Ordering a craft beer will get you complex flavors made in smaller batches, while ordering a crafty beer will get you a lager served in a mug painted in glitter glue. Sip the difference with today’s Groupon from Road Dog’s Seattle Brewery Tours. Choose between the following options:
- For $72, you get a three-hour brewery tour for two (a $158 value).
- For $99, you get a three-hour brewery tour for three (a $237 value). <p>
Each tour includes the following per person: * A guided tour of three Seattle breweries * Tastings of craft beer at each brewery * Road Dog’s Seattle Brewery Tour T-shirt * Souvenir pint glass * Pickup, drop-off, and transportation to and from three breweries<p>
Road Dog’s Seattle Brewery Tours’ hops-savvy guides lead up to 11 curious sippers through a trio of downtown Seattle breweries. Your Road Dog’s Seattle Brewery Tour may include stops at classic Seattle breweries such as Georgetown Brewing Company & Hale’s Ale Brewery, to newer breweries such as Big Al Brewing, Emerald City Beer Company and Hilliard’s. Between sips, guides water minds with continued insight as the group travels between breweries via bus or camel caravan. The schedule includes daily morning, afternoon, and evening tours—during morning excursions, groups tend to explore the art and science of brewing as they catch beersmiths in the act, whereas evening tours include a stop at a brewpub where hungry tourists may sate themselves with nonliquid fare (not included in this Groupon). Guides also gift each brew-tourist with T-shirts and souvenir pint glasses to inspire memories of the trip and teach decency to naked closet-hangers.
Road Dog Tours
The enthusiastic tour guides at Road Dog Tours love Journey, standup comedy, and snowboarding—but on their three tours, their love of Seattle and its signature beverages is what really shines. With a focus on creating a lasting, unique memory, the staff crafts fun and engaging tours based on tips and information gathered from locals, research, and their own personal experiences. On the company’s namesake brewery tour, a guide whisks tourists to three breweries in three hours, where they sample craft beer, learn about the brewing process, and brush up on Seattle’s brewing history since the first beer tree was tapped in 1892. Distillery tours offer a similar selection of behind-the-scenes tidbits and local history, and feature samples of vodka, gin and whiskey. Morning coffee tours, meanwhile, stop at bean roasters, cafés, and bakeries, celebrating the city’s caffeine addiction.