Elk Brewing– Pick up packaged beer and crowler/growler/howler refills from 4pm-7pm daily.
Founders– Curbside pickup available by calling 616-325-2855, the order pickup window is Monday-Friday 1-7pm
Gravel Bottom Craft Brewery– Order online for take-out food and beer and a limited number of take-and-bake food selections are available for pickup from 3pm-8pm Tuesday-Thursday and noon-8pm Friday-Saturday.
Mitten Brewing– Open for beer and food to go from 4pm-8pm Monday-Thursday and noon-8pm Friday-Saturday. Also has gluten free and vegan options.
New Holland – The Knickerbocker– Curbside pickup and online ordering. In addition to food, packaged beer, spirits, and crowler/growlers, you can now purchase hand sanitizer for curbside pickup! Visit newhollandbrew.com/online-ordering to see our menu and place an order.
Perrin Brewing– Check out online for full food & beer to-go menu: bit.ly/perrinpubmenu Call Pub at 616-551-1957 We’re accepting credit card payment over the phone or when you stop in to pick-up to eliminate cash hand-to-hand transactions. Confirm pick-up time between 11am-8pm
Pike51– Food and alcohol available for takeout or delivery. Call (616) 662-4589 to order. Hours: Monday – Saturday 12-8pm
Railtown Brewing– Open for carry-out food and beer! Monday-Saturday noon til 8pm! 616-881-2364 or 616-803-0153.
Rockford Brewing– Open for takeout, curbside, or delivery. Call: 616-951-4677 text: 616-439-0417 Kitchen Hours: Mon – Thurs: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Schmohz Brewing– Open Saturdays from 1pm-6pm for beer takeout and curbside service.
The People’s Cider Company– To-go cans of cider are available for pickup and local delivery from 5pm-8pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Third Nature Brewing– We’ll be delivering within a 5-mile radius of the brewery and we’ll have curbside takeout. Enter your order in online or call and we’ll run it out to you when you get here. Growlers & to go cans are included in our delivery and available for takeout!
Thornapple Brewing Co– Order curbside beer and food for pickup or delivery (within five miles) from noon-8pm Monday-Thursday, noon-9pm Friday, 11am-9pm Saturday and 11am-8pm Sunday. Free hand sanitizer with a $25 order.
Trail Point Brewing– Order beer for curbside pickup or delivery from 4pm-8pm Wednesday-Friday and 1pm-5pm Saturday.
Two Guys Brewing– Order online for food and beer pickups. Monday – Thursday 03:00 PM – 08:00 PM, Friday – Saturday 12:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Vander Mill– Order cider, donuts and merchandise for pickup at Grand Rapids and Spring Lake locations from 1pm-4pm Saturdays. https://vandermill.com/shop/
WhiteFlame Brewing– Beer takeout – cans, bottles, growlers and howlers – every Tuesday and Friday from 4pm-7pm
Wisemen Distillery– Hand Sanitizer for sale $21 per gallon. Spirit bottle sales available from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday. Curbside pickup, call 616-805-7003 to order or email: MIRANDA@WISEMENDISTILLERY.COM
The band Foreigner is playing in Grand Rapids, MI August 11 at Meijer Gardens but before that a few of the band plan to have a beer or two at Broad Leaf Brewery tickets go on sale July 18th and will probably sell out fast but sure sounds like an interesting and fun experience!
Wise Men Distillery Grand Opening is today! I stopped by to taste their moonshine and found it all very good. They currently have: Vodka, Gin, Rum, Apple Pie Moonshine. I even bought a bottle of their Apple Pie Moonshine! Conveniently located on the same strip as Cascade Winery/Jaden James Brewery you can certainly get a good buzz on now.
The Hideout is Closing per a facebook post on their official page:
Unfortunately after over 13 years of operation The Hideout is closing. Friday and Saturday March 15-16th will be the Hideout Goodbye Party and Sunday March 17th, St Patrick’s day, will be the last day the Hideout is open. We are excited about seeing all of the old regulars one last time at the brewery and hope that everyone has a great time!
Please make sure to get your mug to take home if you are a mug club member. Please also spend any gift cards that you have, they will be accepted while we are operational.
Many people have asked why were are closing and not finishing a sale. We have been working hard to sell The Hideout with a number of buyers since June. We had finalized all of the details with a buyer but they were unable to get rights to the building.The owner of the building has been unwilling to negotiate with any of our potential buyers. They have been unwilling to give any buyer a price to have a new lease or land contract. Because of this, we have been unable to sell the business as a whole and are left with no option but to close the doors.
We will be selling all of the equipment and assets of the brewery. Some of the equipment stays with the building, but the rest is all for sale. The Brew Kettle, Mash Ton, two out of three walk in coolers, and some additional equipment is not for sale, everything else is available. You can contact me directly by email or text me to setup a time to come look at the equipment. firstname.lastname@example.org 616-389-9900 I will be posting specific pieces on craigslist and send another email with more details.
“Providing The High End Beer Tour Experience” Grand Rapids Brewery Masters aims to provide an all inclusive tour that gives an in depth experience of the best breweries in Grand Rapids by partnering with the top craft brewers and offering exclusive access and behind the scenes experiences. From an ala carte single brewery tour to an all day experience that covers multiple breweries and includes dinner and appetizers they can give you the exact beer tasting adventure you desire.
Grand Rapids Beer Trolley is open for business! This is a hop on hop off type beer tour on a sweet trolley. Only $15.00 for unlimited rides per day this looks like a good deal. The trolley stops at 9 different Grand Rapids breweries and the website even has a ‘Trolley Tracker’ so you know where it is at all times! Single ride passes are only $5 but you might not get a spot if they have a full trolley. This looks like a neat addition to the GR brewery scene so check it out and let me know how you like it!
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12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
City Built Brewing will finally open 11 a.m. Saturday, May 27 after more than a year delay. Located at 820 Monroe Ave in the North Monroe district this brewery fills a gap left by Founders when they left the Brassworks building 10 years ago.
City Built will start off with a five-day-a-week schedule: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, and noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday.
The 2,300-square-foot space has a 10-barrel brewing system, a kitchen, a 180-seat taproom and a meeting room, dubbed The Second Ward, available for large groups and business meetings.
The food will have Puerto Rican style and the brewer favors experimentation with unusual herbs and spices to create flavorful, idiosyncratic beers.
So if you are still in Grand Rapids this Memorial Weekend, visit City Built Brewing and welcome them to Beer City!
St. Patricks day 2017 is fast approaching (March 17th) and we’ve contacted all the local breweries to find out who is having specials/events/music to celebrate. Obviously Irish on Ionia is the main St Patty celebration in GR but that is actually happening on the 18th this year, so that means double the boozing! The best place for up to date information is your favorite breweries Facebook page or of course right HERE as we will keep this list updated! Continue reading Grand Rapids Breweries St Patricks day events list 2017→