TAP INTO A GREAT TIME
Hop onboard for this unique beer scene experience! Enjoy refreshing craft beers and lively tunes while drinking in the views of the scenic Yolo countryside. This excursion proves to be a great way to celebrate or simply sip stress away.
To book your tickets online, please visit the
Beer Train calendar.
Adult (21+) – $74
Designated Driver (21+) – $39
Dog - $10
For inquiries or booking assistance, please contact the reservation team at 1-800-866-1690.
For all other excursions, please explore the Events Calendar.
Each Adult ticket includes a 2 hour train ride, 8 tasting tickets to redeem onboard, and a souvenir tasting glass.
Each Designated Driver's ticket includes a 2 hour train ride and complimentary non-alcoholic beverages.
Please Note: Designated drivers are not permitted to purchase or consume alcohol onboard.
The Old Vine Express is an exclusively 21+ event. All guests must present an age-verifying valid photo ID to ride.
Aboard the train, passengers will have their choice of indoor dining, lounge, or club-style cars or outdoor, patio-style seating.
Self-seating occurs on a first come, first served basis.
Boarding will start 30 minutes prior to the departure time.
18095 County Road 117
West Sacramento, CA 95691
This boarding location can be found just off of Old River Road.
IS THE WINE TRAIN KID FRIENDLY?
No, young train enthusiasts will have to search the calendar for a family-friendly excursion.
CAN I BRING MY DOG ON THE TRAIN?
Yes! Check out the calendar for select dates with dog tickets available.
“Wow! What an amazing experience! The Beer Train was so much fun. Our group had a great time, drinking and dancing the night away to Dj Chaz! Highly recommend the beer train! We will definitely be doing it again!”
“This is such a fun and unique experience and the staff is so amazing and hardworking to make sure their guests have a great time! Would recommend it over and over!”
“We went on the Magical Christmas Train and it was the best holiday train we have tried. It was worth the drive from the Bay Area and we will return next year.”