Ride through the inner Eastside of Portland, where the hotbed of innovation has always been. On these tree-lined streets, you'll explore the past and the present of Portland's craft brewing culture.
Portland was a leader in the craft beer industry and boasts more breweries than any city; whatever beer you love (sour? Craft barrel-aging? Belgian? Wit? Imperial IPA? Fresh hops, dry hops, no hops?), there's certainly a brewery that made its name in that style around the area!
Your guide will introduce you to the city, weaving through the neighborhoods where breweries thrive and then doing a ride over the bridges into the city's center, along the river. You'll see where the city's first big breweries began, and the fountain that once almost flowed with beer straight from the west's oldest brewery.
The tour in total is about ten miles, with only small hills and lots of introduction to the city culture as a whole. You'll stop for a beer (not included) at the end so you can choose whether to keep riding afterward or stay for a few more with your friends.