FAQ

The Crooked Craft truth is part of our promise to provide you with the best experiences available. To live up to that promise we want you to know the truth about our tours. So please take a moment and review these frequently asked questions:

Are your vehicles wheel chair accessible?

Our Crooked Craft Tour fleet is made up of two separate shuttles. The Cardinal Shuttle(our white shuttle) which is wheel chair Accessible and The Blues Shuttle(our Blue Shuttle)which is not wheel chair accessible. The Cardinal Shuttle can fit 8 passengers without wheel chairs and two passengers with wheel chairs or 11 passengers if none of them need wheel chair access. The Blues Shuttle can hold a max of 14 passengers but is not wheel chair accessible. Our wheel chair lift is available during any tour that states that it is wheel chair accessible in the tour description or specifically states that we will be using the Cardinal Shuttle.

What does a tour ticket get you?

On each public tour, Crooked Craft makes 3 brewery stops. The schedule for each stop is available on our Calendar page. With every tour guests meet at a central meeting place that also serves as the drop off when the tour is over. The tour is roughly 3.5 to 4 hours long, allowing 45 minutes at each stop to sample beers and purchase beer and food. One of the three stops will include a behind the scenes look at how a brewery makes their beer. In between each stop our guides (provided by Bare Knuckle Comedy) give irreverent comedic and mostly false facts on the city we love. Beer facts will be available, but we believe the experience should be fun and not too serious.

How many passengers can you take on each tour?

Our Crooked Craft Tour fleet is made up of two separate shuttles. The Cardinal Shuttle (our white shuttle) which is wheel chair Accessible and The Blues Shuttle (our Blue Shuttle) which is not wheel chair accessible. The Cardinal Shuttle can fit 8 passengers without wheel chairs and two passengers with wheel chairs or 11 passengers if none of them need wheel chair access. The Blues Shuttle can hold a max of 14 passengers but is not wheel chair accessible. Our wheel chair lift is available during any tour that states that it is wheel chair accessible in the tour description or specifically states that we will be using the Cardinal Shuttle. So each tour will depend on which vehicle is being used, and whether or not we will have passengers with wheel chairs.

Can we drink on the bus?

You are welcome to purchase growlers, bottles of wine (winery tours) and crowlers at each stop. We will have coolers on board to keep them cool. We don’t want you to get too thirsty so we will provide water and some sample beers when available. Please drink responsibly as to not disrupt other tour guests experience.

How do I find out about private tours?

Click on the events page and check out our hourly rates. We can customize the experience to make plenty of non brewery stops.

Is there going to be a bunch of rowdy people using this as an excuse to drink?

We have an honor the beer / wine code we stick to. It is based on the needs of the breweries / wineries and our company to give respect to all of the hard work that goes into making this beautiful beverage.