19510 Hamilton Pool Rd, Dripping Springs, TX, 78620-2823
Austin, Austin, TX, 78701
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Beerburg Brewing, 13476 Fitzhugh Rd, Austin, TX 78736, USABeerburg Brewing was opened in January 2020 by Trevor Nearburg. Gino Guerrerro is the head brewer. Beerburg Brewing has a 10 bbl brewery and large taproom that sit on a beautiful 15-acre Hill Country spread in Dripping Springs. Trevor started Beerburg to create beers with a sense of place. All of Beerburg Brewing’s beer is brewed with domestic barley, sourced from the Texas Panhandle and Colorado. Their Wildcraft series feature ingredients strictly from Texas, usually grown on their property. They use malt from Texas, local well water, wild yeast, and hand-foraged local herbs in place of hops, which don’t grow well in the local climate. Average travel time between breweries is 15-30 minutes, depending on traffic.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Family Business Beer Company, 19510 Hamilton Pool Rd, Dripping Springs, TX 78620-2823Family Business Beer Company was opened in January of 2018 by Gino Graul, Jensen Ackles, and Danneel Ackles. Head brewer Nate Seale develops clean and refreshing beers that you won’t want to miss. An iconic red pole barn design, amazing taproom, and “supernatural” outdoor space are equipped with enough picnic tables and shade trees for everyone. Grab a house-made pizza or pretzel with your pint as you listen to some live music under the Central Texas stars. Average travel time between breweries is 15-30 minutes, depending on traffic.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Celis Brewery, 10001 Metric Blvd, Austin, TX 78758-5299In the Spring of 1992, Pierre Celis flew from Belgium to the United States to start a new brewery in the great state of Texas. No one suspected that he carried something very precious, concealed in his tube socks. It was the original yeast strain Pierre had been using to brew his world-famous Belgian-style Wit beer for the past 30 years. And there was no way he was going to brew without it. Today Celis brewery, now owned by Pierre's daughter Christine, and their flagship Celis White are an Austin staple. Average travel time between breweries is 15-30 minutes, depending on traffic.Duration: 1 hour
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Austin Bike Tours & Rentals, 1710 E 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701, USAHome base to meet and greet the group of travelers on this experience while getting sized to your perfect sized bike.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Treaty Oak, 503 Baylor St. Between W. Fifth and Sixth streets, Austin, TX 78701All stories are dependent on the uniqueness of your guideDuration: 10 minutesStop At: Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge, 100 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78703All stories are dependent on the uniqueness of your guide. There was also a brewery stop prior to this location but it was not listed on the map. Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Congress Avenue Bridge Bat Watching, 100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701-4072Two more breweries to visit by this point but not listed on Tripadvisor map.Duration: 30 minutes
Make and taste delicious small-batch chocolate with Chef Ashley.In this hands-on class, I will teach you how to use single-origin chocolate to make three different artisan truffles. I'll also teach you about the history of chocolate and sample three different single origin bars from around the world. Start by making 70% single-origin dark chocolate, with just two ingredients. Then, move into the truffle-making process and create single-origin dark chocolate ganache truffles, rose and toasted pistachio ganache truffles and crunchy chocolate hazelnut praline truffles. This gluten-free class can also accommodate vegans.Sample Menu • Single-Origin Dark Chocolate Ganache Truffles - With organic or vegan cream • Strawberry and Toasted Pistachio Ganache Truffles - With organic maple • Crunchy Chocolate Hazelnut Praline Truffles - With organic or vegan cream and choice of toppings
ItineraryLake Austin Boat CruiseRoute Duration: 3 hoursStops on the Lake Austin Boat Cruise:Lake AustinAttractions on the Lake Austin Boat Cruise:Pennybacker Bridge / Emma Long Metropolitan Park / Austin Country Club / Mount BonnellOperates: You pick a 3 hour time slot!ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Mount Bonnell, 3800 Bonnell Dr, Austin, TX 78731-5846This beautiful 5-acre park located almost 800 feet over Lake Austin. The cliffs of Mount Bonnell provide a vista for viewing not only the Lake from atop, but the expansive hills surrounding Austin. Pass By: Austin Country Club, 4408 Long Champ Dr, Austin, TX 78746-1162Pass By: Emma Long Metropolitan Park, 1600 City Park Road, Austin, TX 78730Pass By: Nalle Bunny Run Wildlife, 4615 Bunny Run, Austin, TX 78746, USAThis 35-acre wildlife preserve located on Lake Austin's waterfront is a refuge for rare, endangered or threatened species and is open to the public through guided tours.Pass By: Pennybacker Bridge, Austin, TXThis steel arched bridge built in 1982 is an iconic Austin landmark. Spanning the distance of Lake Austin (1,150 ft long), it connects the North & South sections of the Capital of Texas Highway. The bridge's arched design was created to avoid having support columns that would otherwise interfere with water skiers, wake surfers and boaters on the lake below. Pass By: Tom Miller Dam, Austin, TX 78746, USALake Travis Boat CruiseRoute Duration: 3 hoursStops on the Lake Travis Boat Cruise:4380 Mansfield Park Dr4380 Mansfield Park DrAttractions on the Lake Travis Boat Cruise:Hippie HollowOperates: You pick a 3 hour time slot!ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPick Up: Mansfield Dam Park Docks, 4370 Mansfield Dam Park Rd., Austin, TX 78732Mansfield Dam Park is located adjacent to Mansfield Dam on the main body of Lake Travis and serves as one of the primary access points for boaters.Set back from the water's edge, a central recreation area offers picnic sites, a playground, chess tables, and a panoramic view of the Lake Travis basin.Pass By: Hippie Hollow Park on Lake TravisLocated in the basin of Lake Travis, the clothing-optional park features a steep, rocky shoreline and provides some spectacular views of Lake Travis. This heavily-used park is popular for sunbathing and swimming.Pass By: The Oasis at Lake TravisKnown as the Sunset Capital of Texas, the Oasis has served as a beacon for those on Lake Travis looking for beautiful scenery, cold drinks, and a good time for over 37 yearsPass By: Devil's Cove on Lake TravisDevil's Cove is ranked nationally as one of the premier party boating destinations, holding strong to that title and always promising an unforgettable experience
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Twisted Texas Tour, Austin, TXTour takes place on Twisted Texas bus while visiting local brunch establishments.Duration: 3 hours
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Rainey Street Historic District, Rainey Street, Austin, TX 78701Popular Austin spot with bungalows converted to bars and restaurants.Pass By: 6th Street, 115 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701-3651Check out the live music venues and popular nightlife spots on 6th Street, better known as "Dirty 6th."Stop At: Texas State Capitol, 1100 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704-1728Learn a little about Texas history and when your guide takes you on a brief tour inside the Texas State Capitol building. Enjoy the beautiful architecture and take a moment to snap a few photos!Duration: 10 minutesPass By: University of Texas at Austin, Guadalupe and I-35 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and 26th St., Austin, TX 78705See the home of the Longhorns.Stop At: Greetings from Austin Mural, 1720 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704-4250Great photo opportunity with this iconic piece of street art.Duration: 5 minutesPass By: South Congress Avenue, South Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704Cruise down South Congress Avenue --the gem of the South Austin neighborhood-- with its many unique local shops, restaurants, and live music venues.Pass By: Congress Avenue Bridge Bat Watching, 100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701-4072Cross over the Ann W. Richards Bridge on Congress Ave (also known as the “bat bridge”) which is home to the largest urban bat colony in the world.