Thirsty? Wichita is home to 10 breweries, two wineries, a vineyard and a distillery - all of which make for the perfect tasting experience for those who call themselves connoisseurs. All of the breweries participate in Wichita's Wicked Brew Tour, which has been wildly popular with locals as well as visitors to Wichita. You can participate on your own or schedule a Brew Wagon Tour to knock out three at a time.
Search for a new flavor or find an old favorite at one of our 10 breweries:
Grace Hill Winery uses grapes grown on its 10-acre vineyard, located about 25 minutes northeast of Wichita, to make both dry and sweet wines, red, white and rose'.
Prairie Hill Vineyard is a 20-acre vineyard west of Wichita offering country elegance and a romantic feel for your event or meeting. The vineyard does not house its own winery, but sends much of its harvest to Grace Hill Winery.
Wyldewood Cellars is known for its elderberry wine, made from wild elderberries growing on the family's farm. This family owned vineyard and winery is located south of Wichita, just west of Exit 33-Mulvane on I-35.
Wheat State Distilling, Wichita’s first legal distillery since prohibition, opened in December 2013 using local quality grains to produce premium spirits including vodka, gin, whiskey, bourbon and rum.