With hints of citrus and fruits, this medium-bodied pale ale is an easy-drinking 5.4% ABV, the perfect craft beer for summer days on the TC Cycle Pub. This beer is available exclusively at The Filling Station Microbrewery.
Starting immediately, all TC Cycle Pub tours will include one (1) free growler (empty), which The Filling Station will fill most of their beers at a discounted rate of only $10 ($2 off, 1 fill only) for TC Cycle Pub riders. Additional growlers can be purchased and filled for $15.
“We’ve been hoping for this collaboration to happen for a few years,” says Kevin Farron, co-owner of the TC Cycle Pub, “and with the new law that allows riders to drink beer and wine onboard our bike tours, the time was right to make it a reality.”
The new law gives quadricycle tour goers – like the TC Cycle Pub riders – the ability to drink beer, wine or cider on board their bikes, while the group is driven by an employee. TC Cycle Pub still maintains restrictions on hard liquor and glass bottles aboard their bikes, and limits tours to 2 hours.
Both the TC Cycle Pub and The Filling Station Microbrewery are family owned and operated business. Located just off the TART Trail in the historic railroad district, The Filling Station Microbrewery specializes in wood-fired flatbread pizzas, fresh salads, and a rotating list of at least 10 beers. They also now house both TC Cycle Pub bikes: The Big Bike, built for 8-14 riders, and the sleeker Circle Cycle, built for 4-6 riders. Booking both vehicles together can accommodate groups of 15-20 riders.
The cost for the Big Bike (8-14 riders) is $300, and the Circle Cycle (4-6 riders) is $175. Both are for 2-hour tours.
The cost for the new TC Cycle Pub™ Pale Ale is $4.50 for a 16oz pint, or $12 for a 64oz growler fill.