Pleasant brewpub - quite a bit of seating. Good selection of beers with a customer-friendly taster policy. Nice easy stop off of 31 - but if you’re coming from 31, you need to make a U-turn as soon as you can - brewpub is just to the north of the overpass/bridge.
Nice place, right on the water. Usually a bit crowded and busy, but the beer is generally pretty good and the food is good also. Only their stuff, as far as I can remember. But a good place if you are in the area.
This is a huge brewpub by the water, nothing else is really around so it has a very large parking lot. The inside of the building is big with the bar kind of in its separate room. Every inch of this place is dog-themed. There is patio seating also. The variety of beer is decent, running a fair range of styles. All the stuff I tried was pretty good. Prices are high for food. You’re not gonna eat for less than $10 and it’s more likely to be in the $15 range. I had a tasty jalapeno-sauce, anchovy pizza for $10, which actually is a fair price for a pizza.The bartender was friendly and knowledgeable. It was a good place to come watch the game and have a few brews.
Yep, everything has gone to the dogs here. I’m not a huge dog fan, but the décor was interesting to look at while I waited awhile for my beer/food to arrive. The large Scooby Doo was the winner and the mug club mugs are way up there, I wonder how often they get used. Nine house beers on tap and large pours on the sampler, I had to pace myself on the sampler and couldn’t finish the whole thing. Beer ranged from above average to so-so and the food was respectable. Much like their fellow Grand Haven neighbor Odd Side, they make some unique beers.
I had to give the ambiance full points because of the theme, DOGS! I am a dog lover, and every inch is covered in pictures of dogs. It is a really impressive brewpub, recommend to me from the owner of Odd Side Ales, which is about 2 miles away. I tried a Toffee beer and tried their Golden Sour, and got a pint of Brown. They were all decent, the sour being the most unusual. Worth a stop if you are going a West Coast MI beer tour, but don’t go out of your way.
Much larger than I anticipated. Seems to focus more on the food than beer, nevertheless, the beer is high quality. About 7 of the OBB brews on draft, mostly basic styles, but all very good. I had a pizza which was very good. They have a large patio that overlooks the river. A cool place to stop if you are in the area.