This brewery still offers factory tours despite its growth in recent years. The hours very depending upon the season, but the price is the same. Only a buck. They used to have a coupon for a free tour, but I can't find it any more. Either way, if you are of drinking age, and want to try some beers, you can't lose. The tour took about 45 minutes, including our tastings. We were the only ones on the tour on a Sunday. The weekends means that the factory is not working, but for half of the tour, you can't see anything anyways since it all takes place in the vats. It's amazing how few people are needed to actually make large amounts of beer. If you have kids, or don't care about beer, you may not enjoy the tour, At the end, you do get several free samples in a 5 oz glass that it yours to keep. (The samples are only about 3 oz) I don't know how many samples one usually gets, but since we were the only ones on the tour, we just were taken to the bar and given a full sampler. It consisted of all 6 beers on tap. Well worth the one dollar it would cost.