It's no secret that downtown Memphis is world-famous for its mouth-watering barbecue and soulful live music. What most people don't know is there is a bustling craft brewery scene off the beaten Beale street path waiting to be explored.
Price includes: bike, helmet, tour guide, and tour of a brewery
Breweries include: Crosstown Brewing, High Cotton, and Ghost River
Tour will last about 3.5 hours and covers 9 miles of mostly flat terrain
*Beer NOT included but you can expect to spend $6-$8 per brewery including taxes and tips
What other guests have said about this tour
We had such an awesome time on the downtown Memphis bike tour. Will was a brilliant guide, patient and lots of fun. The brewery’s are awesome- especially the cross town brewery. Liz is so incredibly knowledgeable about the brewery and the tour is really cool. I would definitely recommend this tour to everyone and deserves more than 5 stars." - Stephanie
What an awesome combination; sightseeing on a bike and drinking fine ales from a selection of different breweries across the fine city of Memphis.
This was one of 4 bike tours we did across the US during our travels and it was by far the best. We got to see sights that we would not have otherwise seen, learn some history and fun facts about the city and even do a tour through a brewery to learn how to make beer.
To top all this of we met our hosts, Ana and Will and share a few beers with them. It was a great day and would highly recommend.
Just one point; if you are an overseas tourist like us, don't forget to bring your passport as you wont be served alcohol" - Michelle
The pace of the tour was enough to get my heart rate up while still being really fun and low-key. I met some new people and ended up with a new group of friends! Anna and Will supplied us with excellent bikes and helmets and made sure that we were safe at all times. They also brought bottled water and snacks. I had such a great time, and it doesn't matter your fitness level, this tour accommodates you and makes you feel cool. I'm so glad I went!" - Abbey