Amazing Pubcycle
Feel the wind in your hair (or the sweat on your brow) during this self-powered tour of Asheville. On the hour-and-a-half-long trip, you’ll enjoy beer on board and stops at two breweries.

(828) 214-5010

Brew-ed Walking Tour
These brewery tours are led by internationally recognized beer experts, who take you behind the scenes while sharing local history.

(828) 278-9255

LaZoom’s Band and Beer Bus Tour
Sure, lots of beer tours take place on buses. But this one features live music from local bands along the way. Jam out between 30-minute stops at three local breweries.

(828) 225-6932

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Brews Cruise
Get a peek into the Queen City’s beer scene during this three-and-a-half-hour bus tour. You’ll visit three breweries, taste 12 to 15 samples, and talk to brewmasters.

(704) 550-2005

Take a ride on a charter bus during this tour of four Charlotte-area breweries. You’ll receive souvenir pint glasses, lunch, and snacks.

(704) 765-5104

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Beltline Brew Tours
Spend a few hours getting to know the Triangle’s craft beer scene during this bus tour. Choose between Raleigh and Durham itineraries.

(919) 285-1228

Raleigh Trolley Pub
You’ll make three stops on this pedal-powered pub crawl, which offers two routes in Raleigh, including through downtown and along Glenwood Avenue. And don’t worry: You’ll get an electric-motor assist on the hills.

(919) 473-3312

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East Coast BrewBoat
OK, so you don’t exactly get to cruise up to any breweries on this 90-minute boat tour down the Cape Fear River. But you can bring your own beer and keep it cold in a cooler on board.

(910) 239-7703

Port City Brew Bus
Visit three breweries, learn about the brewing process, and try samples on this tour. The theme varies, but we like the Sunday Brunch and Brews, which includes brunch plates paired with a beer at each stop.

(910) 679-6586

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Katie Schanze is the assistant editor and digital editor of Our State.