THE ORIGINAL COLORADO SPRINGS & MANITOU SPRINGS WALKING BEER TOUR
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The Autumn Ale Tour
November 16 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$39.00
Crisp, cool nights mean that Autumn has arrived and that calls for darker, maltier and more complex beers to help warm us up. Come enjoy a fall inspired guided walking beer tour of the quaint mountain town of Manitou Springs, Colorado. Along the way we’ll sample some of these full bodied and heartier craft beers (maybe even a pumpkin beer or two), share a little bit of local history, and talk about the craft beer phenomenon!.
Manitou Springs sits at the base of Pikes Peaks and is known for its mineral springs, art galleries, specialty boutiques and some great little craft beer establishments.
Meeting Place – (See Map Below)
Meet your tour guide at:
The American Legion Post
634 Manitou Avenue
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
This version of our “Original 1872” walking beer tour will feature some unique seasonal inspired Beers. We will be visiting 2 incredible craft beer establishments and the American Legion Post!!! Yes, the American Legion. Unfortunately, one of our craft beer establishments has, unexpectedly, had to close their doors. So, while we work to make arrangements with others, we will be starting our tour at the American Legion and, yes, we will be serving some unique crafts beer while there.
1st Stop – American Legion Post
2nd Stop – Red Mountain Bar & Grill at The Cliff House
3rd Stop – Manitou Brewing Company
(Venues are subject to change without notice.)
Beware of corny jokes throughout the tour!
Our tour starts promptly at 3 pm. Please arrive 15 minutes early so that we have time to get everyone checked in and get our tour started on time.
Manitou Springs is a small mountain town with narrow streets and limited parking.
There is a free parking lot at 10 Old Man’s Trail just across from Memorial Park. From the park a free shuttle will take you the short distance to downtown Manitou Springs. Shuttles run approximately every 20 minutes. For more information on parking, shuttles and directions, please visit the Manitou Springs website at: https://manitousprings.org/parking-shuttles/.
There is paid parking on the main streets. Parking on residential streets is for residents only.
Please be aware of and abide by all parking regulations.
You must be 21 or over to purchase tickets for this event. Your tour organizer will check IDs upon arrival.
Please, no children and no pets for this tour.
If you have any issues purchasing a ticket through our website, please contact us.
“There are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t met yet.”