Get ready Vancouverites, a new activity is coming to fulfill all your boozy fantasies! This new, fun and completely safe biking tour incorporates you, 14 friends, and some seriously yummy bevies. This 15-person bike ride will take you and your friends around Vancouver while you sip on our favourite craft beer and take in all the sights. If this doesn’t sound amazing, I don’t know what will!
Canadian Craft Tours is a company consisting of craft beer enthusiasts and wine fanatics. In order to introduce Canada to their world of “libation tourism,” Canadian Craft Tours was born.
This tour will have you and a bunch of friends hop on a 15 passenger bike and it's utterly adorable. Shaped like a table, you and your friends will face each other while you pedal and sip.
While on the bike you will be guided through the city, making sure to stop at three breweries along the way. At the breweries, you will be able to eat some tapas style food, drink the local beer, and learn about the ins and outs of craft beer making.
Each tour will be about two hours in length and will cost you $45. This is an insanely good deal, considering you don’t have to drive anywhere yourself and no one has to be designated driver!
The tour will start at 12:00 PM at the Tap & Barrel in North Vancouver. Here you will go over some housekeeping and safety rules for bike use. Make sure you are there on time as the bike leaves at 12:15 PM sharp!
Next, you and your crew will head to Lonsdale Quay. This is where the fun begins as you will hit up some of the most unique breweries along Lower Lonsdale.
During the tour, you can eat, drink, and laugh away the day. Don’t forget to bring a growler, you can fill it up along your travels.
Good news is that this epic tour isn’t just limited to Vancouver. If you find yourself in Victoria, Kelowna, Edmonton, or Calgary with nothing to do, be sure to hit up Canadian Craft Tours.
This perfect summer afternoon activity will be launching in Vancouver in April. So start planning! To book your adventure, visit the Canadian Craft Tours website.