FORT COLLINS BREW CRUISE
Fort Collins, CO
Adventure Starts at $50 per person (Monday - Wednesday) & $65 (Thursday - Sunday)
Are you interested in simply cruising between breweries by bicycle? Our Brew Cruise is perfect for you. This is our most popular, mellowest and most easy going adventure. This adventure includes stops at three local breweries from the seat of your cruiser style bicycle complete with basket to carry home a growler of beer, brewery shirts and other goodies you pick up along the way. This is a cool and calm adventure for the beer lover who wants to see Fort Collins the way the locals do, from the seat of a bike. A family version of this tour is available as well for families traveling with children too young to enjoy a pint of beer.
Your adventure begins at the Odell Brewing Company. We will then ride between three breweries of your choice while learning about the history of Fort Collins, our craft brewing and cycling culture. The tours are approximately 4 hours long and involve about 3-6 miles of riding. You will have the opportunity to sample beers at each brewery.
Choose from one of our preset routes or create your own, each tour is a little different and we cater directly to your tastes and wishes.
Classic Cruise: New Belgium, Odell Brewing and Snowbank Brewery
Avenue of Brew: Pick three of Odell Brewing, Horse & Dragon, Snowbank and Funkwerks
Corridor of Craft: Purpose, Maxline, Gilded Goat, Purpose Brewing and Zwei Brüder
Old Town Adventures: Equinox, Coopersmith's and Odells
Spring Creek cruise: Jessup Farm Barrel House, Rally King and Maxline.
We can always add a brewery if it is not on your chosen tour. The goal is to sample beer and have a good time.
If you do not see a tour available when you want to go give us a call, 970-201-1085, we may still have availability when the website says we are full.
A wonderful cruiser bike.
Helmet, water bottle and lock.
Local guide to lead you on your adventure and to answer any questions you may have.
Tours of the breweries when available.
Beer at the breweries. All day tours are pay as you go.
This keeps it simple and allows you to try beers at your own pace.
Must be able to ride a bicycle.
Must be 21 years old to drink beer.