Biking for Beers is back on the 28th July 2018!

The Beer Yeti fixed wheel bar opening review, west midlandsOur annual “Biking for Beers” – Brewery Bike Tour is back by popular demand. Lisa Jones (MyBikeAdventure.com) is working with BeerYeti.com and CycleBirmingham aiming to get people out on their bikes and enjoy good beer for Birmingham Beer Week 2018 while raising money for this years charity, Mind.

A picture from the beer yeti pairing food and beer review, consultancy for Gorilla Coffee Cafe, Kings Heath

Bike tour is as follows;

Meeting point – 11.30am, Gorilla Coffee Cafe, Kings Heath with a wonderful 25% off breakfast/brunch to line your stomach. They are also well stocked with some cracking beers if you wanted to start with a cheeky one!

Stop 1Birmingham Brewing Company

Stop 2Dig Brew Co

FinishFixed Wheel Brewery


£10 per ticket to include;

*Led bike ride.

* Beer taster with a small talk from the brewer at each stop.

*A few freebies to take away.

*Lucky dip for a lucky rider to win special edition BeerYeti.com.

*T-shirtRoute roughly 16 miles in total. Using cycle paths, canal, parks and some small roads to get us to each stop – Steady pace to suit the group – 11.30am start @ Gorilla Coffee Cafe, Kings Heath.

The train station is very close to Fixed Wheel Brewery for people to get the train back into Birmingham if needed.

Get your tickets here!

Picture from the beer bike ride in Birmingham taking a tour of thousand trades brewing company, two towers and Birmingham Brewing Company

Please note the following;

* Please come prepared with a suitable bike/tyres, puncture kit/spares and pump, water/snacks for ride and maybe a waterproof.

* Please drink responsibly.

* Participation in this ride is on the basis that you accept responsibility for your own safety. Please ensure that your bike is roadworthy, ride safely and you observe the Highway Code.

Picture from the beer bike ride in Birmingham taking a tour of thousand trades brewing company, two towers and Birmingham Brewing Company, dig brew