I’ve been to many breweries and honestly tis is my personal favorite. The beer selection was vast and sampled 12 different beers and loved 11 of them. The food was very good as well. The only downside that I can see is it is not the cheapest place that I have been to, but sometimes you get what you pay for.
Great selection of beers, you can have the sampler of 6. They have special beers on draft that you can’t get in bottles, and had 4 cask beers yesterday. The special beers and cask beers were just outstanding. I always thought New Hollands beers were good not great, until this visit. They have really upped their game. They had a couple very good lagers, a rarity in brewpubs or US microbrewers, some great English style ales, a great farmhouse ale, and a barrel aged brown Belgian ale. The food was very good and the bar staff and patrons were nice. Drove out to the beach to watch the sunset over Lake Michigan then had a couple more rounds, and that is pretty cool. All in all a great place.
I’ve been to a few brewpubs in SE Michigan, but clearly they know what they’re doing over on the west side. It was awesome. Holland is a really cute little town, right off of lake Michigan. The food was great, the beer was better, and the waitress was cute and friendly. Picked up a few high gravity glasses, which were cheap, yet very high quality, and all of the staff seemed knowledgeable and really nice. I will definitely make this at least a once a year trip, if not 3 or 4 times. Cheers!
Went here during the summer of ’09 while visiting a friend. Had a Mad Hatter IPA with a grilled chicken salad. Great atmosphere and excellent beer selection, also a nice gift shop. Picked up a glass for my collection. Holland is a great town too--definitely recommend visiting.