A-List Adventure – Kayak Brewery Tour


Date(s) - Jul 17, 2021
3:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Finger Lakes Kayaking Brewery Tour



Join us for a fantastic lake day with friends in the Finger Lakes. Rent a kayak or bring your own. Canadice Lake Outfitters will be shuttling kayaks to/from our launch site for our Honeoye Lake brewery tour lake day adventure. A scenic short hike will lead us to the kayak launch site. We’ll enjoy the serenity, sites and sounds of the water with a two hour paddle including a stop at the dock of Twisted Rail Brewing for a flight. We’ll be welcomed back to Birdhouse Brewing with three small batch craft beers paired with cheese from local creameries. Our cheese pairing is in partnership with the Headwater Food Hub.


The Finger Lakes area is blessed with some of the most beautiful lakes in the world. To experience them from a kayak is to see, hear and feel the water in an intimate way. Honeoye Lake is located 30 miles south of Rochester. It is one of the smaller Finger Lakes and one of the prettiest. It is also the shallowest of the Finger Lakes giving it the warmest water temperature. The area around the lake isn’t very developed which adds to the beauty of the lake with tree-covered hillsides.


The two breweries on Honeoye Lake are must-visit destinations for brewery fans. Arriving by kayak adds to the fun. The paddle will be about two hours. The hike is about 20 minutes in and back. Park and meet at Birdhouse Brewing. We’ll leave as a group at 3:30 to the nature trail for a short hike to the kayak launch where there will be a kayak waiting for you.



RSVP on Facebook, but to officially save your spot, click here for tickets.

Tickets are $62 and include kayak rental and delivery, life jacket, and two beer flights, one paired with cheese, and a mid-paddle snack. Tickets are $37 if you have your own kayak. Additional scrumptious food and beverages are available for purchase at Birdhouse Brewing.


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What to Bring: Masks are required when checking in, and when you can’t be 6 ft. from others. Also required at the brewery when walking around. Wear hiking shoes or sneakers and bring plenty of water. Don’t forget your camera. Life jacket is required and will be provided for kayak renters.


Parking/Location: We’re meeting right at the brewery. Birdhouse Brewing is 45 min. South of Rochester. Check-in any time after 3:10 pm. We’ll begin the hike to the launch site at 3:30pm.


Headwater Food Hub is New York State’s largest regional food hub, working to revolutionize the food system by making the finest local products easily accessible to everyone. They make it simple for you to source GOOD food, support local farmers, and enjoy the best local meat, dairy, produce, and groceries. Headwater’s focus is on changing the business of food by giving restaurants, institutions, home cooks, and community programs access to the same high-quality ingredients at fair prices. They are giving meaning to farm to doorstep; farm to professional kitchen; farm to school; and now farm to A-List Adventure. It’s food for a healthier, more sustainable, more delicious future. Click here to check them out and place your next order for delivery or pick-up.

Kayaking Photo Honeoye Lake



  1. Hi Heather, that code was shared with our email subscribers for this weekend only. If you are not yet on our email list, sign up (it’s free) for access to ticket previews and more.

  2. Will there by another kayak brewery tour later this summer?
    Also, if you bring your own kayak, what are the logistics to/from the launch site?

    • Vic, there is one more this summer on Thurs. Aug. 19, 2021. On this page look to the event list on the right or click on Event Tab to find our events.

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