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The moment is up to you…



One price for admission includes a tour card with six *moments* to enjoy how you choose. Enjoy all six as 6oz samples of beer, or celebrate the moments to come and choose free take-home beer from our menu of options. 

*Valid ID required at time of purchase. On-site consumption is limited to 36oz per person, per day. Take-home beer limits also apply.

tour 1 | example

     = three 6oz samples  
      = 32oz growler fill

tour 2  | example

      = flight OR six-pack
   = one 12oz pour



  • You may purchase admission to promotional, educational, or facility tours (the beer is free). 
  • Beer tasting is available the entire event window.
  • Our brews vary by season, not everything is available every day.
  • Tours last 15-20 minutes and run 3-5 times during tasting hours.
  • By law, no outside alcohol under any circumstances. 
  • Our brewery and Keeping Room is family friendly–but dogs must remain outside.
  • Must be 21 to sample our beers; ID’s checked at door.
  • We take credit and debit, but be sure to bring some cash to tip your bartenders.

Q: Can I bring my kids?
A: Yes. We are a family friendly brewery. Thursdays, Saturday afternoons, and Sunday’s are best, but you and your family are welcome any time during public tours and tastings.

Q: Are you dog friendly?
A: We love dogs! But they need to stay on the exterior. Our lease explicitly prohibits dogs on premises and we appreciate your help in maintaining compliance. Thanks for understanding.

Q: Do I need my ID to enter?
A: Valid photo ID (21 and up) is required for all guests planning to purchase admission to tastings or take-home beer tours. Designated drivers, those under 21 years of age, or those who prefer not to purchase admission to a tasting or take-home beer tour, do not require an ID for entry.

Q: Do you have food?
A: No. You are welcome to bring food, or have it delivered. We sometimes have food trucks or other vendors on-site, but not every day.

Q: Do you have a TV?
A: Yes. While our viewing area is limited, we do have a large projector to broadcast televised programming at the discretion of our Keeping Room Management.



Historically, friends and family gathered in a room just off the kitchen as meals were prepared. This room came to be known as the Keeping Room. It served as a place to keep warm by the fire and/or hearth of the kitchen, and also a place to keep conversation and company.

Reformation Brewery invites you to our Keeping Room, where you can warm yourself by a different kind of hearth, and keep conversation and company with others looking to savor the moment.