Beer City Just Got Better
Grand Rapids really does have it all. Let us show you!
What would your visit to Grand Rapids be without a trip to one of the numerous downtown breweries that helped earn “Beer City, USA” its name. Grand Rapids Beer Trolley offers an experience you can’t find elsewhere. Buy a pass and hop on and off at any of our 9 brewery stops along the way. Check out the area’s most popular attractions all day long. We’re making trolleys great again and would love for you to be a part of the experience. Get your tickets today!
BYOB Christmas Lights Spectacular
The New York Times recently recognized Grand Rapids, Michigan as as must-visit destination. We’d love to show it to you.
Take a ride with your LOCAL Grand Rapids Beer Trolley to see the Christmas lights of West Michigan. Tickets are limited so be sure to reserve your spot today. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!
Our Brewery Stops
Hop On-Hop Off Public Tour
Saturday 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
Hop On | Hop OffEnjoy unlimited rides all day long to all of our brewery stops.
- Please note, unlimited ride “hop on | hop off” passes are limited to 75 riders per day.
Single ride passes are available for purchase for $5.00 (cash or credit) ON the trolley. Single ride passes are sold based on availability and cannot be purchased in advance.
The Mitten Brewing Co.
Grand Rapids Brewing Company
The Knickerbocker - New Holland Brewing
City Built Brewing Company
Super Cool Red & Green Trolley
Beer City Brewery Stops
Plus brews on tap on the GR Ale Trail
“Grand Rapids Beer Trolley was all I could have hoped for and more for my event. I highly recommend to anyone wanting to get the full “Beer City USA” experience.”Emily G.
“The beer trolley is the best way to see all of the top breweries in the city. We had a blast! It was cheap, effortless, and such a fun time! What a great addition to GR!”Erin M.
A pass on the Grand Rapids Beer Trolley is a revocable license. Grand Rapids Beer Trolley retains the right to revoke a pass or refuse entry to any individual at the sole discretion of the driver. Obscene language, disruptive or inappropriate behavior, and severe intoxication are all grounds for revocation. This list is not exhaustive.