There's probably no better way to guarantee a fun night out than bar-hopping. Who doesn't love running -- or even cycling -- from pub to pub and getting progressively drunk with each stop? Nobody, that's who. And now an Australian tour company is looking to elevate the whole drinking experience for beer-lovers in Queensland, Australia.

Pterodactyl Helicopters in Ipswich has debuted a seven-hour flight tour between eight country bars and microbreweries in southeast Queensland, some of them a hundred-year-old establishments. The trip led by pilot Captain Mike Jarvis also includes some aerial sightseeing, from the mountains of the Rim region, to Dickabram Bridge, and the volcanic Tamborine Mountain.

If necessary, Captain Jarvis can also arrange to pick you up from your home or hotel in his Robinson R44, and make a stop for lunch in scenic Harrisville. All aspects of the tour can be customized, and they have alternate offerings for wine-lovers, too -- so all styles of drinkers can fly high. 

Next, take in the stunning helicopter views of Iceland: 

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