Jump into the van and let City Brew Tours take the group on a tasty tour.

Taste the beers of local breweries in the craft beer scene, find new and delicious foods, and learn the rich history of Washington, D.C., or the town where the tour is taking place.

“Your epic beer journey starts from the moment you meet your tour guide, with 10,000 years of hilarious beer history being discussed before your first stop,” said Chad Brodsky, founder and CEO of City Brew Tours. “At every stop after that you’ll take a deeper dive into the modern-day process of beer making and the flavors in your glass.” 

City Brew Tours, Washington, D.C
[/media-credit] Guided tour, City Brew Tours, Washington, D.C.

Guides will take the group on not just a tasty experience but an educational one where they will learn the mechanics of brewing. Most tours include stops at three to four breweries and food.

“Our ‘Original Brew Tour’ is the most popular public offering and our private tours often create experiences that mimic that,” Brodsky said. “While every private tour is customized, a typical private tour would make three brewery stops and include transportation, guided behind-the-scenes tours, beer and a meal. Menu style and offerings depend on the group size.”

There are two ways for a group to take a beer tour. It can be done as a public tour, where the group joins in with other people/groups. Or a private tour can be arranged.

“We have customized options to fit any group need, including the ability to meet virtually any budget, flexible itineraries and can often mix in stops to contrast the beer, like a cidery or distillery,” Brodsky said.

City Brew Tours also does tours in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Burlington, Vermont, and Boston. A private tour can have up to 400 people, with a minimum number of four required.

City Brew Tours has a team of tour planners that will assist with a sport for motorcoach parking at each location.

For more information, call 202-759-8687 or visit citybrewtours.com.