Tour Experience

Have a question about our tours? Try the questions below on for size. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, email us or give us a call at 816-474-7095.

Tour FAQ

Can I visit your Tasting Room without taking a tour?

Unfortunately, no, but our Gift Shop is open seven days a week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

I tried to visit last year and you were booked months in advance, now I can just walk in?

That's right! Free brewery tours are now offered seven days a week on a no-reservation, first-come, first-served basis. You must be in person to claim tickets. For more information or to view the tour schedule, please visit our free public tour info page.

Do you have to be 21 to take a tour?

Minors are welcome on our Public tours, but must wait until they're 21 for our Unfiltered and Smokestack Tours. Samples are of course not made available to our underage visitors. We ask that parents of our youngest guests keep a close eye on their little ones; the brewery utilizes industrial equipment, chemicals, glass, hoses, and other materials that can be hazardous to wandering hands and feet. Strollers are not permitted on the tour.

How much does it cost to take a tour?

Our year-round public tours are absolutely free! Tickets for The Unfiltered Tour and The Smokestack Tour are $20 per person.

What beers will you have on tap?

On any given day, our tap towers feature a rotating lineup of year-round core brands, seasonal offerings, a Smokestack brew or two, and sometimes even brewery-exclusive test beers and other special treats.

Do I need to bring anything with me, or dress in a particular way?

If you’re planning on sampling beer at the end of your tour, please bring a photo I.D. We also encourage visitors to wear closed-toe shoes. However, closed-toe shoes are required for both Unfiltered Tours and Smokestack Tours.

Is the tour handicap accessible?

Certain parts of the brewery are not accessible to individuals in wheelchairs or those who have difficulty walking or climbing stairs, but we will gladly guide guests through areas that are available to them.