Reservations are required for brewery tours and tasting-only experiences. Reservations for the brewery tour are available 25 days in advance from Friday to Sunday. Some Thursday tours (if offered) are available to book a week (7 days) in advance. Sample bookings (without tour) are available if booked 1 week (7 days) in advance.
All reservations can be booked on a first-come, first-served basis. Consult the portal at the top of this page to make reservations. Explore a live operating factory where all phases of the brewing process are observed. The tours cost a fee and are self-guided with headphones available.
There are learning stations with prerecorded descriptions. Reservations are required for all guests. More than 94,000 people visit the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Fort Collins every year, even though Colorado is the country of the Coors. The brewery offers free guided tours at 10 in the morning.
Visitors over 21 years old can take samples and all visitors can visit the village of Clydesdale, which is located on site. Here's a summary of the best brewery tours you can do in Colorado, from Fat Tire in Fort Collins to MillerCoors in Denver. Colorado is an epicenter of craft beer, with more than 200 breweries in the state and Boulder as the headquarters of the Brewers Association.