All tours include a one-day voucher good for 10% off our retail merchandise (not valid for food or alcohol purchases).

Option 1 - A free, 20-minute guided brewery tour offered Wednesday through Friday at 5:30pm and Saturday & Sunday at 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm. This tour will highlight the fundamentals of our beer business and give you a glimpse into the daily workings of our brewery. These tours are limited in number and available to those 13 years of age (with a parent or legal guardian) or older. 

Option 2 – A 45-minute guided tour with beer tastings and a souvenir glass. This $7 tour is offered Wednesday through Friday at 6pm and Saturday & Sunday at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm. Guests will experience an up-close view of our brewery’s operations while receiving a more in-depth account of how we cellar and sour some of our most sought-after beers. Tickets to these tours are limited to 30 people per tour and you must be 21 years of age or older.

Option 3 –‘Brewers Tour & Barrel Room Tasting’ A comprehensive 60-minute tour of our brewery operations followed by a sampling of beers and our Chef’s culinary creations. We'll start with the tour and make our way back to the Barrel Room where you'll get to sit back at our Brewmaster's table where we'll sample barrel-aged and other unique beers. These tours are $30 and are offered Wednesday through Saturday at 7pm. A souvenir glass is included. These tickets are limited to 20 people per tour and you must be 21 years of age or older to attend. 

Option 4 – Private/group tour.These pre-reserved date and time tours can be booked via our Brewery Brand Manager for groups of ten or more. These tours run about an hour and include beer tastings and a souvenir glass. Guests on this tour will experience an up-close view of our brewery’s operations while receiving an in-depth account of how we cellar and sour some of our most coveted beers. To book a private tour, you can reach our Brewery Brand Manager by calling 877.572.7563, select Ext. 2 or via email at ''.   


Brewery Tours

We work hard to make our award-winning beer and we'd love to show you just how we do it. We are thrilled to offer tours of our new facility, once we open. While walking through DESTIHL Brewery, you’ll get to learn a little about our history, how and why we boycott bland beer and maybe even get a glimpse (or taste) of what we're working on for the future.

Tours are limited in number (except private group tours) based on safety, space and ultimately to provide you with the very best experience. Tours can last between 20-60 minutes depending on the option you select and include walking, standing and several stairs. 

Ticket Availability

Advance tickets are available online via EventBrite up until 24-hours before the tour time. Any tickets not pre-sold online will be available for in-store purchase the day of the tour at the Beer Hall on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call the Beer Hall at 309.220.9901 for same-day ticket availability.

To get your tickets, click on "Get Tickets" above and select the date and time you wish to attend. There may be more than one available tour for a particular day. Select the number of tickets you need and select "Register or Tickets." Once your tickets have been selected, please verify that all information (date and time) is correct in the Checkout, you'll have 8 minutes to complete your ticket purchase. All ticket sales are final. We do not offer refunds for tickets purchased or no shows.  

When it comes to tours, our tour route includes lots of walking (some outside, weather permitting), as well as a lot of stairs. We will always accommodate wheelchairs on tours, but access may be more limited. Please contact us in advance so our tour team can provide you with the best experience possible.


It's a pretty relaxed environment, but we do take your and our safety very seriously. Tours will typically swing through our malt storage area, the brewhouse, the packaging lines, and through our beer cellar, but please remember that we are a working brewery. There are safety concerns all along the way. Occasionally, we will have to take a detour or two. For your own safety, we require that visitors refrain from wearing sandals/flip flops or any version of an open-toe shoe. Safety glasses and other protective clothing may be required during operating hours. 

Should you have any concerns about tour accessibility, or have more questions, please email us at ''.