About Dayton's First Beer Bike
Where We Visit
Dayton, home to flight and the pull-top beer can, is "at the heart of the Midwest's craft beer revolution". We regularly stop at several craft breweries in the downtown Dayton/Oregon district area.
This is our featured bar! Warped Wing will be where you start and finish your journey with the Dayton QuadracycALE, their craft beers are available in cans, which can be taken on your tour, and draft beers to enjoy before or after your tour. In addition to amazing beers the Spent Grain Grill located inside will be happy to feed you. Click on the Warped Wing image to get a sneak peak into their incredible establishment.
Dayton Beer Co.
This is the 1st stop on our Brewery Tour. Dayton Beer Co. Founded in 2010 first started in Kettering and has since added this new location in Downtown Dayton. In addition to the 3 canned beers you've seen in local stores DBC also has a number of beers on tap, seasonal beers, and limited release beers. Click on their image to check out this stop on your tour.
The Oregon District
The Oregon will be the next stop on the tour. Here is a list of many of your options in this Historic area.
Located in the heart of the Oregon District, Toxic Brew is described as an easygoing, exposed-brick haunt, their laid back atmosphere will give you a great opportunity to enjoy house-brewed pours in Bavarian, Belgian, and American-style beers. Drink specials for our riders here include $1 off any beer(excluding 4oz pours). If you can't wait until the tour click on their logo to see what's in store!
Ned Peppers is a traditional western-ish themed bar located right in the heart of the Oregon District in Dayton Ohio. They have a full service bar stocked with your favorite liquors and spirits along side a vast selections of mainstream and craft beers. Click on the logo for more info.
Hole in the Wall
This is an AWESOME Dive Bar! Video games and alcohol... How can you go wrong?! You have to check this place out! Click on the logo for more info.
The Trolley Stop
This building was constructed in 1839 and is the oldest continuously operating tavern in Dayton. The Trolley Stop continues those old time traditions – fresh, homemade food from local vendors, friendly service, live music, plenty of delicious cocktails, and, of course, ever-flowing beer taps. Dayton QuadracycALE pedalers will receive Happy Hour pricing at the Trolley Stop and an additional 10% off if you pay in cash. Click on the logo for more info.
Belle of Dayton
Belle of Dayton has won national and international awards from top judges and critics around the world. The brothers’ passion for the trade and their personal craft and artistry is embodied in each and every masterpiece they bottle. This will be available for tours on Saturdays from 6pm - 9pm. Click on the logo for more info.