Tampa Brew Tours

The Unique Drinking Experience


Tampa Brew Tours is dedicated to providing a unique craft beer experience in the Tampa Bay area.  Our brewery tours provide our guests with a taste of Florida's burgeoning craft beer market in a luxurious, fun, and safe way:  a stretch limousine.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:  Which breweries do you visit?


It's really up to you.  We love all the breweries, who doesn't?  If there is brewery that you have been itching to try, let us know and we'll help you come up with a great itinerary.  Keep in mind that our Tampa Brew Tours are very customizable and flexible.  There are over 25 microbreweries in our area to choose from.  Check out our brewery map to find out which brewery is nearest to you.  If you aren't sure, give us a call or drop us an e-mail and we'll help you come up with a fantastic itinerary.  

Question:  What about tours of the breweries?


Who doesn't like a little education with their beer?  Some breweries have robust tours that range from 45 minutes to over an hour.  Some breweries charge a nominal $5-10 for their tours and give you a pint of their beer and a pint glass.  Other breweries are happy to show you around their operation and give you an opportunity to talk with a brewer.  We recommend doing one tour in order to get a feel for the beer making process, however, it is totally up to you and your party.  We can assist you in figuring it out as well.  

Question:  How long is a Tampa Brew Tour?


Tampa Brew Tours are 4 hours in our flagship Chrysler 300 stretch limousine.  They are 5 hours in length for parties greater than 9 Passengers.  Why?  Have you tried to herd 30 people after a few rounds of beer?  It's like herding cats!  So, we added an extra hour just for that reason.  

Question:  What vehicles are used on a Tampa Brew Tour?


For 4-8 passengers, we utilize our flagship Chrysler 300 stretch limousine.  Check her out right here. She's a beauty! For 9-12 passengers we utilize a Ford Expedition SUV stretch limousine.  When you have a group of 13-20 passengers, they get to ride in style in a Lincoln Navigator SUV stretch limousine.  For groups of 21-26 passengers, we will utilize a gorgeous Limo-Bus.  Finally, for 27 to 32 passengers, you'll get to ride in a Mini-Bus.

Question:  Can I bring any drinks or food in the vehicles?


Yes, you can bring whatever beverages or snacks as you desire. We will stock the vehicles full of complementary bottled water and ice for you to stay hydrated.  Depending on the day, some breweries will have food trucks stationed nearby.  Feel free to bring extra snacks, drinks, or coolers with you. We will do our best to have them available for you for the duration of your Tampa Brew Tour.

Question:  Can I bring my growler?


Heck yea!  Please note, starting on July 1, 2015, Florida breweries will be able to fill a 64 oz. growler! Hallelujah!  So bring them with you and take home some delicious craft beer and enjoy it with our bad-ass pint glass.  

Question:  Can I add additional time or visit more than 3 breweries?


You can add additional time and breweries.  If you would like to add time/breweries, it is much easier to do so at the time of booking.  Sometimes, keeping the party going is tough as vehicles may not be available.  Pricing is a flat fee and will include an additional pint/flight and brewery visit: 

The Chrysler 300 stretch limousine (4 to 8 passengers):  $95.00

Ford Expedition SUV stretch limousine (9 to 12 passengers):  $200.00

Lincoln Navigator SUV stretch limousine (13 to 20 passengers):  $275.00

Limo-Bus (21 to 26 passengers):  $325.00

Mini-Bus (27 to 32 passengers):  $300.00

Question:  What about the chauffeur's gratuity?


We recommend $20 per hour for excellent service.

Question:  How much fun will I have?


Take a look at our gallery or our Facebook page.

Question:  I have more questions.


We have answers - just give us a call or send us a tex at 813.455.1750 or drop us an email at info@tampabrewtours.com or info@bayshorelimo.com

Beer makes you feel the way you ought to feel without beer.
— Henry Lawson