Visitors FAQs

  1. What is the best time to visit?
    We recommend you visit the Taybeh Brewery during the morning hours, but guests are welcomed at any time before 2:30 pm.
  2. Are you open on Sundays?
    The Taybeh Brewery is officially closed for business on Sundays but brewery tours may be possible in the afternoon hours by appointment only if you have no other alternatives.
  3. Are you open on Fridays?
    Yes. We are open on Fridays. However, public taxi or bus service may be limited on Fridays.
  4. What are the brewery hours?
    The Taybeh Brewing Company is open for business Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
  5. How long does it take to have a Taybeh Brewery tour?
    On the average, most visitors can see the Taybeh Beer process in less than thirty minutes, depending on their questions and interest. Visitors can follow their own pace and are welcomed to stay on site and enjoy a Taybeh Beer!
  6. Do you offer beer samples?
    Yes! We invite you to enjoy a complimentary sample of Taybeh Beer.
  7. Do you have any non-alcoholic beverage options? 
    Yes, we offer Taybeh non-alcoholic as well as bottled and tap water.
  8. Is smoking allowed?
    Smoking is not allowed inside the Taybeh Brewing Company facilities. Smoking is permitted outside the facilities in a designated smoking area.
  9. Are cameras allowed?
    Yes. We welcome all of our visitors to take pictures and tell others about Taybeh Beer!
  10. Can I buy cases of beer directly from you? 
    Cases of beer can be purchased on-site at whole sale prices. There are 24 bottles in each case. Our core beer, Taybeh Golden, is generally available. Due to production schedules, please be aware that we cannot guarantee the availability of any particular beer.
  11. Will I be able to get a souvenir?
    We do have a variety of Taybeh merchandise available for sale at the gift desk including Taybeh beer glasses, steins, t-shirts, hats, stickers, posters and more. Taybeh by the bottle or case (24 bottles) is available at wholesale prices.
    Local Taybeh products are also sold: olive oil, wine, honey, soap, Maftoul (couscous), Zaatar (thyme) and Freekeh.
    Available for sale is the DVD on Taybeh Brewing Company, Taste the Revolution.