1. How much does the tour cost?
Tickets cost $60 to $80 depending on what day and time you are booking for.
2. How long is the tour?
Journeys through the distillery, lab, and surrounding terrain typically take 2 hours.
3. What is included in the ticket price?
Tickets include 4 drinks over 2 hours accompanied by with a world class immersive experience that defies categorization (something akin to bar hoping in a dreamscape).
4. Where is Lost Spirits Located?
Lost Spirits is located in the AREA15 entertainment district, just across the freeway from the
Las Vegas Strip. If you are staying on the strip, it is about a 5 minute drive. Walking is ill advised but not impossible.
5. Do you offer discounts for designated drivers?
Unfortunately, we don't offer discounts to guests who don't partake. That being said, we have customers who regularly come through and don't drink.
6. May I use my camera on the tour and are there any spots off limits?
You may use your camera, but please, refrain from using your flash when photographing. Pictures are allowed anywhere on the tour except in the laboratory.
7. May I bring my kids?
8. Is there a dress code?
There is no dress code, however, due to the rough terrain, flat shoes are recommended.
9. Is there parking?
Parking is available in the AREA15 entertainment district. However, because of the alcohol consumption involved during your experience we STRONGLY advise you to use a taxi or ride share service. The majority of our customers use Uber/Lyft.
10. Do you serve food?
Yes, starting in October, we will offer a $240 dining option which includes a 12 course tasting menu at 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Chef Taylor Persh located inside the submarine. The $240 is all inclusive.
11. Are there additional drinks for sale?
Yes. There are hidden tasting rooms along the journey with very special things to pour for an extra charge. These rooms are often full. There is not much we can do about that. We are adding more.
12. Are the spirits tastings gluten free?
13. Are the spirits tastings Kosher?
It depends who you ask. By most standards, yes. However, the equipment itself has not undergone kosherization and the fermentation barrels as well as some oak used to age the spirits did previously contain or come into contact with non-kosher wine. Most Rabbis negotiate these minor transgressions in the context of fine spirits production.
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