Cycling Cicerone

Brew Trails

 
 

1. Ride Bikes

2. Drink Beers

3. Get Swag

It's as easy as that. See if you favorite brewery is on a brew trail and visit the brewery to pick up a punch card. Get it stamped twice at each location by buying a pint or filling a growler, and when you have filled out the whole thing, visit any of the breweries to pick up your prize! 

 

Ship Canal

 
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This medium length, beautiful trail takes you to six breweries in Magnolia, Westlake, and Belltown neighborhoods of Seattle. It gives you a complete tour of several iconic districts of Seattle. Ride clockwise from any brewery to take advantage of the one way roads properly, though that really only matters when riding around Old Stove on Western Ave where the one way bike lane is mildly more convenient than going up a block.

Visit each of these breweries to get a stamp by buying a pint or growler fill. No more than one stamp per day at each place. 

  • Figurehead Brewing - 4001 21st Ave W b, Seattle WA 98199
  • Rooftop Brewing Company - 1220 W Nickerson St, Seattle, WA 98119
  • Urban Family Brewing Co - 4441 26th Ave W, Seattle WA 98199
  • Mollusk/ Dexter Brewhouse 803 Dexter Ave N, Seattle WA 98109
  • Old Stove - 1901 Western Ave suite A Seattle, 98119
  • Belltown Brewing - 200 Bell Street, Seattle, WA 98121

Complete the card and get a t-shirt! 

Please be safe! Drink and ride responsibly. Stay on bike paths, respect fellow riders and pedestrians, and moderate your drinking! I find that a pretty safe maximum number of breweries is 4. That is, 4 beers over the course of 4 hours or more. Take you time. be safe, and don't blame me. 

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