Evening Food Private Tour With Brewery Taproom Hopping At Slow Boat In Beijing

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    5:30 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We will pick you up in the lobby of your hotel if your hotel is within the 4th ring road of Beijing city, if your hotel is out of the 4th ring road, you can travel to cit.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


A Beijing local food tour plus a western-style brewery bar hop? What an interesting combination! This fun evening tour will allow you to taste over 20 different types of local street food, and then head to Slow Boat Brewery Taproom, the most famous brewery bar in town where you can enjoy aromatic craft beer on tap and meet new friends. During this private 3-hour evening tour, you will also visit some local sites along the way, such as Longfusi street, Beijing Hutongs and more. Put on your walking shoes and get your fantastic night started!


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Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city

Dinner included

Snacks and Beverages included

See the sights illuminated at night

Private guide for a more personalized experience

Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

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Meet your tour guide in your Beijing City center hotel lobby at 6:00pm, and go directly to the historic Beijing neighborhood of hutong to start your wonderful evening!

Some local food tour highlights:
  • Barbecue Kabobs: many different selections such as beef, lamb, chicken heart, veggie, and a lot more
  • Stinky tofu: only if you are an eating adventurer
  • Ma La Tang: a type of Chinese hot pot that is especially popular in the Sichuan province of China. Skewers of vegetables and meat are scorched in boiling soup), and you can choose between 5-8 different food items based on your preferences. After your food is cooked in the soup, it's time to have a bottle of beer or soft drink to enjoy the moment
  • Guilin MiFen (rice noodles): Made using pork bone stock with rice noodles with greenery and peanuts. This is very popular to locals.
  • Huguosi street food/snacks: Although the Huguosi Temple no longer exists, the street near the temple area later became a famous food street where you can find various local Beijing snacks. You will have a set menu with 12 different types of snacks, including the famous Douzhi, a drink similar to soy milk but it's made from mung; Jiaoquan, it looks like an onion ring but has nothing to do with an onion; and some preserved vegetables.

After filling your stomach, you will visit the Slow Boat Brewery Taproom to meet the locals and enjoy a glass of beer. You will find this brewery bar offers the largest selections of craft beer in Beijing, and the beer is always fresh and unpasteurized. No preservatives, no chemicals, just great beer proudly brewed in Beijing.

After your tour is finished, you will be transferred back to your hotel. If you wish to spend more time at the Slow Boat Brewery Taproom, your guide will see you off there.


Local guide

Food tour

One glass of beer at Slow Boat Brewery Taproom

Hotel pickup (Beijing City hotels within the 3rd ring road)

Private tour

Transportation fee from your Beijing City Hotel to Hutong Food tour,and to Slow Boat

Entry/Admission - Slow Boat Brewery Taproom



Additional drinks and food at Slow Boat Brewery Taproom

Hotel drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Age under 4 is free to join

Minimum drinking age is 18 years

Please wear comfortable shoes

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Traveler Reviews

  • 23-Apr-2017

    What a terrific tour! Qing was fantastic, extremely enthusiastic, laughing and joking throughout and answering so many random questions. She seemed genuinely thrilled to watch us react to various dishes. She was very good at tailoring the tour to our specific interests, . We are pretty adventurous foodies so she took us to local places and made sure we tried stinky tofu, fermented soybeans, intestines, and other unusual dishes. We still also had plenty of familiar delicacies like noodles and grilled lamb, so don't worry if you want more standard stuff! She said that when she gets groups that are new to Chinese food she is more than happy to feed them dumplings all night : The final stop at Slow Boat was a blast. It is one of the premier microbreweries in Beijing and if you are looking for a change from the Chinese-style lagers, this is the place to go.