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Fun on Tap! Five Unique Things to Do For Beer Lovers

Written by Meg Parisi  |  03. April 2019

Take a Ride on LI’s Beer Bus 

Owned and operated by Tapped Enterprises, riders can hop on this fun-filled bus and head to beer events and breweries around the island. Specializing in brewery and brew pub tours, their fleet of buses will get you and your friends to and from your destination safely, while you kick back and enjoy your favorite beers throughout the day. The tours are great for both the casual beer drinker and craft beer enthusiasts. For more information visit here

 

Beer Fit Club 

The Beer Fit Club brings beer and yoga to craft breweries around Long Island marrying fun approachable yoga classes with big sips of locally made beers. Beer Fit Club was started to provide a fun and accessible yoga experience while promoting the rich craft beer culture of New York. People of all ages and skill sets are welcome to sign up. For more information visit here

 

Bury The Hatchet 

What’s better than relieving some stress while sipping on some brews? At Bury The Hatchet in Brooklyn, you can do both! All of their indoor axe throwing ranges have multiple lanes where guests get a one-of-a-kind experience in a fun urban setting. In between turns you can watch from the sidelines and enjoy a beer (or a few) with your friends. For more information, visit here

 

Geeks Who Drink 

Love trivia and beer? Then head to the Southampton Brew House every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for trivia night (free to play). Geeks Who Drink is a homegrown Pub Trivia Quiz modeled after those in Ireland and the UK. You’ll partake in themed quizzes covering everything from popular shows like Game of Thrones to wordplay and much more while sipping on your favorite beers. For more information visit here

 

Brew Crew Cycles 

Who’s up for some cardio? Rally up a few friends and hop aboard the Brew Crew Cycle in Riverhead. Riding on a communal pedal power, guests climb aboard a mechanized multi person bike that can hold up to 14 people and is steered towards some of Riverhead’s best craft breweries. Riders can hop on and off to taste their favorite beers. The mile and a half route takes roughly two and a half hours, so make sure to wear some comfy footwear! For more information visit here.

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