TASTING ROOM FAQ
Don’t see your question answered below? Contact us at info@DryCountyBrewCo.com. Bands interested in performing at our tasting room can contact Cooper@DryCountyBrewCo.com. Food Trucks or other vendors interested in serving during tour hours can also contact Cooper@DryCountyBrewCo.com
When are you open to the public for tours?
Dry County is open to the public for tours Thursdays & Fridays from 5:30 – 9:30 pm, and Saturdays from 2:00 - 9:30 pm. As we don’t have full-time tour staff, tours outside of the listed hours must be scheduled in advance. For private tour/event information, please contact info@DryCountyBrewCo.com
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash and all major debit/credit cards. Unfortunately, we cannot accept personal checks. We do offer cash-back at the register so you can take care of your bartenders!
Do we need reservations?
Nope! On Tour days, doors open at start time. Please be aware that Friday and Saturday are generally the busiest nights. We have a tour attendance cap of 300 guests, so please anticipate a crowd on these traditionally busy nights!
Can I bring my dog?
Yes! You can bring your dog, but for the safety of both your furry friend and our patrons, we ask that dogs stay on a leash and remain in our outdoor areas. Be aware that as we are a beverage production facility, dogs are not allowed inside regardless of outdoor weather conditions.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes! We are an all-ages facility. Of course, only those who are 21-over are permitted to drink. We do have water and water cups available free of charge.
Do you have food or other drinks besides beer?
We have food trucks that come throughout the week offering you a variety of options to eat.
Stay tuned for a soon to be unveiled addition to our brewery.
What’s the space like? Is there seating? Is there shade? Inside or out?
We have 8-10 beers on tap inside our tasting room at all times. The beers are rotating frequently, so you are sure to find something you like! Our outdoor space is perfect for lounging in the shade under one of our Dry County tents, or playing a competitive game of corn hole or life size Jenga! We have picnic tables and some individual chairs and tables available on a first-come/first-serve basis: blankets and camping chairs are allowed.