People tend to check in during these times:
Free, fresh-from-the-tap samples are offered at the end of each tour to visitors 21 years of age and older.
Drink some beer :-)
Highly recommend, plus it's free!
The tour is amazing, definitely worth a trip out to Golden!
Try the batch 19 beer, recipe was lost during prohibition but recently found!
This tour has exclusive beers on tap
Great to experience the creation of Coors Light and other beers! Don't forget to check out the gift shop for great stuff!
Enjoy yourself at the largest brewing facility in the world, nestled in the middle of the mountains. Get here early on weekends, the wait for the tour bus can be excruciating later in the day.
Are you a local? Get familiar with "the short tour." Ask what that is when you check-in at the front and ye shall be rewarded.
At first, the tour will seem kinda lame. They give you those automated audio tour headsets, which can get boring. But they do let you see the real brewing room and packing room, making it worthwhile.
Good Times Cold Beer!
They make Coors, do not know why I went here.
Great tour! Golden is great place to eat and drink as well.
Fuk the tour, you get 3 big samples at the bar! Ha
Lots of red-necks on the tour.. lol.
Come with an empty stomach. All the beer tasting will make you feel full of you eat first. Might want to visit this place twice, too much info to absorb with just one visit.
They don't allow purses or back packs and they don't provide lockers.
Bags are not allowed during the tour. Coors should provide lockers for tourists (who don't have a car) to store their bags in.
Horrible tour, worse beer.
Get here early. We arrived 5 minutes before the first tour and there was a 45 minute wait already
Can no longer bring a purse in the building.. no matter how small it is :( not cool.
If you visit and tour in the wintertime, you may get to try the limited Winterfest!
Group photo, while fun, is a complete rip off at $20. No folder. No e-mail option. Tour was very worthwhile.
I have a feeling that the tour brewery isn't the "real" brewery
One minute after prohibition ended on Friday April 7, 1933 Coors Brewery rolled out the first cases of beer, solidifying the ended of the prohibition period.
If your here for a tour park in the lot on 13th & Ford
Coors non alcoholic is not non alcoholic
The tour itself is a little underwhelming, though we went on a Sunday night. But the three free beers make up for it. Follow it up with a trip to Woody's and order the pizza buffet!
Mmmm Gummy Duff
Skip the long lines and go to the Golden City Brewery across town. Coors can learn a thing about tours from Anheiser Busch in St. Louis.
The tour is a nice idea and you can drink three beers for free! Wonderful!
Best place to get free beer
The beer is cold
Can you guess what the secret ingredient is? Ill give you a hint. Bear grylls works here
Free tour. Don't complain about having to park so far away when it's free with samples.
Get here early! Line gets really long by noon. It's free beer, that's why!
You can not walk to the brewery unlike one of the comments says, you have to ride the bus to take the tour.
The tour is really short
This used to be one of the best tours available.They eliminated the live tour guide and replaced it with audio. It's now just like any other tour and lacks a lot. Should have left a good thing alone.
You don't have to wait for the bus. You can walk one block up Ford street and take a right toward the guard shack.
Audio tour is a bit long but overall had a blast
Really not a fan of this cheap beer or the company's affiliation with the Koch Bros but the tour was interesting.
Get there early.. Fun stuff at the end for drinks
Can't beat the free beer tasting!
Great tour and free beer at the end. Couldn't as for anything more!
Two options: 1- wait for the bus and get a special pass to do the self-guided tour, or 2- walk up and get access to the tasting room and gift shop
Awesome guided tour!