Frequently Asked Questions
The tours are only available to guests 21 years and older. Please have a valid ID or Passport or you may not be allowed to participate on the tour. We’d also ask that you do not arrive at the tour intoxicated since you will have a long day of drinking ahead of you.
Absolutely! We will sample approximately 4 to 5, 5oz pours at each stop. You’re also welcome to purchase additional beer to enjoy at the brewery, take with you on the bus, or bring back home. Everyone is usually feeling good at the end of the tour with the included flights. We also provide bottled water and snacks on the bus.
Keep in mind that many of the craft beers we sample are high in alcohol content, so please drink responsibly.
Prior to 48 hours we can attempt to re-schedule for another available date. Deposits and are non-refundable after 24 hours. Deposits reserve tour dates/times and are applied to the final cost of all tour reservations.
You can pay with a credit card, Amazon account, or PayPal when you book through our website.
We can accommodate groups of all sizes and will arrange to have a vehicle that will seat everyone comfortably. We’ve hosted groups as small as 2 and as high as 100+ so feel free to challenge us!
An auto-gratuity will be applied to all private tours and covers gratuities for your host, driver, and bartenders. If your host gave your group a great experience and you’d like to offer an additional gratuity, that is always appreciated.
We will pick you up and drop you off at the locations of your choice in the Las Vegas/Henderson area.
Our typical tour runs approximately four hours and we visit three breweries. This can always be customized to to run shorter or longer to better suit the needs of your group.
Please plan on wearing flat, closed-toe shoes since you will be spending time in the brewery. This is not mandatory but some of our partners may not allow you to enter the brew house without them. For most events, the breweries are still open to the public so please refrain from wearing anything that could be deemed offensive.
Finally a good question! You will have the opportunity to purchase beer at the breweries. It is legal in Clark County to have open containers in a vehicle that is operated by a contracted driver. You will be asked to sign a waiver before the tour starts and Sin City Brew Tours cannot provide you alcohol directly.