One of the most celebrated and ancient beverages known to civilization is beer. Whether the beer is dark, lager, ale, stout, wheat, brown, fruit, honey, pale, light, red, or strong, there is a flavor for every pallet. Sit down with friends or complete strangers, grab a frosty mug, pour a beer, and celebrate. Spring, summer, fall, or winter, it is a good day for a beer.  Look to the Motor City for excellent beer and exotic accommodations to sate the wildest and most unyielding thirst.
Hopcat
4265 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 769-8828
www.hopcat.com

Hopcat is the place to be for beer lovers. There are over 100 craft beers and this bar. For a Belgian style, try Monkey King, White Hatter, or Michigan Cherry Triple. For Perrin, taste Perrin IPS or Hop Devil. For a Cider experience, try Apple Pearl Hard Cider. Note, there are so many more options than what has been listed. Enjoy sampling each beer while matching with a perfect appetizer. Your taste buds will be happy, bellies full, and memories made while drinking quality beer, meeting people, and having a good time. Grab a beer at Hopcat and call it a good night.

Atwater Brewery
237 Joseph Campau St.
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 877-9205
www.atwaterbeer.com

It’s not about what’s for dinner, it’s about what’s to drink. Atwater Brewery has been in business for more than 18 years and knows quality beer. Seasonal beers include Cherry Stout, Summer Time Ale, and Bloktober. Year round beers are Dirty Blonde, Decedent Dark Chocolate Ale, and Hop-A-Peel. Single batch series is Shaman’s Porter and VJ Black. Taste a beer and learn from the best bartenders about what to try. Experience, enjoy and come back for more beer.

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Ye Old Tap Room
14915 Charlevoix St.
Detroit, MI 48215
(313) 824-1030
www.yeoldetaproom.com

There are so many beers, which means there are so many choices, where to begin? Choose the style of beer or choose the country the beer comes from. Then start diving down to match personal taste preferences. Ale beers includes Bells Amber, Dark Horse Black Beer, and Fat Tire New Belgium. Try a stout like Bells Kalamazoo or Old Rasputin, Imperial. Lagers include Rolling Rock, Stroh’s, and Sam Adams. There is no need to be in want while trying beer at Ye Old Tap Room. The selection is great and the beer is good.

Grand Trunk Pub
612 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 961-3043
www.grandtrunkpub.com

With a unique history, this pub started as a jewelry store in 1879, then became a ticket office in 1910. It turned into a bar in 1935. It’s considered a historical landmark that has a rich history. They serve as many Michigan beers as possible. Featured beers are Bell’s Expedition and Schmohz Bonecrusher. On tap options include Bell’s Oberon, New Holland Dragon’s Milk, and Arbor Framboozeled Red. Grab a bottle such as Two Hearted Ale, Founders Harvest Ale, or Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere. Don’t just come here for the beer. Come to this pub for the experience. Enjoy the history. Taste the beer. Make it an event that is worth coming back for on a regular basis.

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Detroit Beer Company
1529 Broadway St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 962-1529
www.detroitbeerco.com

This pub is located near Comerica Park and Ford Field, making it a great location for any occasion. There are two floors. Get comfortable. Order a beer, and enjoy the unique and tasty food options available. Every bite and sip is worth the experience.

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