Portland, Oregon is a brew lover’s haven and touted as America’s best bike city by Bicycle Magazine. With a stay at the Nines this summer you too can do like the locals do. Get your bikes and brews in Portland with this “Bikes & Brews” sweet hotel deal. The Nines hotel has partnered with breweries and local bike companies to offer bike rentals to explore the city and refreshing beers to enjoy after the cycle, plus a few extra perks to enjoy the ride to the fullest.
When you book the “Bikes and Brews” package at the swanky Nines Hotel in Portland’s downtown, you’ll get two rental bikes or a tandem bike to share, Portland walking and biking maps, two Fat Tire Beers from Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing plus two local microbrews and housemade chips and roasted nuts for winding down after a day of site-seeing and cycling. And you get to snag a nifty New Belgium gift bag with the brewery’s famous bike bell and bottle opener. Package starts at $269 per night. Head HERE for more deets.
The Nines deal is available until September 2, 2013.
More Bikes & Brews in Portland Oregon
Old Town Brewing Company is one of the only breweries in the U.S. to offer craft beer deliver by bike. Available for delivery are the brewery’s Pale Ale, IPA, Stout, Irish Red, Winter Ale, Porter, and Pilsner along with Old Town’s well-known pizzas.
The Portland Fruit Beer Festival will feature 40+ fruit beers from 25 local breweries. Takes place June 8 and 9, 2013, tickets are $20 and includes a festival glass (required for tasting) and 12 drink tickets, each good for one 4oz taste (some beers require 2 tickets).
Oregon Brewers Festival, held July 24-28 in Portland, Oregon, will be pouring more than 80 different craft beers from around the country. The Oregon Brewers Festival is the quintessential celebration of craft beer!
Rather bike as a group to Portland’s best breweries? BrewCycle Pub Crawl is huge community pub-pedaler. Up to 15 people can pedal through Portland stopping at breweries along the way. It’s $20 per person.
Get your Portland brew tour on with Brewvana. They promise beer nirvana for both beginners and the ‘ceravisaphile’ (Yeah, we had to look this word up too, means a devout lover of beers in the urban dictionary.) Tours run from Thursday – Sunday, usually 3+ brewery stops included, prices start at $69 per person.
For more biking in Portland news and resources, head to bikeportland.org or for free bike route maps, head to portlandoregon.gov.
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