
From US$37,00
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This downtown Asheville brewery tour takes the guesswork out of finding a great beer in the North Carolina mountain town. On this walking tour, led by a certified cicerone, you stop at three top Asheville breweries. At each brewery, learn about the specific brewing processes and get to taste up to four 6-ounce samples.
What to Expect

Meets at Hi-Wire Brewing (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday) or Asheville Brewing (Friday) to start your downtown Asheville brewery tour.

Your guide, a certified cicerone, tells you all about this brewery, including its history, beers, and brewing process before you get to taste some for yourself. Sample up to four 6-ounce tastings before moving on to one or two more breweries in Asheville.

Along the walk to each brewery, your guide tells you a little bit about the city’s history and explains what makes this North Carolina city unique. Your guide encourages questions, so feel free to chime in.

Your tour ends at an Asheville brewery where you can stay if you like.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great way to spend an afternoon!

This was a Christmas gift for my husband. We booked in advance, the week of our trip to Asheville, and didn't have any trouble securing our spots for the tour. This tour started at Hi Wire brewing with a history and process of brewing beer....More

1  Thank arhl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mother's Day Fun

We had a wonderful time!Well-behaved dogs in tow we set out for a wonderful and informative tour with our entire family. This tour gives you incredible info on beer tasting and distinguishing brews. Our informative guide was incredible. She had many accolades including beer judge...More

Thank lmfilip
Reviewed 23 April 2018
Awesome Tour!

We had a great time on the Brew-Ed tour this past weekend when we were in town for a wedding. Cliff was a great tour guide and you could tell his passion for beer education is real. All of the breweries we toured were unique...More

Thank mlthomp325
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile
Fun fact based brewery tour.

Overall the experience was good and the tour guide was very informative. We had such a great experience trying different local brewed beers. Also, it was more of a social bonding with other members in the tour over some great beers. A more insight into...More

Thank Ria K
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile
Brewery tour

My wife and I toured and had a great time, cliff was very informative and the beer was great. I’m planning on going again when I come back to Asheville

Thank johnwsmithsr
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Patrick R
29 May 2018|
Response from beachygal81 | Reviewed this property |
Asheville Brewing, Twin Leaf and Catawba. Other tours may visit others but our particular tour visited these 3.
15 May 2018|
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Response from beachygal81 | Reviewed this property |
I believe the non-drinker ticket price is $20.
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