Rolling Tap lets riders bike with a brew

EAU CLAIRE (WQOW) – If your weekends consist of bike rides with a view, maybe try switching them out for a bike ride with a brew.

Rolling Tap’s wheels have finally hit the streets, letting riders pedal to Eau Claire bars and breweries over a four-mile route.

The trip, which lasts two hours, begins at Lazy Monk Brewing, where riders are encouraged to fill up their growlers. From there, the quadracycle heads to The Livery, followed by The Firehouse before ending at Mogie’s Pub and Restaurant. However, the guides, referred to as pilots, say they are flexible when it comes to locations, as long as the route remains within the allotted two hours.

Water is provided, but groups have to bring in their own beer and cider. Sorry, Cabernet enthusiasts; wine and mixed drinks aren’t allowed.

Depending on if it is a weekday or weekend ride, tours range from $23 to $27 per person in a group of 14.

McKenna Alexander

McKenna Alexander

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