- 399 Ratings
Guided Brewery Tour in Longmont
Hit up a local Colorado brewery, learning about the beer-making process from the experts. Take in the mountain views as you sample homemade ales.
What You Will Do
- Stroll through a working brewery in Longmont for a one-hour guided tour with a professional
- Enjoy stunning natural views, such as the sparkling St. Vrain River and the towering Rocky Mountains
- Explore the facility in its entirety, checking out the bottling hall, cellar, and the brewhouse
- Sip and sample some of the beers that are made on the premises, uncovering the different flavors of each
- Guided brewery tour
- 399 Ratings
Great informative tour that got us behind the scenes. We learned a lot about the company that was unknown...
This tour was AMAZING! My friend & I took a few days to go around & tour breweries & we both agree that this one was on of our favorites! Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable. We also were the only ones signed up for a tour & she was still happy to give us one! She even recruited two other people at the bar to bring along. All the employees were very friendly as well.
Brewery was very welcoming and great selection of beers to choose from. Tour guides were great and very informative, making for a very pleasant experience. Highly recommended!
Knowledgeable and friendly staff
very sweet tour guide very knowledgeable
Our tour guide Val was great. She answered all of our questions. We are from Buffalo, New York and really enjoy the Milk Stout Nitro. We took home a couple of six packs that we can not get here.
First of all, our brewery tour was incredible with Tony as our guide. He took his time and gave a great description of the brewing process, and answered our many questions. Next we sampled a few of your brews in the tasting room, again asking question about the different beers we sampled. Our favorite was the one aged in used whisky barrels, Canadian Tuxedo. Thanks for a great experience.
We enjoyed our visit and wish you were located a little closer to Cheyenne. We'll be back!
I appreciate the knowledgeability of the guide and the personalization of the tour. Nice work.
- Lt. Ryan
WOW!! This was and IS the best brewery tour we have been on!! Only more the reason to move away from San Diego area and relo to Longmont area. Employees with pride and passion. Great company values and great craft beer. Thank you!!
I had a great time and learned a lot. Our tour guide and all the people in the tasting room were very helpful and insightful and answered all of my questions. Thanks!
Enjoyed our visit.
Very friendly atmosphere & informative tour guide
We had a great time. Super helpful staff. Can't get enough of that Nitro Milk Stout.
Tour was awesome - beer was amazing. Staff is super knowledgable, incredibly passionate and most importantly very friendly!
Tour was good. Needed a better selection of t shirts
Very laid back but really great tour guide! And the beers are great!
Great atmosphere and friendly employees. They employees answered all my questions about the brewing process and the new beers on top. We will be back!
Loved the brewery tour by Lauren. She was very well informed and gave us a lot of good information that I found very interesting. Thank you Lauren! Also I was very impressed with the facility and the Tasting Room especially. The bar and all they souvenirs were just fun. Absolutely loved it! Go Team Left ✋!
We came in late because of Denver traffic so we missed 75% of the tour but Sarah was kind enough to show us what we missed after the tour was over. That was great!!!
Tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable
I found the discussion of the history of Left Hand fascinating. Also, as a home brewer and aspiring professional brewer, I really enjoyed how we were able to go through and see how Left Hand has become self sufficient and utilized somewhat unconventional means to simplify the process. Things like the chemical transition room and the centrifuge system were very cool to see. The guide was fantastic and open about how long they've been with the company and was willing to provide a lot of information about the function of the brewery and the partnerships in the community. We brought some family in from out of town who were less familiar with the brewing process, and they found it fascinating.