Best Way to Burn Beer Calories
A top speed of ∞ µπ˙ might not sound like much. But when you’re sweaty, slightly inebriated and singing along to Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl,” time and distance suddenly seem like antiquated concepts. It’s been almost two years since brothers Tom and Alex Snyder debuted Thirst Gear, Missoula’s giant green pedal-powered trolley≤ and business continues to boom. Thirst Gear now offers four three-hour tours every day, blending the booziness of a multi-brewery trek with the wooziness of an afternoon on the exercise bike. Not a bad workout for $25 a person, and you’d be hard pressed to find a greener way to party between brewery A and brewery D. If that’s not enough, the jealous stares from pedestrians and passing motorists are guaranteed to make the next beer taste even sweeter.