We went on a brewery tour with nine people in our group--two of them being under two yet we still had to buy tickets for them. I think they need to have under five yrs of age as free. Neither one of them drank any soda and both were carried the entire time. The tour group was huge, probably about 50 people. You couldn't hear the tour guide and although he seemed knowledgeable, even if you did hear him you wouldn't have been able to understand him because he was speaking soooo fast. They were shorthanded on the day we went and apparently wanted the tour to end as soon as possible. We wanted to hear more about the brewing of rootbeer and I think he said some things about it, but again it was so fast that I don't really know. I didn't learn anything new and have been on better brewery tours. The highlight is that your 21 and up wristband gets you four beer samples and you can have unlimited soda. Because we had so many over 21 in our group we successfully tried all their beers/hard ciders on tap that day. The best one was their Door County Cherry Soda. It's like everybody knows them for their rootbeer, yet they're trying to push the beer. We wouldn't go back for a tour. I gave an average because while their tour wasn't that great, you do get to try a lot of their drinks.
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