A big brewpub north of Gd Rapids. Itís in a industrial park and needs to be visited by car. Decent selection of beers on tap. Food we didnít try this time. No No Rules available. Some new brews though. Altogether 23 beers on tap. Flights available.
A great brewpub north of Grand Rapids with an open floor plan and a seating area that opens up to the outside in warm weather months. The atmosphere is nice and service is great. A good draft list too. Food is available, but we havenít tried it yet. Definitely worth checking out, especially if/when No Rules is on draft.
You must try this place if youíre ever in the Grand Rapids MI area. It is truly a hidden gem. Huge building, well appointed but not gaudy, service was knowledgeable and effusive. Prices are reasonable, beers are varied from very high gravity to sessionable. Many different kinds, all brewed in house. I never would have known about this place if it were not recommended by so many locals. They really knew what they were talking about. Outstanding place; you have to go here.
Pretty large, almost warehouse looking place, tall ceilings with a nice outer deck to each on if the weather is nice. Large selection of beers, all of them have been pretty good with some of them being awesome. Each beer is available in a wide variety of sizes, too, from small samplers up to 128 oz "stumblers" (be prepared to pay heavy for stumblers of the BA stouts, though!). Good food. The seasonal apple chicken walnut salad I had was excellent. Good fries, too. Service was great, prices were fair. This turned out to be an awesome stop in Grand Rapids... highly recommended!
Nate (330) Indiana, Pennsylvania | August 19, 2014
Stopped for dinner and sampling on a Wednesday evening. It was packed and loud, but the service was attentive and professional. Good beers on tap and the burger was very good. Nice decor with indoor and outdoor seating, family friendly. Kinda in the middle of nowhere, though.
KPD (238) Michigan | June 15, 2014| Updated July 14, 2014
Been a couple times now and have sampled all they have on tap- more than 15 right now including 7 barrel aged beers. Three in bourbon barrels and 4 in American oak. Nice space, open, a small bar, a patio. Good crowd on an early Saturday pm. If you visit in the summer be aware that the patio faces west and can get pretty warm out there. Limited menu and god quality the burgers were excellent. Staff are hard working and pleasant. The beer is excellent quality. They make really good low alcohol beer including a good pils,dry stout, and lightly smoked Scottish ale.The barrel aged beers were also excellent. The ipas are average if you are a massive hophead this is not your place. This is one of the top newer breweries in the state, I put them up with Greenbush, and Griffin Claw as the best to open in in the last several years. IMO a must stop on Grand Rapids beer tour.
Nice clean large warehouse brewery. Nice large open taproom restaurant with a large covered patio. Lots of windows to see whatís going on inside the brewery. I canít say much for the food myself I ordered the standard PbC burger medium rare it came well done and was a total mess, I sent it back. The beer however was very good!
This place is a real deal hidden gem that everyone needs to check out. Huge clean new space open about 10 months. Super friendly service, knowledgable to boot with free flowing samples. Ticker sizes available and with a draft list of roughly 20 beers you will need it. Not only inventive styles like a blonde with coffee that was baller, but everything is true to style and excellent. Every beer I had was great, even a razz wheat. The food menu was a bit limited but it came super fast and was better than average bar food. Prices are nuts. I had a sandwich and 5 beers for $13. I will be back for sure and soon.