We had a group of 13, so the bike was almost full - we had an absolute blast! The tour guide was great; very friendly, and found some 80's music for the birthday gal. We were scheduled to go to 3 bars but took so...More
Pedal a shared bike to several breweries in the vibrant Kaka'ako arts and warehouse district on a 2.5-hour tour in Honolulu. Your guide steers your bike to several hip spots where you can sip craft brews from local pubs and tasting rooms. Listen to music as you pedal past colorful murals and hear informative commentary from your guide on this fun beer tour in Hawaii.
Do you consider yourself a beer connoisseur? Do you love the taste of craft beer? Well start pedaling away from those wine snobs and sommeliers and hop on Paradise Pedal’s Beer Lover’s tour. The Beer Lover’s tour takes you on Hawaii’s only 15 passenger party bike with fellow beer cicerones from around the world. Pedal through the craft beer mecca of Kaka’ako a unique opportunity in Honolulu truly unlike any other. Since the economic recession of 2008, artists from all across the United States and Asia have flocked to the neighborhood of Kaka’ako to create stunning works of arts all throughout the warehouse walls that surround the neighborhood. So, what are you waiting for? Get onboard and start pedaling through this cheeky neighborhood where you are miles away from merlot and steps away from Honolulu’s local faves like Real a gastropub and Honolulu Beerworks!
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What an awesome way to explore Hawaii, you've got to do this! We were celebrating our friend's birthday & wanted something different. Tiffany made the booking process so easy. Our tour could not have been more fun, thanks to Jordan! He was such a great...More
We saw this tour on Groupon and immediately said “ we must do”. So glad we did, this was so much fun. Not only do you get some exercise, you get the opportunity to buy some Micro Breweries beers, sooo many to chose from. Not...More
We went on this pedal tour for a friends birthday and it was great fun. You met at Salt which is a great complex with plenty of things to see and do. Now this is the most important thing, bring ID. They don’t mention this...More
Six of us did a 1pm tour cost $240. For that cost you get the honor of pedaling a bike that you cannot have a drink on like in other cities. You get nothing, not even a discount at the bar stops. So on average...More