Throw in a mariachi band and a little Mexican folk dancing and it could be a wedding night.
Cost: 100 pesos (U.S.$7.90) and up.
Vodka: 45th Parallel Distillery, Wisconsin
About 50 miles east of Minneapolis, 45th Parallel is a small, family-owned distillery in New Richmond, Wis.
While their resources may be modest, they produce one hell of a vodka, ultra-clean and as neutral as Switzerland. It costs a mere $5 to take the distillery tour. Visitors observe the patient fermentation of mash and slow, small-batch distilling processes.
Then comes a sample of their best stuff in the tasting room. These Midwesterners also churn out a pretty solid bourbon.
Cider: Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm, Penhallow, England
Healey's makes a number of ciders, most notably the Cornish Rattler, a cloudy cider with a hefty bite, hence the name and snake on the bottle.
Visitors can explore the distillery, bottling facility, underground cellars and museum and learn about the process of making award-winning cider.
Or, they can take a tractor ride through apple orchards in the valley below, have lunch and a slew of ciders in the restaurant, even pet the farm animals. It's all kid-friendly.
Cost: £7.00 (U.S. $11).
Gin: New York Distilling Company, New York City
OK, this isn't much of a distillery tour. The New York Distilling Co. is small; tours are informal and don't last long.
The hook here is the distillery, located in the hip, converted-warehouse-heavy neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, attached to a fully functioning bar called The Shanty.
In this laid-back, exposed-brick haunt, the distillery's hulking steel and copper still are seen through a large window.
Cocktails are available, made with the distillery's two gins, the citrus Dorothy Parker and the strong (57 percent ABV) Perry's Tot. A distillery-produced rye is on its way.