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Austin's Gem Bike Tour

  • Check out Austin's landmarks and beer scene
  • Fun city tour, great for first-time visitors
  • Hear insightful commentary from the guide
Austin's Gem Bike Tour
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Discover the highlights of Austin along with several local breweries during this half-day beer tasting and bike tour. Pedal past landmarks including the Texas State Cemetery and the Texas State Capitol, and stop for sudsy refreshments at three breweries. Your guide shares commentary about the city and breweries on a moderate level bike tour that is suitable for most people with biking experience. Bike gear and beers are included.
What to Expect
Plan to meet at one of the predetermined breweries at either 12pm or 5pm, depending on the departure time you've selected. The confirmation email will explain which brewery will be our first visit. If the entire party is staying at the same hotel, a complimentary shuttle service can be provided. If the guest chooses to meet at the brewery, then the guide will be waiting with individual bikes and helmets for each guest. After a quick beer and introductions, you will begin the ride to selected parts of the city. You'll cover as much of the city as possible; depending on the time allotted and the skill of the bike riders. However, throughout the bike ride we will stop intermittently at three different breweries where the beer will be provided free of charge!
Reviews (108)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Tour!!

We had the best time riding bike, learning about Austin and tasting fabulous beers! Our entire group was so much fun! Small world - there were people there from close to where I live. Thank you Tray (sp) for a great tour! Definitely recommend this...More

Thank Barb W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
The only bike tour you need

Our tour was exactly what we wanted. The ride itself was easy enough, the info we received while doing the tour was very interesting, and the beer portions we were given were sufficient. We started and ended at the same brewery, saw the capital building...More

Thank Mark H
Reviewed 26 September 2018
More Beer than Bike Tour

I like to bike and drink beer and have done bike tours in other cities and countries. This tour is a little light on sights, biking and information and definitely geared towards millennials. That said, Adam did a nice job with the tour. You will...More

Thank seven_done
BikeandBrewATX, General Manager at Bike and Brew ATX, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2018

We appreciate your recommendation and we're glad you enjoyed yourself! We like to think our tours are geared toward a wide demographic and can be enjoyed by all walks of life, though we do enjoy a nice cold one, as you learned :) We hope...More

Reviewed 8 August 2018
Great Exposure to Austin!

This tour is definitely a great way to start a trip in Austin! It takes to different breweries in different parts of Austin. Each brewery visited is unique from the next and offer little mementos to take along with you for souvenirs! Our tour guide...More

Thank Tatiana A
Reviewed 25 July 2018
Great adventure for Beer Enthusiasts

Had a great time on the Beer and Bike Tour! Adam was a wealth of knowledge both about the beers we sampled and about the city of Austin. The combination of biking and trying different beers was a definitely a highlight on my trip to...More

Thank Bolded_Traveler
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