It's not just biking. It's beer-king. And it's happening in a big way along the Burke-Gilman Trail in Kenmore.

"It's a destination and a refueling spot for a lot of cyclists," said beertender Forrest Gilchrist.

Starting this week, there will be three bike-in breweries in a two-block stretch.

192 Brewing's Lake Trail Taproom has plenty of space indoors and out for suds-seeking cyclists and their furry friends.

"It's right off the trail, easy to get to, good beer," said customer Ben Riedesel.

Right next door, Nine Yards Brewery opened less than a year ago. Their vintage arcade games and indoor bike rack set them apart.

And opening tomorrow, Cairn is the brainchild of Bill and Jen Boyd.

"We've talked about opening a brewery for years, and being on an urban trail like the Burke-Gilman was huge for us," said Jen Boyd. "It was the most important factor when we were looking for a location."

They've spent the past year handcrafting their building and their beer for a grand entrance into the brewcycling scene.

All three Kenmore bike pub locations are kid-friendly, so pack up the family. A future outing is brewing for you on the Burke-Gilman Trail.