Easy to find location next to hotel. Nice up scale location. Bar stools on right with table on left. Patio in the front. Good sample set. Freindly staff with good discusion with connect with brewer. had the calamari app which was good portion and better tahn average. Nice visit.
Large place that sort of reminded me of a generic Rock Bottom. Had the sampler and a pint of Ginger Kids which was by far their best brew. Had the Cajon Burger which was pretty good. Overall this was a decent place to watch the football game I went to see. The one thing the sort of disturbed me was that they allow smoking at the bar. I often smoke when I drink but I don’t see how any brewery that is serious about their beer can allow smoking. just a personal thing I guess. Decent place overall but their are far better options in the Detroit area.
KPD (254) Michigan | March 3, 2013| Updated December 22, 2013
Visited for lunch on a weekend, place was empty except for one other party so service was excellent. Bartender was very friendly, food was good had a burger. Had a sampler, they had a guest pils- good, an apple streudel dessert beer -9% that would be great on ice cream, an average ipa moderate hop, an okish Schwartz beer - dark helmet. May the Schwartz be with you! The best was the brown ale which was nice. They had an alt that was sour oops. What it was doing on tap I don’t know.
Visited here over a year ago. Eerily similar to Bonfire Bistro in both food and beers, though Bonfire has the edge in both. Food is overcheesed and highly americanized. Beers are generally bland and watery with the servers not educated about beer, let alone what beers they have on tap currently. Friendly service though.
Stopped by while hitting breweries in the area. Nice on the outside with a pretty decent location for HWY use. Very dated feel on the inside. Ordered a sampler, and was not impressed by anything. Did not get a warm feeling from Copper Canyon, and I for sure will not be back in the future.
Pleasant looking decor, somewhat of a cross between stylish and sporty. Staff were friendly and attentive. It had that hoppy smell typical of brewpubs but it was a little on the funky side, similar to a barn or stable. Weird. Was disappointed with the selection as they advertised hand pulled ales but none were on tap. The stout wasn’t available either - limiting the selection to about four different kinds. Sampled the porter and it was average. Didn’t try any of the food but for an average-fare menu the prices seemed on the steep side. Expect to pay between $15-18 for a meal at minimum. I liked the logo so I picked up a pint glass to add to my collection.