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Coeur d’Alene Brews Cruise can create and customize an all-inclusive experience for any upcoming occasion.

We would love to host you on a future Private or Corporate tour. Our partnerships extend beyond the local breweries. We enjoy taking guests to distilleries, cideries, and much more.

We also have options to charter vehicles to bring your private group to great spots in other area towns with a focus on craft fermentation.

Read through the information we have below to answer even more questions, and then send us the details you have by using our inquiry form.

Let us know what you are looking for, and we will do our best to make it happen.

Coeur d’Alene Brews Cruise

Private Tours

Birthday Party
Anniversary Party
Family Reunion
Retirement Celebration
Bachelor Parties
Bachelorette Parties
Friends Get-Together
Camp Family Outing
Neighborhood Outing
Class Reunion
Pre-Wedding Outing
Military Reunion
Holiday Party, etc.

Corporate Tours

Staff Appreciation
Hospitality Industry Party
End-of-Season Outing
Team Thank You Party
Goal Incentive Party
End-of-Project Gathering
Client Appreciation
Sales Meeting Outing
Area Familiarization tour
New Employee Outing
Retirement Party
Holiday Staff Party
Welcome to the Team Tour, etc

Frequently Asked Questions About Private And Corporate Tours

Private and Corporate Tour Inquiry

Please share with as much detail as possible about what you are looking for on your upcoming tour. This is the best way for us to be prepared to get in touch with you right away to discuss all of the options that we have.

Private Tour Inquiry-Coeur d'Alene

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    What date are you looking for? If there is not a specific date yet, enter the first day of the proper month here.
  • Is the tour for a Bachelor(ette) Party, Work Team, Birthday, Family Reunion, etc.
  • Let us know any additional thoughts or ideas that you have about the tour. You can ask specific questions here as well.
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