About the project

Pedlar is an innovative project born in June 2017, to brew around the world using the bicycle as means of transport.

My name is Tiago Falcone, I’m a brewer with 10 years experience in the industry, having started out at Cervejaria Falke, Brazil. Between 2013-2017 I’ve been a brewer at Beavertown Brewery in London where I was the head of Tempus, the barrel aging program, before deciding to set off on this new project.

It consists in working together with breweries around the world, either creating beers or offering consultancy on brewing process and more specifically on barrel aging.

By November 2018 more than 18000 km have been cycled, through 19 countries.

Breweries worked with include Tarantino Beer, Lindheim Ølkompani, Beerbliotek, Stockholm Brewing, AF Brew, Sori Brewing, Brekeriet, Jopen, Alvinne, Brussels Beer Project, Senses Brewing, Brasserie du Grand Paris, Cerveja Letra, Dois Corvos.

For the next 5 years I’ll keep cycling around the whole world, on a long journey through beer culture and other fermentations, on a continuous research and learning process. Taking the time to better understand the local culture and its context. Using only the bicycle when moving on land.

Find out more about the services offered for breweries.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to drop me an email at tiago@falcone.com.br

For news and stories, follow on facebook Pedlar Project - World Beer Cycling Tour, instagram @tiagofalcone and twitter @tiagofalcone


Where Next?

1st Stage:

June-October 2017

Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium

2nd Stage:

November 2017 - March 2018


3rd Stage:

March/April 2018 - Northern/Western France

May 2018 - Northern Spain

June 2018 - Portugal

July 2018 - Southern/Eastern Spain

August 2018 - Southern France

September 2018 - Mediterranean Islands

October 2018 - Italy

November 2018 - Northern Italy/Austria/Germany

4th Stage:

November 2018 - March 2019


Future stages:

Balkans, Greece, Turkey, Caucasus, Central Asia, Pakistan, India, Nepal, China, South Korea, Japan, Oceania, North America, Central America, South America, Africa

Detailed map