Beer is versatile. No matter if it’s 100 degrees out or 15 below there’s a beer to suit the conditions in Detroit.
 
Beer also tastes great with food from just about any country. With thousands of varieties of beer in the world, beer connoisseurs have their work cut out for them.
 
Get a head start at our favorite places for beer selection in Detroit including Arbor Brewing Company Pub & Eatery and Ye Olde Tap Room downtown.

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Arbor Brewing Company Pub & Eatery

114 East Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1905
(734) 213-1393
www.arborbrewing.com‎

The best microbrewer in the state has a great restaurant on E Washington. There simply isn’t a bad ABC beer. For consistently high quality beer, look no further.

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Ye Olde Tap Room

14915 Charlevoix Street
Detroit, MI 48215-2561
(313) 824-1030
www.yeoldetaproom.com

If you’re on the eastside, this place is a must-visit. More than 250 beers from every corner of the world, no one has a larger selection.

Berkley Front

3087 12 Mile Rd,
Berkley, MI 48072-1301
(248) 547-3331
www.myspace.com

40+ beers and the entire under-30 population of Berkley jammed into one bar. Now that Michigan is smoke-free indoors, you can actually see the people you’re bumping into on a busy Friday night.

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Oak Café

1167 Oak Street
Wyandotte, MI 48192-4923
(734) 283-8380
www.oakcafe.com

It’s small, it’s packed, and it’s warm. So suck in your gut, hold your beer to your chest, and don’t wear a sweater. Over roughly 40 drafts and bottles upon bottles, it’s the best place to grab a beer (or two or three) Downriver.

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Old Chicago

15231 Trenton Road
Southgate, MI 48195-3167
(734) 282-8111
www.oldchicago.com

With 110 beers to choose from, you could come back every day for 3+ months and never get the same thing twice. And if you’re going to do that, join the World Beer Tour and get your name on the plaque. You’ll be among true American heroes.

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