Brew Tour Fun in MI
Top Brewery Tours in MI
From the tip of the “thumb,” to the Motor City metro area, Michigan’s bustling cities are brimming with some of the region’s most beloved breweries and pubs.
During your visit, get a taste of Michigan’s booming brew scene this season by embarking one of Michigan’s top brewery tours:
Motor City Brew Tours
Available just about year round, Motor City Brew tours explore metro Detroit’s favorite breweries via bus, bike, or by walking tour.
Grand Rapids Beer tours
Choose from five different tours – public or private – available on foot or in the comfort of the 15-passenger van. Just be sure to arrive thirsty, for both tasty brews and knowledge.
Traverse City Wine & Beer Tours
Head north to the scenic bayside community of Traverse City, home to the ever-popular Traverse City Wine & Beer Tours, offering a handful of unique, fun-filled opportunities to see the city.
Whether you schedule a private tour or join a public tour, you surely won’t regret taking the opportunity to see some of northern Michigan’s best breweries and indulging in the culture.
Give a Craft Beer Trail
Craft brew culture is alive and well in Kalamazoo – see for yourself by embarking on the Give a Craft Beer Trail, available year round.
Simply grab a Give a Craft Passport from any of the over 10 participating bars, and go to town, literally. Kalamazoo’s craft beer scene is your oyster from there.
Craft Brew Samples
West Michigan Wine & Beer Trail
Making stops in Holland, Ludington, and Grand Haven, the West Michigan Beer & Wine Trail explores the region increasingly known as MI’s “Fruit Ridge” for its excellent hops, barley, and grape farming.
Specific stops along the tour include Elk Brewing in GR and Jamesport in Ludington, and even some of the region’s best wineries, like Cascade winery and Fenn Valley Winery.
The HandleBar Detroit
Peddling through the Motor City from mid-March through November, the HandleBar invites groups to hop on and peddle their way through Detroit’s ever-expanding bar scene.
The 16-passenger, peddle-powered tour stops at a handful of local-favorite watering holes, while serving up drinks along the way at its mobile bar. It’s truly one-of-a-kind and a must-see for any brew-lover.