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When is a private tour recommended?
- You have a group of 6-14 people
- You want to go to multiple locations and customize the itinerary
- You want private pick-up and drop-off
- Perfect for birthday parties, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, corporate team building, sports tailgating, concert tailgating, and more.
How much does it cost?
- $500 + taxes & fees
- Private pick-up and drop-off.
- 5-hours transportation anywhere in the Triangle.
- You select which breweries and/or any other locations you’d like to visit.
- You will have the whole bus to yourself and our undivided attention.
- You can make a playlist and connect to our stereo system via Bluetooth
- You can BYOB on the bus.
Can I create an all-inclusive private tour similar to your public tours?
- Yes! The price starts with the $500 transportation rate, and add-ons are priced per person.
- $30/ person for drinks at each stop up to 4 locations
- $7-30+/ person for food, depending on the offering. See our Private Tour request form for more details.
Corporate Events – Email for pricing:
- We can plan an itinerary for you based on your company’s needs. We’ll just need a few details.
- We can provide an invoice.
- We have partners perfect for fun team building events.
- We can arrange a sit-down meal at a restaurant as part of the event — take advantage of our negotiated rates, or order and pay separately
Fill out the request form on our Private Tours page today!
Why yes we do!
Of course, we are happy to mix and match your tour any way you want, but if you’re looking for some inspiration, here’s our cheat sheet with a few awesome private tour recommendations:
- The Durham Tour– Fullsteam, Durty Bull, Ponysaurus, Beer Study/Starpoint Brewing and a BBQ
dinner from the Q Shack catered at a brewery.
- The Raleigh Tour — Gizmo, Compass Rose, Neuse River, Lynnwood Brewing Concern, and Dinner
catered at a brewery from The Pit in Raleigh
- South Durham/Cary — Barrel Culture, Bond Brothers, Fortnight, Jordan Lake, and dinner catered
from Foster’s Market.
- Beer.Edu Package – get a tour of the area’s only malt house from the folks at Epiphany Craft
Malt, brew your own beer at Bull City Homebrew, and get a behind-the- scenes experience and
taste unique brewery ingredients at Fullsteam Brewery
- Turn a TTT Public Tour into a Private Tour – see our Public Tour offerings here.
Of course! At each stop on your tour, you’ll receive a flight, several samples, or a pint. We’re happy to recommend special offerings or must-tries!
You know it! That’s what we mean when we say our public tours are all-inclusive. Depending on the tour, you’ll be getting anything from New York style pizza to a brunch buffet. We also have chips and other munchies on the bus.
If you want a snack in addition to the food included on the tour, many breweries and bottle shops we visit have a partnership with local food trucks. Check individual brewery and bottle shop websites for food truck schedules.
Gratuity is included for beertenders, restaurant servers, and other folks serving you alcohol or food at our tour stops.
Gratuity for TTT tour staff is not included in your ticket. Feel free to hook them up for doing a great job!
Do bears defecate in the woods? Yes…the answer is yes. Not only can you drink on the bus, but we encourage you to purchase beer from any and/or all of our partners along the way. The pick-up location will almost always be a local bottle shop, brewery, or distillery where you can buy something for the road.
All alcohol on the bus is BYOB. We even have two built-in coolers and a bottle opener!
Yes! All TTT riders must be 21 years or older. ID’s will be checked upon boarding the bus and may be checked again by other establishments.
Forms of ID Accepted by TTT:
- Valid (in date & not expired) driver’s license issued by any state in USA
- Valid (in date & not expired) identification card issued by North Carolina
- Valid USA military identification card
- Valid (not expired) passport – If you are visiting from another country, please bring your passport to verify your legal age of 21 years old.
No ID, no soup for you… meaning, no tour or refund. You must be 21 years of age to sample beer, cider, mead, or liquor on our tours.
Yep! We encourage responsible driving, and we understand that pregnant people still like to have fun. Non-drinker/ DD tickets include food, water and snacks on the bus, behind the scenes tours, and non-alcoholic beverages available at our stops.
Our public tours are confirmed in advance with a designated pick-up time and location. Details are listed on each tour page, and all the important info will be emailed to you. Our private tours are completely customized, so you choose the pick-up location.
In order to ensure that you get home as safely as possible, TTT asks that customers schedule a ride through Uber or LYFT, and we also offer to call cabs ahead of time so that your safe transportation will be there waiting for you upon our return.
However you decide get home, PLEASE DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE.
Any questions, give us a call or ask one of our tour guides to call a taxi for you — we’ll do whatever it takes to help you get home safely!
Unfortunately, we do not yet have transportation that is wheelchair accessible. The bus has 3 steps to enter and has a handrail. Most of the locations we visit have entrances and restrooms that are wheelchair accessible. Breweries and distilleries are active work zones, so there is often equipment laying around, and floors are often wet and can be slippery.
If you have further questions or want to discuss a way that you or someone you know can be part of a tour, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-294-8555. We’ll do our best to make necessary arrangements.
Nope. Sorry, our tours are for big kids only. 21 years-old and over please!
Need a reason? Our bus is pretty confined and has no seat belts, and it’s in motion for a portion of the tour. Mix that with guests that are having a good time and consuming a good amount of alcohol, and it creates a pretty risky environment for the little ones.
Cancelling a Public Tour: You can cancel by emailing email@example.com or calling 919-294-8555. If canceling prior to 48 hours before your event, you will receive a full refund. If canceling less than 48 hours before your event, you will receive a credit.
Will my tour be cancelled? TTT reserves the right to cancel any public event if a minimum amount of 4 people is not reached. If any public event needs to be cancelled, all ticket holders will be notified via email at least 24 hours in advance with the option to receive a credit or full refund.
Cancelling a Private Tour: You can cancel by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 919-294-8555.
- If tours are cancelled 30-days or more from the tour date, TTT will provide a full tour credit to customers.
- Cancellations less than 30 days from the tour date will not receive a credit.
- All deposits are nonrefundable.
- TTT can usually accommodate changes in guest count with a full two week’s notice. Please note: Groups of 15 or more require a larger bus, resulting in additional cost.
- Although changes are rare, all brewery stops, restaurants, and other inclusions are subject to availability and pricing changes.