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Craft beverages at the Troubled Monk brewery.
We're exploring Red Deer's growing craft beverage industry on this tour. It's a full day adventure that'll be taking us from coffee roasting to the brewing of craft beers, sodas and kombutcha before wrapping up with extraordinary cocktails.
- Get first hand experience with some of Red Deer's best tours and activities.
- Find new things to do that you can recommend to your guests.
- Meet industry partners and find opportunities to collaborate.
- Get inspired to promote our destination.
Perfect for: Anyone interested in our local tourism industry. Participants must be 18+ years old.
- Departure: June 11, 2018
- Rate: $25 per person
- Difficulty: Easy
- Departure: Red Deer
1. Meeting Waters
Our first stop is right around the corner at Meeting Waters, a local roastery and coffee shop in Capstone where we'll get to learn about the roasting process and taste their coffee.
2. Wild Brewing Co.
Next up is the Kombrewery where we're learning the story behind kombucha and Wild Brewing Co.
You'll find them on tap throughout the province but stopping by gives you a chance to taste their seasonal features and find your new favourite flavour.
3. Troubled Monk
We're heading down the street for our next stop to visit Troubled Monk. We'll learn more about their sodas, beers and distillery. Don't worry, we'll get to sample their great products as well.
4. Craft Beer Nation
Next up is a store dedicated to craft beer, with over 600 craft beers from all over the world and a 16 taps growler station.
As you can imagine they're passionate about craft beverages and they'll be sharing that passion with us.
Craft Beer Nation
5. To The Lost
We're heading downtown for our last stop to explore the world of craft cocktails with the team at To The Lost.
To The Lost
6. Pursuit Adventures
Our goal is to inspire you to play outside, explore the places we love and experience the activities we’re passionate about. Whether it’s a winter sightseeing tour exploring the ice bubbles of Abraham Lake, heading out on a day hike away from the crowds or spending an evening snowshoeing under the stars, we’re here to help you find your adventure.
Where to Meet?
At Pursuit Adventures' Basecamp + Cafe in Capstone at Riverlands. Our address is #10 5579 47 Street and you'll find ample parking around the end of the building. Directions >
What to Bring?
Dress comfortably and ready to play. We'll be spending some time inside and some outside so dress for the weather.
- Proper footwear (walking/running/hiking shoes or boots)
- Appropriate clothing for the weather
- A windbreaker, shell and/or rain jacket
- A warm sweater (conditions can chance quickly)
- A water bottle
- A professional guide.
- All activities.
- Gourmet lunch.
- Guides carry emergency equipment, including first aid kits and cell phone or satellite communicators on all tours.
What's Not Included
- Appropriate clothes and footwear for the weather conditions.
- Water bottles, camera and backpack.
What's for Lunch?
Lunch for this adventure includes the choice of a veggie (hummus, lettuce, tomato, cucumber and green pepper on a Montreal style bagel), Angus beef sandwich (roast beef, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato and green pepper with BBQ sauce on a Montreal style bagel) or honey maple turkey sandwich (honey maple turkey, Boursin cheese, lettuce, tomato, cucumber with deli mustard on a Montreal style bagel), juice box, veggies and hummus, fruits and dessert.
Can special diets be accommodated?
Please make sure to mention any dietary requirements when you book your adventure and we will try to accommodate whenever possible.
Terms and Conditions
This tour requires bookings to be made at least 2 days prior to departure. Please contact us at (403) 986-6190 for a last minute booking.
All bookings are non-refundable but we will offer you a credit for a future adventure if you cancel a minimum of 72 hours prior to departure.
Waivers are required for all participants.You can review the waiver here.
Select your upcoming Showcase Adventure to reserve your spot.
A Few More Things To Know
We get to play outside on our tours and that means you’ll want to come prepared for the weather. Make sure to dress in layers and come prepared for the unpredictable weather we often get in Alberta. We rarely cancel tours due to weather, as long as we can have a safe adventure. You’ll be amazed at how warm we get snowshoeing at -20C or how much fun hiking in the rain can be!
Need help with your booking or have a few more questions? Stop by our Basecamp + Cafe or give us a call at 403 986-6190.
Share This Adventure With Your Guests
This adventure is available for your guests. They can find out more about our winter tours and book directly at pursuitadventures.ca.
We offer net rates on this adventure for our partners in Central Alberta through the our Explore Central Alberta brand. Find out more about how we can work together at explorecentralalberta.ca/working-together.
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