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Tour de Brewery's main goal is to provide a unique look into some of the neighborhoods and breweries in Houston. Tours are meant for 2 to 10 people of all cycling levels.

**Please note that if the minimum is not met, we will do out best to reschedule your tour.**

No bike? No problem!

We've got some of the most comfortable bikes you've ever been on and the 7-speed options will make sure you don't have to work too hard as you enjoy the sights, sounds, and suds of Houston. 

Each route will visit 3 breweries, where beer will be provided, and will stop to explore some of the neighborhood's other unique offerings. All of our routes are easy to moderate in difficulty, because, let's face it...Houston is flat.

Check out our Buffalo Bayou tour at the bottom of the page for something without beers.

Don't see what you're looking for? Drop us a line and we'll come up with a custom tour just for you!

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suds and stadiums

BVBA Compass Stadium and downtown.

BVBA Compass Stadium and downtown.

Starting just north of downtown, get a panoramic view of the city. Visit amazing murals, see historic East End landmarks, and you might meet one of the world famous, Doomsday Wrestlers. Includes Saint Arnold's, the oldest craft brewery in Texas, Sigma, and 8th Wonder. If you love sporting events and stadiums, this is the tour for you.

Another flat ride, this easy route also contains some of the more unique spots in Houston.

Start and end location: Saint Arnold Brewing Company*, 2000 Lyons Ave, Houston, TX 77020

 

Quick and Dirty Details:

  • 3 Breweries

  • Beers at each brewery

  • Bikes and helmets are provided

  • 7 miles of roads

  • 3 - 4 hours

  • $69 per person

Monday 6 PM
Tuesday
Wednesday6 PM
Thursday2 PM & 6 PM
Friday2 PM & 6 PM
Saturday12 PM & 6 PM
Sunday12 PM

Historic Heights

hops and history

Art Alley at Sawyer Yards

Art Alley at Sawyer Yards

Right in the heart of the city, this tour provides a plethora of sights both old and new. Sights include beautiful greens spaces, historic neighborhoods, and the revitalized Sawyer Yards. Includes Platypus, Town in City/Houston Cider Company and Holler Brewery.

This mostly-flat ride is a moderate difficulty with some small hills and bridges.

Start and end location. : Platypus Brewing Company, 1902 Washington Ave suite E, Houston, TX 77007

 

Quick and Dirty Details:

  • 3 Breweries/1 Cidery

  • Beers at each brewery

  • Bikes and helmets are provided

  • 10 miles of flat roads and trails

  • 3 - 4 hours

  • $69 per person

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday6 PM
Friday6 PM
Saturday1 PM & 6 PM
Sunday1 PM

Museums and Montrose

Arts and ales

Broken Obelisk and Rothko Chapel

Broken Obelisk and Rothko Chapel

This tour takes riders into the heart of the Museum District and then through the fabulous Montrose neighborhoods. This is the Home to the Houston MFA, The Glassell School of Art, and the brand new Houston Cloud Column. Find breweries in places you wouldn't expect. Breweries include Under the Radar, Baileson and Houston's only true brewpub, The Phoenix on Westheimer.

This flat ride through beautiful tree lined streets will have you in awe the whole way. This tour is guaranteed to be at least 10 degrees cooler than the rest of Houston.

Start and end location: Under the Radar Brewery, 1506 Truxillo St, Houston, TX 77004

 

Quick and Dirty Details:

  • 2 Breweries

  • 1 Brewpub

  • Beers at each brewery

  • Bikes and helmets are provided

  • 8.5 miles of shaded roads

  • 3 - 4 hours

  • $69 per person

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday6 PM
Saturday10 AM, 2PM & 6PM
Sunday12 PM & 4 PM

Buffalo Bayou and Historic Downtown

History without the DRUNK

Downtown from Eleanor Tinsley Park

Downtown from Eleanor Tinsley Park

This tour will take you along one of Houston’s biggest green spaces before heading into Downtown to explore Houston’s roots. Explore the Buffalo Bayou and it’s updated trail system. Learn about how and why Houston got started. See some of Houston’s oldest bars and buildings. This tour does NOT include any stops for beers but we will share some of our favorite places to go after a tour.

This is an easy ride along the bayou and into the city streets of beautiful Downtown Houston!

Start and End Location: Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern, 105 Sabine St, Houston, TX 77007

Everyday at 11am or call to ask about custom start times.

 

Quick and dirty details:

  • NO BEER

  • Bikes and Helmets are provided

  • About 2 hours

  • 7.5 miles of trails and city streets

  • $50 per person

Monday 11 AM
Tuesday11 AM
Wednesday11 AM
Thursday11 AM
Friday11 AM
Saturday11 AM
Sunday11 AM
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