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How we are keeping our tour staff, guests, and partners safe and healthy

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When we started Cruisin’ For A Brewsin’ in 2006 it was to support the small entrepreneurs who selected craft alcohol as their passion and business. We still have many opportunities to support these key partners as they try to rebuild their businesses and remain in operation.

As fellow human beings who also want to stay healthy, we fully understand the anxiety and concerns that our guests have in taking our traditional tours. This page is to explain how in what ways we are addressing trip flexibility along with health and safety protocols. This is to keep our guests, our staff, and tour partners healthy.

Please take a few minutes to read through and fully understand the responsibilities that we each have in order to work together and operate safely.

This page will be updated and dated as necessary.

Many Brews Cruise tour operations have opened up limited availability on select tours that utilize buses. Any visits to breweries, wineries, and distilleries would be based on the current protocols that often restrict on-premise activities to outside patios and spaces at each of these partners.

In addition, your safety is our biggest concern and we want to make sure you can enjoy the wonderful craft alcohol products of our area in a healthy and safe way.

Bookings and Payments 

  • Tours will be available solely by advance reservation, no walk-up guests will be allowed to take a tour at the last minute.
  • Please check the state website for more information before booking and before your party arrives in that state.
  • All guests will have to self-certify the intended compliance of their entire party with these Health and Safety policies before booking. In addition, a waiver will be completed by each individual guest before arriving for the tour and activity.

Cleaning, Health, and Safety

  • High contact areas on the bikes, boats, and buses (when available) will be sanitized before, after, and between each stop of the tour.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available through the guides on each tour for guests to use at any time.
  • Staff will be required to wash or sanitize their hands at the start and end of their shifts, and throughout their shifts.
  • Any snacks used will be commercially prepackaged and will be given to each guest before the tour starts.
  • Water will be available but we are highly encouraging guests to bring their own.

Physical Distancing

  • Posters and signage posted throughout the tour will remind customers of a minimum of 6-foot physical distancing requirements.
  • Guests are required to wear face coverings while checking in, during the rides/walks, and anytime they are not at the designated table when at a brewery, winery, or distillery. This includes getting up just to take a picture, use the restroom, and to make additional purchases.
  • Staff and guests will maintain a 6-foot distance between themselves as much as possible.
  • Group size for tours may be limited based on state mandates, and may or may not include guide/driver/crew.


  • Staff will wear face coverings at all times unless they are seated at a table in a brewery, winery or distillery.
  • Protective gloves will be available to staff to be used for certain tasks.
  • Staff schedule will minimize the amount of interaction between staff members, limiting the overlap between shifts, and assigning the same people to the same shifts as much as possible.
  • Staff will be encouraged to report to supervisors any practices or protocols that are not adequately minimizing the risk of exposure to the virus.

If you have any questions or concerns about our policies, please email before arriving for a tour to:

These times will make it extremely difficult for independent businesses to succeed. We highly encourage all of our fans and supporters to continue to support their local businesses of all types. If you intentionally purchase items from a local company you are clearly helping to keep the spending in your community. This has never been more important.

Stay safe, take care of each other, and continue to Drink Local.