This tour typically takes place on Saturday at 3:30 pm & Sunday at 2:30 pm and lasts 3.5hrs. To create a custom time click here
Craft distilling is one of Denver’s newest and most exciting industries.
Mile High Spirits | DownSlope Distilling | Rising Sun Distillery
The Craft Distillery Tour is our flagship service. We offer two tours a week, each highlighting different Denver distilleries. Each tour also incorporates a ride on our beloved Whiskey Wagon and includes the best spirits-tasting in Denver. During these tours, samples are provided during the rides as well as at some of the locations – so please, have a designated driver for your ride home!
During the tour, you can expect to have an awesome time bonding on the whiskey wagon. There are a lot of tasty samples and opportunities to learn whiskey & liquor tasting techniques. Book now and get the unique history and story of each Denver distillery and enjoy alternative options for samples if whiskey isn’t your favorite way to imbibe.
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Mile High Spirits is a Small Batch Distillery Located on 22nd and Lawrence. They have Some of the Best Whiskey and Spirits in Denver.
Ride in comfort with custom wood grain and leather interior. Enjoy tastings on the famous Whiskey Wagon.
Enjoy a guided tour and tasting at the famous Down Slope Distillery with their prohibition-era double diamond still.
A hidden gem in Denver. They are one of the few distilleries in America making certified organic spirits, and their cocktails are phenomenal.
Spirits Crafted From Organic Raw Blue Agave, Hand-Milled Grains, And Crisp Rocky Mountain Water
Tour ends back where we started. Mile High Spirits has wildly fun evening events, please have a designated driver.
Rick was great!
A fun way to do a first time walking tour of Denver. Rick was very knowledgeable and fun! I’m not a huge whiskey fan, but definitely also enjoyed learning about it. Excellent customer service – I forgot a jacket and shot glasses at the last stop and Rick met us the following day to return the items!
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All Tour Tickets are Non-Refundable
Expired third-party tickets are good for the amount originally paid, but once scheduled cannot be rescheduled for another day.
There are only two exceptions to this policy:
1.) Centennial Tours determines the weather to be too severe for touring
2.) The group minimum is not met (bus tours require a minimum of 4 guests).
Rescheduling can be done with at least One Week’s Notice, but there will be a Rebooking fee of $10/guest
What to Bring
I.D.s will be checked for anyone consuming alcohol. No drinks will be served to those without or those that are underage.
Feel free to bring personal items, such as purses, backpacks, and cameras, but beware there are no places to store your items along the way except for the party bus, and we cannot take responsibility for items left on the party bus, as we operate four tours a day. Pictures are allowed at all the locations, but some historic, and proprietary items might be off limits, so please ask us if you are unsure.
There will be food and drinks available at some distilleries, depending on the day and time. Food is not included in the tour price generally, but snacks are offered on the bus.
I.D.s are checked for anyone consuming alcohol. No drinks will be served to those without or those that are underage. However, donuts will be provided to all tour guests.
Saturdays: 3:30 – 8 PM
Sundays: 2:30 – 6 PM
Feel free to bring personal items, such as purses, backpacks, and cameras. They can be left on the bus, but beware, Centennial Tours is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Pictures are allowed at all the locations.
Tours run rain or shine, but if Centennial Tours determines the conditions to be unsafe we will cancel, and notify everyone promptly.
Parking: Generally, we recommend consulting the Best Parking site for the lowest rates:
*Parking: Generally, it is best to park in the lots adjacent and behind Pints Pub (221 W. 13th Ave). We don’t recommend parking street-side, even though the meters don’t run on Sundays. Technically, vehicles are supposed to move every two hours. Please, call if you have any questions.
Most tours start at Mile High Spirits, and one of the best parking options there is the adjacent lot (north of MHS on the left, before 22nd St.). It’s only $3 for the day unless the Rockies are having a game. There is limited free parking (street-side) in the vicinity too, but many are 2-Hour Only, so beware. The tours run from 2 – 4 hours long, and most likely you will not make it back to your car in time.
Pick up / drop off
Pick Up & Drop Off is Available:
- $10/Guest (max. $30 for groups)
- Pick-Up/Drop-off in a 5-mile radius of downtown
Please alert your guide and/or driver of any food allergies or sensitivities