Aimee Brooks

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Today is National Beer Day! Luckily Detroit provides plenty of places to celebrate! From nostalgic beers, to new breweries there’s no shortage of suds in the D. Bottoms up!

Brew Detroit 1400 Abbott

This Corktown collaborative turns out several small batch beers, hard seltzers, wine, and mead. Brew Detroit is also responsible for the revival of classic Detroit brews like Stroh’s Bohemian Lager and Altes beer.


Eastern Market Brewing Co. 2515 Riopelle 

Their website describes the brewery as an intensely local brewery that creates classics that continue the tradition of craft beer in the city of Detroit, plus one-of-a-kind beers with local flavor that only the freshest Eastern Market ingredients can provide.  Also, they deliver!

Jolly Pumpkin Detroit 441 West Canfield

This Ann Arbor brewery expanded into Cass Corridor. They’re known for their sour beers and pizzas!

Motor City Brewing Works 470 West Canfield

Known for it’s beer and brick oven pizzas. Be sure to check out their seasonal selections!

Detroit Beer Company 1529 Broadway Street

Laid back place to grab a beer near Comerica Park. Known for their Ales and IPAs.

Atwater Brewery 237 Joseph Campau Street

Famous for their Vanilla Java Porter and the Dirty Blonde

Batch Brewing Company 1400 Porter St

This popular Corktown spot features great food ranging from nachos to shepherd’s pie stew to dozens of beers regularly rotated on tap.

You could always stay in and celebrate with classic beers brewed in Detroit!

Stroh’s Beer Born in Detroit in 1850

Altes Original

Born on Detroit’s East Side in 1910, Altes was touted as “The beer that bewitches”.  In 2019 Altes returned to Detroit courtesy of Brew Detroit.

Feel like taking a road trip? My hometown of Toledo, Ohio also offers some amazing brews!

Maumee Bay Brewing Company 27 Broadway Toledo, OH

Located in the oldest continuously used building in Toledo, Maumee Bay Brewing is super haunted and has no shortage of tasty brews. Worth the ghosts and the drive.  Try a flight of their house brewed beers and be sure to pair it with a soft pretzel the size of a Buick. Seriously, an actual Buick.

Earnest Brew Works 4342 S Detroit Ave, Toledo, OH

Not only do they offer great brews like the Crunchy Hippy Granola Brown Ale, but a variety of local food trucks are on hand to graze from!

Toledo’s own brew, Buckeye Beer

Buckeye Beer was born in Toledo in 1838. It was eventually sold to Miller Brewing Company, and the original recipe became Miller Lite in 1972. Buckeye Beer was reborn in 2013 when Maumee Bay Brewing Co owner Jim Appold bought the name back and replicated the brew.

What are you waiting for? Beer me!