Free dedicated parking here. Older big U-shaped bar and tables. My girl actual provided good service. Their website was spot on to what was offered both draft and bottle. The bottles are quite expensive. If they had something I would like to try I would come back.
As you can see from the picture, this place feels a bit dated. Everything from the brewery logo to the interior of the restaurant could use an overhaul. The service was solid if not a bit indifferent. They do excellent German styles which living in PA I always love to see. They had a lot of beers on but I wish they had more of their meads as well. It's a solid place but I'm not sure it's the beer mecca it once was.
Reviewed from notes. Rolling across country, as I got my orders from Maine to Alaska, my then wife needed to stop in Michigan to see relatives before we moved up there (Southeast Alaska). I was supposed to meet ratebeer user "Tectactoe" but Anthony texted me and said his car broke down that day. I had MBC’s Lunch for him, oh well. Anyways, I had some really nice beers by Kuhnhenn that day and they gave me water and I didn’t even ask. I walked away with their saison in a bottle that day. I have yet to meet Anthony, oh well, some day, maybe.
I had tasted Kuhnhenn Raspberry Eisbock and based on that I planned us an overnight stop in Warren so I could visit the place. I really had high expectations. The place is nice and the beers decent. But unfortunately they didn’t have anything comparable to Raspberry Eisbock. No food available. 20 beers on tap and flights (of 5) available. Not the best Michigan - a truly great beer state - can offer.
Kuhnhenn was one of my first favorite breweries back in the old days, and I’ve always considered it as kind of a mecca. Glad to finally make it after all these years and also glad to be the 150th place rating! Small parking lot behind was no problem early afternoon on a Saturday. The place is dominated by a large bar in the center. Tables around. Honestly a lot cleaner than I expected I didn’t try the food and the staff didn’t even try to make it sound good. A million taps, tons of styles. Flight of five was $13, pretty steep.Bottles to go also pretty steep. Quality of beers and meads was good, and, if variety is your thing, which is most likely is if you’re reading this, this is a great place. My expectations after so many years wasn’t met, but, I wasn’t let down either. This still remains an essential stop well worthy of going out of your way.
I’ve only been to Kuhnhenn one time, which was a stop-over on the way to a Tigers game in Detroit. Overall, wasn’t super impressed with this place. From a food perspective, I remember having popcorn and not much else. From a beer perspective, they obviously have great stuff on tap, which is the real reason to come here. Maybe I’ll be back, but if I never get the chance to that’s OK with me.
Visited Nov-2011. Open and full of windows to the industrial-like surroundings. We pulled up and found two guys brewing in the parking lot at the brew store next door. Visited on a surprisingly populated Sunday afternoon in November, most of the locals were sitting around the giant bar U watching the football game on the big screen. We tried a couple samplers and a delicious supreme pizza, served quickly and quite hot in the latter’s case. Great selection of their own beers. (4/9/13/9/8/16) 84
Un grand local qui maximise comme il peut son potentiel. Le côté boutique à l’entrée a plusieurs produits maison à part la bière mais je n’ai pas eu l’occasion de les essayer. Tout est grand dans cette salle, le bar, les tabourets, le plafond et la liste de fût. Un passage obligé si on passe par Sarnia.