Wisconsin is home to the first rails-to-trails bike path conversion and has more than a thousand miles of paves bike paths that criss-cross the state. A notoriously bike-friendly state, visitors have been coming to explore and ride our more than 80 converted railroad bike trails for years, but more recently, locals are finding the fun and convenience of traveling discovering our great state on two wheels. Conveniently, Wisconsin is also home to dozens of craft breweries and a handful of those delicious spots are easily accessible from the bike paths. What better way to quench the thirst you work up than relaxing at a local spot. These breweries are bike-friendly, easy to get to and offer up the kind of incentive many of us need to put on some miles before imbibing. Check out these 10 Wisconsin breweries right off the bike trail that are just waiting for you to visit.

Most Wisconsin bike trails require a trail pass, which is available for $5 daily or $25 for the year. Learn more about these passes and where to buy them from the DNR.

If you’re looking for a new bike path to check out, the Heart of Vilas trail system up north connects a number of Northwoods cities and even takes you right past a beach where you can stop and cool off.

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