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Bike for Beers

Design by Sarah Decker
Design by Sarah Decker

Whether you’re a tour guide for out-of-town friends during Eugene Beer Week or you just want to soak up some sun while enjoying a few brews, a self-guided bike tour of breweries is an entertaining way to get immersed in the feel of Eugene and Springfield.

Explore Oakshire’s new Whiteaker tasting room, head to local brewing titan Ninkasi, check out Claim 52’s growler-based brewery on Fridays, try the ever-changing taps at Falling Sky, see Springfield bloom at Plank Town and reach its outer limits at Hop Valley. On the way back to downtown, meet Eugene brewing history at Steelhead and discover the outpost of a big Newport brewery at Rogue. Need this all mapped out? Use the QR code or tiny URL below to download our directions.

Sticking to one beer per tasting room and riding between locales is a sensible way to keep under the legal limit, which is the same for cycling and driving. But unless you were born with two livers, biking a few spokes of this map at a time might be best!




Oakshire brewing

221 madison St • Eugene

(541) 688-4555 • oakbrew.com


Ninkasi Brewing Co.

272 Van Buren St • Eugene

(541) 344-2739 • ninkasibrewing.com


Claim 52 brewing

1030 Tyinn St • Eugene • wkly.ws/1gp


Falling Sky brewing 

1334 Oak Alley • Eugene

(541) 505-7096 • fallingskybrewing.com


Plank Town brewing co. 

346 Main St • Springfield

(541) 746-1890 • planktownbrewing.com


Hop Valley brewing co.

980 Kruse Way • Springfield

(541) 744-3330 • hopvalleybrewing.com


Steelhead brewing co. 

199 E 5th Ave • Eugene

(541) 686-2739 • steelheadbrewery.com


Rogue public house

844 Olive St • Eugene

(541) 345-4155 • rogue.com


Check out our Google map for more detailed information on your ride


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