Recent changes in Oklahoma liquor laws have created a booming craft brewery scene in Tulsa. With many breweries located near downtown Tulsa, visitors and townies alike can ride an easy four mile loop, passing by no less than 8 breweries!

Brewery Bike Tour

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Kick things off with us at Welltown Brewing, located near Archer and Cheyenne. There you’ll find founders Jeremy and Jordan cranking out a variety of tasty brews in their beautiful century-old brewery space. If you’re driving in, there’s also lot’s of convenient paid parking located right across the street.

Onward to our next stop! Prairie Artisan Ales is located near Main and Cameron. Since opening up shop in 2012, the folks at Prairie have been known for their unique styles that include big bold barrel aged stouts and some funky farmhouse ales.

Just steps away from beautiful ONEOK Field, Elgin Park is our next stop located at the intersection of Elgin and Reconciliation Way. Offering an array of quality pub fare options, Elgin Park is the perfect place to enjoy a bite, a brew, and some baseball.

Next up is McNellies, a Blue Dome District staple since 2004. Inspired by the great pubs of Dublin, McNellies Pub is a beer lover’s haven offering over 350 different brews. They’re also known for their delicious pub grub and cozy pub atmosphere.

Located just around the corner from the Box Yard is our next stop, New Era Fine Fermentations, also known simply as NEFF Brewing. Since 2018, Jonathan and his team have been focused on creating delicious beers using new types of artisan malts that are both delicious and naturally gluten-free.

It’s just a short ride down 4th Street to our next stop, Dead Armadillo Brewing. Here you can enjoy a wide variety of beers including the iconic Tulsa Flag Beer while you soak in some rays in their backyard patio.

Just a little further east on 4th Street, Pearl Beach Brew Pub is Tulsa’s favorite spot to enjoy a beer with the sand between your toes. Self described as a beach volleyball bar with an onsite brewery and taproom, Pearl Beach offers a tasty selection of beer and stunning views of the Tulsa skyline from their sandy backyard beach.

Our next stop, Nothing’s Left Brewing Company, is also in the Pearl District at 6th and Rockford. Visit with brewmaster Travis Richards who experiments with a variety of ingredients creating interesting yet drinkable beers including their classic Galaxy Pale Ale.

Further east on 6th we’ll swing by the trendy new digs of American Solera. These guys are masters of refreshing, hop forward IPAs, as well as some unique foeder and farmhouse ales. They also put together some intriguing wine-beer mixes. All which can be enjoyed in their spacious brewhouse located at 6th and Utica.

Next we’ll go right next door to visit the good folks at Cabin Boys Brewery. The boys (and girls) at Cabin Boys offer a variety of robust flavors and a taproom full of cozy cabin vibes. Be sure to try a Vienna Lager or one of their signature Belgian style beers. Prost!

Right around the corner is Marshall Brewing, the first commercial brewing facility in Tulsa since World War II. With 24 taps, as well as a selection of Wine, Cider, and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, there is something for everyone in their family friendly tap room.

Our ride comes to an end in the Kendall Whittier District with our friends at Heirloom Rustic Ales. Boasting a wide array of unique styles that are both refreshing and approachable, we think this is the perfect spot to wrap up our brewery bike tour.

Nearby Stations

  • Main & Cameron
  • Archer & Elgin
  • 4th & Madison
  • 6th & Utica
  • Admiral & Lewis

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