Breweries and Wineries
Sip and savor craft beer and local wine
In a state better known for bourbon, beer and wine tours are a popular way to taste Kentucky’s other great drinks. Craft breweries in Louisville and Lexington continue to draw national acclaim. Kentucky is also the home to nearly 70 local wineries.
Microbreweries around the state offer beer tours exploring the production, sensory elements and history of brewing in Kentucky. Whether the best beer for you is a bock or an IPA, breweries can accommodate your taste.
The first commercial vineyard in the United States was in Kentucky, a leading wine producer until Prohibition. Today’s wine industry capitalizes on the state’s rich agricultural heritage paired with the latest winemaking technique.
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Let Mint Julep Tours be your guide to the city of Louisville’s best beer with “Brew in the Lou.”
This beer tour visits three local breweries with tasting flights at each stop. You’ll hop from taprooms to production facilities to grasp our great beer scene.
Led by a Mint Julep Tours ‘brew guru,’ each beer tour includes transportation, admissions, tastings, a pretzel necklace and bottled water.
Public beer tours are available select Sundays visiting Against the Grain, Great Flood, Goodwood or Monnik breweries.
Have members of your group that aren’t crazy about bourbon? Beer and wine tours can be added to any custom tour experience to diversify your day.
Mint Julep Tours offers exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences at several Louisville breweries like Against the Grain, Falls City Brewing Company and Mile Wide Beer Co. Each location includes a guided tour and a beer tasting flight.
Urban winery Old 502 in Louisville is a popular stop for a wine tasting flight paired with small plates. Venture out into the state to seek your favorite wine varietals or find a new favorite bottle. Ask your experience coordinator for wine tour options.