Saturday, October 12, 2013

Discover Michigan\'s Fine Breweries on a Guided Bus, Bike or Walking Tour

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We've all heard of wine-tasting tours to picturesque vineyards, but what about those who prefer a good ale? Michigan is chock-full of fine breweries just waiting to be discovered. There are Bus Tours Michigan companies that will take you for a visit to more than 50 of state's distilleries, breweries and meaderies. You can book a bus tour to some of the popular state beer festivals like the World Expo of Beer or the Michigan Brewers Guild Winter Festival or just head out to a brewery any time of the year. Enjoy the flavor of 100 percent Michigan made beer, spirits, mead and cider. The typical beer Detroit Tours include a stop to three or four different breweries and last about five hours. You'll be treated to a light lunch and have the opportunity to taste at least four samples of refreshing ale. With an hour spent at each brewery, you have plenty of time to discover and explore each unique brewery. Some breweries even offer samples that are not available at bars or to the general public. You can purchase bottles or growlers at each stop and even enjoy them on the bus. If you'd like to save what you've purchased, the bottles can be stored in coolers right on the bus. Throughout the bus ride, you'll also be treated to tasty snacks on the bus. Many of the Detroit tours companies also offer walking tours and bike tours. On a walking tour, you can enjoy the historic landmarks in Ann Arbor, Ferndale and downtown Royal Oak along with a guided tour of three to four breweries. This tours generally take about four hours, and you can enjoy beer samples along with a tasty lunch. For cycling enthusiasts, the bike tours provided by bus tours Michigan companies are ideal. Cycle the trails, sidewalks and road in downtown Detroit to view the main highlights of the city. These companies provide history stops at historical sites along with a stop at a Michigan brewery. The city of Detroit is definitely a beer and bike friendly atmosphere. All around, the Detroit tours are ideal for just about any occasion, including holiday company parties, bachelor parties, birthday, girl's night out or anyone who is just looking for a good time. The bus tours Michigan companies are always happy to customize anything you need to meet your group's needs or wants. You'll find that the bike tours to breweries can also be themed. With a history theme, you'll be biking the former brewery sites in downtown Detroit and the newer generation of breweries. It's about an 11-mile tour and is suited for all biking abilities. The prohibition history bike tour travels to Belle Isle and back. With a guided tour, you'll learn all about Detroit's gangs, rum-runners and bootlegging activities during the prohibition era. On the theater and music history bike tour, you'll visit sites in downtown Detroit where popular vaudeville entertainers once performed. Without a doubt, the Detroit tours are a great way to experience a new adventure and have some pure fun

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