Our final stop of 8 breweries that day. We grabbed late supper here. Service was friendly and good. Food was excellent. They directed us to our final stop, a local bar called Monarch’s, where I had one final pint.
Brewpub in an old firetruck station. Has pizza (seperate vegan menu so you can imediately see all the nice things you can eat!). They had about 12 of their own beers which were decent but nothing to go out of your way for. Pizza was good, but had like 3 times as much cheese as I’d have liked. Friendly service. They do nice flights in the Mitten-Michigan shape thar are fairly priced. Oh, and their trivia night seems to be very popular :-)
Smaller place, pretty good beer selection... Only had 2 and they were fine. Pizza was good as complement to the beer, service was a bit slow... But they were pretty slammed when we went. Worth a visit while in GR.
Not a lot of beers on tap (about 8) but each one that I tried was amazing. They are able to have beers that are both unique and well made. Because of how different each beer is, I would say they have a good selection. Servers were friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. They even suggested some other places that we had to try. Food was good, everything was reasonably priced. Should have a much higher rating, the only knock I can think of is the place could be bigger and the parking is hard to find.
This brewery is on the West side of GR a little ways from dowtown but definetly worth a visit. I really enjoyed the baseball theme, though they could do for a little bit more of this. The pizza I had was really good and the trivia seems to be really popular. I liked the beer quite a bit and hope to be coming back soon.
KPD (252) Michigan | December 14, 2013| Updated December 22, 2013
Nice newer brewpub open about a year now in a very nice brick facility. Staff were very friendly, menu for food was very good pizza and a few appetizers. Had 6 on tap including a cider, the ipa, Dipa, and oatmeal stout were my favs, the cider would be liked by cider fans. Close to downtown by car, worth a stop.
Set in an old firehouse building with a handful of baseball decorations along the wall. There were a half dozen or so beers on tap, they were ok but nothing spectacular. The menu was mostly pizza and the Thai Cobb looked tempting but I’d already eaten for the evening. Service was decent.