Unfortunately, the owners of Walla Walla Brews Cruise have decided to cease operations.
No tours are being offered until further notice.
If you are interested in having your own tour company that showcases the best craft alcohol being produced in the Walla Walla Valley, please visit this page or contact us by e-mail for more information.
Thank you for your understanding.
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Private and Corporate Tours
Looking for an unforgettable outing for your group? Our Best of Walla Walla Craft tour is a customized tour for small and large groups.
Your specialized tour could visit local sites for everyone to participate in fun activities. It could incorporate a round of golf, a visit to a lavender or goat farm, exploration in an active hopyard, live music, Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Wildhorse Casino, and many more options.
With these private tours, we can be flexible on start times and pickup/dropoff locations.
Let us know about any specific places that your group would like to visit. We will do our best to accommodate them on your private tour. We love trying to make the impossible possible! Learn more…
The Three P’s of Walla Walla Brews Cruise:
People, Process, and Product
Walla Walla is known for wine, but it’s also home to plentiful craft beer and cider. Alongside thousands of acres of vineyards are century-old wheat fields and orchards stretching across the valley. Generations of wheat farmers have made their home in Walla Walla and now support a growing community of brewers.
At Walla Walla Brews Cruise, our tours are knowledge-based. The people behind the tours are Brent and Suzanne. Brent is a Walla Walla native and retired career firefighter. Suzanne is a transplant from the Finger Lakes region of Central New York and has lived in Walla Walla for close to 20 years. When not driving the tour bus, Suzanne is an anthropology professor at nearby Whitman College.
On our tours, you will learn more about the process of brewing beers and crafting cider, with a guided discussion of varying styles of alcohol, and what makes each partner that we visit unique.
Our standard bus tour’s average length is four hours but may vary depending on the itinerary. You get to taste various samples at each brewery location.
So, if you are a homebrewer, a newbie in the brewery, or a simple beer lover, joining a Walla Walla brewery tour is the thing for you.