St. Augustine Craft Beer & History Crawl in St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Experiences77 Bridge StSt. Augustine, FL 32084
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Taste your way through historic St. Augustine! This unique craft beer and history tour offers a fun way of seeing America’s oldest city and learning how the state's beer industry has evolved. Enjoy a curated experience through historic landmarks, local brewpubs, and state-of-the-art tap rooms – while sampling some of Florida’s best craft beers along the way!

up to 3 hrs 2 or more people

Good To Know

  • Enjoy a 2-in-1 brewery and history tour of St. Augustine, Florida, America's oldest city!
  • Sample up to 12 beer tastings across 3 stops.
  • The tour lasts approximately 3 hours and is led by a knowledgeable and licensed guide.
  • Small group size with 10 people or fewer.
  • Must be 21+ years of age to participate. A valid US ID or passport is required.
  • This is a walking tour, so comfortable shoes are recommended.
  • Includes a mid-tour snack, a delicious food pairing at the second stop, and water between stops.


from St. Augustine Beer & History Crawl
Take a fun and fascinating step back into Florida history with the St. Augustine Ale Trail Craft Beer & History Tour! In this uniquely curated experience, you and your licensed, knowledgeable guide will stroll around the charming streets of St. Augustine, the oldest city in the nation, discovering the best of Florida craft beers. Learn about the early days of St. Augustine and how the beer business has evolved in the Sunshine State.

You’ll start at 77 Bridge Street.

Pass by the Prince Murat House at 246 St. George Street in St. Augustine. Prince Achille Murat (nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte) and American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson stayed here in the 1820s to fight a bout of illness. This 1790 coquina house is an excellent example of Second Spanish Period architecture.

Stop at Aviles Street in St. Augustine for 10 minutes. Extending south from the Plaza to Bridge Street, Aviles Street is one of the city's narrow, brick-lined, historic streets that has retained much of its colonial character.

Pass by St. George Street in St. Augustine. Starting at the Old City Gates and extending to historic Lincolnville, St. George Street is the center of shopping, entertainment, historical sites, attractions, and restaurants.

Pass by the Father Miguel O'Reilly House Museum at 32 Aviles Street in St. Augustine. With parts of the structure dating back to 1691, the O'Reilly House is St. Augustine's oldest standing home. Father Michael O'Reilly moved into the house in 1785 and was a leading figure in the cathedral's construction. Upon his death in 1812, he left the house to the Catholic Church. It is now operated as a museum by the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Pass by the Plaza de la Constitucion at 1 Cathedral Pl, St. George Street, between King Street and Cathedral Place in St. Augustine. The plaza has been a central part of St. Augustine since 1573 when the Spanish Royal Ordinances first laid it out.

Pass by Treasury Street in St. Augustine. The narrowest street in the city! It is only 7 feet wide, making it almost impossible to steal gold being transported from the ships to the Royal Spanish Treasury.

Pass by Castillo de San Marcos National Monument at 1 S. Castillo Dr. in St. Augustine. The oldest and largest masonry fort in the continental United States. It was finished in 1695 and survived two British attacks. It is not part of the National Park Service.

You'll end at 3 St. George Street near the Old City Gates.
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Frequently Asked Questions about St. Augustine Beer & History Crawl

Where does the tour meet?

The tour meets at 77 Bridge Street at the Dog Rose Brewing Company near historic downtown St. Augustine, Florida. Please arrive 15 minutes before your tour time.

How much walking is on this tour?

The Ale Trail Craft Beer & History Tour lasts approximately 3 hours but will only cover about 0.8 miles of total walking at a relaxed pace.

Can children come on this St Augustine Experiences tour?

No, all guests must be 21+ years of age to join this tour.

What about the weather?

All tours are held rain or shine. Ponchos are provided if it rains. Please check the weather forecast to help you choose your shoes and garments and see if you need an umbrella.

What is included in this St. Augustine beer tour?

This tour includes up to 12 beer styles (including the special Florida craft beer) across 3 stops, food pairings at the second stop, mid-tour snack provided by a local food purveyor (vegetarian option available), and water between beer stops.

What should I bring?

Valid US ID or passport (for international guests) are required as IDs will be checked before the tour. You do not need any printed tickets.

What should I wear?

Comfortable walking shoes and umbrella are recommended.

Are there any physical limitations on this tour?

This tour is not recommended for pregnant travelers and guests with back and heart problems or other serious medical conditions.

What if I don't drink beer?

If you don’t like beer but still want to join the tour with your friends or family, there are wine and/or cider options at each of the beer stops. They will be a single drink and not flights, but you will be able to imbibe with the rest of the group.

Are gratuities included?

Bartender/server gratuities are already included in the tour price. While it’s never expected, if you enjoyed your tour and want to give a tip to your tour guide, please do. Most guidebooks and American Express suggest 20% of the full tour price.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

Yes, all of the tour stops are ADA accessible. If you have a wheelchair, please note that some of the streets you will be traveling on are cobblestone.