Grand Rapids Distillery Tour

Try Delicious Michigan Spirits

Learn About the Regional Ingredients

Top 5 Area in US for Distilleries

Try Some of Michigan's Award-Winning Spirits

With Michigan being the first state in the US to end Prohibition in 1933, our affinity with distilling is not a new thing! Today, West Michigan is among the top 5 areas in the country for local distilleries. Even better, the community spirit here means lots of barrels are shared amongst local breweries and wineries to create tastings unlike any other.


Sample Michigan gins, bourbons, and vodkas.

Enjoy spirit tastings in three different venues.

Learn how Michigan’s local ingredients influence the flavors you taste in your glass.

Grasp the ins and outs of spirit tasting with guidance from distillery staff.

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Experience Details

The Details


Adult (21+): $125

Departure Time

Please inquire upon booking

Meeting Point

Please inquire upon booking


Mon-Sun, year-round


4 hours

Group Size

Min. 4 – max. 20 people


  • 1 professional tour guide
  • Cost of planned tastings
  • Taxes & tip for venue staff

Not Included

  • Additional tastings
  • Food

What to Bring

  • Legal proof of age
  • Walking shoes
  • Dress for the weather (we will walk between distilleries)

Participation Requirements

About Your Guide

Certified tourism ambassador guide

What You'll Do & See

On this walking tour, you will enjoy some of the unique Michigan distilleries. Your group can sample the original spirits made from Michigan-grown grains and flavorful fruits. Learn how the clean water from Lake Michigan plays a role in producing these high-quality liquors and affects the flavors on your palate.

From award-winning gin and vodka to some of the finest whiskey in the state, your taste buds will come alive! We will walk between our three venues and enjoy the sights of the city as we go. 

Glasses of spirit.

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