Jack London Square


During this guided walking beer tour we'll say cheers to the newly founded Jack London Brewing District, the historic warehouse district and the heritage of Jack London Square.


Visit two local craft beer establishments that provide a true taste of the neighborhood. All of your beer tastings are included! Enjoy a variety of beer styles and munch on your included pretzel necklace. Take a behind-the-scenes brewery tour and learn how beer is made.  It's the perfect day for anyone who loves craft beer and hanging out on the waterfront!

Coming from SF?  Hop on the ferry to JLS in Oakland!


In front of the Visit Oakland Visitors Center at 481 Water Street, Oakland, CA 94607.


This tour requires guests to wear closed-toe shoes.  Water is provided at the brewery, otherwise feel free to bring water with you.  Snacks are not provided but there are plenty of places to get a meal prior or post the walking tour.

$59 / person

3 Hours | Easy, 5 mile


Uptown Beer Walk 

Visit Breweries and Beer Bars in the
Uptown District of Oakland

Uptown has been touted as the arts and entertainment district and is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Oakland.  It also happens to have great beer!


On this unique walking tour experience, you will enjoy a pint in a hidden beer garden, walk through Oakland's art park, have a beer flight in the Bay Area's only on premise brewery, see the architecturally stunning Paramount and Fox theaters and taste beer brewed with Yerba Mate.  Listen to tales about ales and discover all the greatness Uptown has to offer.


In front of the fountain at Latham Square Plaza in the Uptown District in Oakland.  Next to the Cathedral Building at 1615 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612.

$69 / person

3 Hours | Easy, .5 mile


Golden West Tour

Visit Breweries in Oakland and Berkeley

Oakland was at one time one of the largest beer brewing cities in the country until Prohibition ended the city’s golden glow.  But thanks to several microbrewers it is buzzing again. For the last few years Oakland and Berkeley have emerged as a craft beer goldmine and the location of some of the best microbreweries, brewpubs and beer bars in the Golden State.  

This tour showcases classic beer styles, hidden gems in the local craft beer scene and good times to be had by all.


In front of the fountain at Latham Square Plaza in the Uptown District in Oakland.  Next to the Cathedral Building at 1615 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612.

$110 / person

Approx.5 Hours 


Minimum of 6 guests


Blue Collar Tour

Visit Alameda and San Leandro Breweries

No hard hats required for this tour, but be ready for strong and well-constructed beer flavors. These brewers are brave and hard at work producing some of the most popular craft beers in the country.  Keep it casual with a refreshing Hell or High Watermelon or experience the intensity of a Hopacalypse.  Honestly, there are seemingly infinite options for every kind of palette.  Now is your time to sit back, relax, and enjoy.

This tour showcases some of the Bay Area's larger breweries with awesome West Coast style IPA's as well as some delicious barrel-aged beers.


In front of the fountain at Latham Square Plaza in the Uptown District in Oakland.  Next to the Cathedral Building at 1615 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612.

$110 / person

Approx. 5 Hours 


Minimum of 6 guests


The Experience:

  • Your friendly guide will greet you at your designated meeting location prior to ​visiting local breweries where you will enjoy delicious craft beer flights.  This gives you the best opportunity to taste a variety of beer styles.  Try some amazing pale ales, IPA's, stouts, sours and barrel aged beers!  The best part is your guide will happily help you make your beer picks and bring them to you!  

  • Go behind the scenes and learn how beer is made and about the quality ingredients that make it taste so good!  Have more beer questions like whats a NEIPA or a BBA?  Your guide is a certified Cicerone and ready to share beer knowledge with you.

  • Hungry?  Grab a bite at one of the local food trucks.  Enjoy anything from brats to nachos.  All go great with a craft beer!

  • Don't forget to take plenty of pictures and play some games!  This beer experience is one to not be forgotten.  

  • Want to show your appreciation to the brewery staff...don't worry, all gratuity for your beer-tenders is included!

  • At the conclusion of your beer experience, you will be guided back to the location where you met (but much happier).  If interested, your guide can suggest other fun places in the area to visit. 

What You Should Know:
For tour schedules and availability, you may click the "Book It" button on each tour description above or visit the Tour Calendar for an overall view of availability.  Tours days and times vary.
Walking tours: maximum capacity for 10 - 12 guests
All participants must be at least 21 years old.
It is mandatory in all breweries that guests wear closed toe shoes.  Please do not wear sandals or high heel shoes.  Dress comfortably.
Walking tours: operate in light rain and sunshine.  If weather is not permitting, you will receive a full refund or choose to reschedule.

Your guide will make final decisions on breweries visited based on weather conditions, distance and brewery hours of operation.  A brewery facility tour may not be available if the brewery is in full production.

Price does not include gratuity for your beer guide.  A standard gratuity of 10% may be given at your own discretion.

Free cancellation up to 7 days before your reserved brewery tour.

In most cases, all tours require at least four passengers to operate. Individual reservations are welcomed, but the tour may need to be canceled if there are not at least three other registered guests. If we do not meet the minimum required group size, you will be notified at least 48 hours in advance and you may receive a full refund or choose to reschedule.

Whole Brew World does not condone drinking and driving.  Please use public transportation or ride share to your meeting location.  Most pickup and drop off points are purposefully located near a Bart, ferry and/or bus station.  If you insist on driving, please be aware of parking signs for rates, hours of operation and meter times.