Small-Group Craft Brews And Bike Tour In San Francisco

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    2:00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    719 Commercial St, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA
  • 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.

Overview

Combine wonderful scenery with local Craft Beer culture on this bike tour through San Franciscos hippest neighborhoods on San Franciscos Original Craft Brewery Bicycle Tour! Enjoy a fun, leisurely bike ride through San Franciscos diverse, vibrant neighborhoods to get an intimate feel for the city. Stop at three popular local breweries or bars to relax and try some great craft beer (first beer included). As you pass through SoMa, SF's Arts District, and the trendy Mission District, learn about San Franciscos good ole times and current historical climate from your knowledgeable guide.

Highlights

  • Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
  • Editor's Pick
  • Free drinks included

Know More about this tour

Meet at our office in the heart of Chinatown to begin your small-group bike tour. As you cycle through SoMa, SFs Arts District, and the trendy Mission district, your knowledgeable guide will teach you about San Franciscos history and culture and highlight the unique characteristics of each neighborhood.

Youll make stops at three popular breweries, pubs, bars or beer halls to try different beers. You may visit 21st Amendment, Local Brewing Co, Thirsty Bear Brewing, Southern Pacific Brewing Company, Zeitgeist, Toronado or Magnolia Brew Pub, all great spots to sit back, relax and enjoy crafted brews while mingling with San francisco locals.

The first beer is included, and there will be opportunities to purchase food and more beer at the other stops. Finish your tour with a loop through Union Squares bustling activity and back to Chinatown to discuss your evening adventures.

Inclusions

Bike and helmet rental

Small-group bike tour

One pint of beer

Exclusions

Beer at 2nd and 3rd brewery stops

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Food

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Please wear closed-toed shoes for biking and layers, as San Francisco's climate changes frequently

Traveler Reviews

  • 12-Jul-2018

    My parents, boyfriend and I all embarked on this journey and it was so much fun! The breweries were great local spots and cruising around the city on bicycles gave us a different perspective. I was a little nervous because of the hills, but the route was generally flat and was very bike friendly. Our host was very knowledgeable as well and we learned a lot of fascinating tid-bits about S.F.'s early days. We had a terrific time and would absolutely recommend for anyone who likes beers, bikes and city walks! Cheers!

  • 23-Feb-2018

    This tour was amazing. The greatest tour I've ever taken. It was SF beer week which made it even more enjoyable! Highly recommend!

  • 09-Apr-2017

    Great way to experience San Francisco, and some of the best breweries in the city. Our tour guide, Danny, was knowledable, interesting, and kept our group moving throughout the streets safely. If you and #39;re looking for a memorable way to see San Francisco, this is highly reccomended.

  • 23-Aug-2016

    Great way to see San Francisco and experience some of the local craft beers. San Francisco is bike friendly with bike lanes throughout the city. Our guide Hunter was great, safety and having fun definitely a priority.

  • 27-Oct-2015

    Overall, fun trip/tour. But, while you get to see the city, you don't just go to local breweries. One was just a local bar and you could smoke there, so it was very sickening to me. The riding was super slow. I respect traffic laws, but it was too slow. Then we were an hour late returning, which caused problems for my evening travel.

  • 15-Sep-2015

    Fun experience. Had beers with our new tour friends. We didn't want it to end. Christina was great.

  • 03-Aug-2015

    The guides were so nice. The bikes were great. We met great people and saw parts of San Francisco that we wouldn't have seen otherwise.

  • 16-Jul-2015

    Venecia was an amazing guide. She gave us a rundown of each of the areas we were riding through and offered great recommendations to places to hit up. The tour was easy to do and super fun. The three places we hit were Local Brewing Co.,Cervecería de MateVeza and 21st amendment. Each one had a fantastic selection of brews and the empanadas at MateVeza were killer. Would highly recommend to anyone.

  • 16-Dec-2014

    This was an awesome tour with even better guides!! I am a native San Franciscan and I've always been so scared to ride a bike through San Francisco, but Ari and Gabe made me feel very safe. I couldn't believe myself riding down Market street, not at all nervous. We made a couple stops, learning about the neighborhoods and cool architecture throughout the city. I had no idea Mission Dolores was the oldest building in San Francisco! Besides the informative bike tour around the city, we stopped at really cool breweries that were surprisingly new to me - my favorite was Cervecería de MateVeza, a really small microbrewery in between Dolores Park and the Castro. They had a delicious variety of house brewed beers and savory empanadas. I was in heaven! If you have the chance, DO go on this tour!!

  • 10-Dec-2014

    Such a fun outing! I'm local, but I have never biked in San Francisco and this was a great way to do it. Ari and Gabe, our guides, did a great job navigating us along busy streets and made me feel safe about biking in busier areas like SoMa and the Mission. We started at 21st Amendment and they treated us to beer there, and then we traveled along a flat route to the Mission. Between stops, we got to check out all the incredible murals in Clarion Alley, and I even learned some fun facts that I didn't already know about the Mission Dolores and Dolores Park. My favorite stop was at a bar on the edge of Dolores Park, technically in the Castro, where I had an amazing locally made empanada and Yerba Mate–infused IPA. So good! I definitely recommend this tour for adventurous beer lovers who feel comfortable riding city streets.