Muskegon
Beverage Trail

 

18th Amendment Spirits Co.

The spirit of Muskegon rises again at Muskegon’s first craft distillery. Join them for craft cocktails, well-crafted food, and an unrivaled ambiance.

 

Bardic Wells Meadery

Michigan’s first licensed commercial meadery. Mead, sometimes called Honey Wine, is fermented honey and is the original alcoholic beverage predating both beer and wine.

 

Burl & Sprig by West Michigan Rum Company- Coming Soon

The West Michigan Rum company is a different kind of distillery driven by an unrelenting desire to create and design the highest quality artisan rums. Opening soon, their tasting room will be a great addition to Downtown Muskegon.

 

Fetch Brewing Company

Locally owned and operated community brewery crafting beer inside a 100-year-old bank building in downtown Whitehall. Small-town pride goes into the unique tape room, offering events throughout the year.

 

 

Rake Beer Project- Coming Soon

Rustic brewery and taproom serving progressive farmhouse ales.

 

Oceana Winery & Vineyard Muskegon Tasting Room

A boutique winery that passionately crafts wines and cultivates grape vines. Visit their tasting room for a sample of their award-winning wines.

 

Pigeon Hill Brewing Company

Pigeon Hill Brewing Company was founded with the intent of intertwining exceptional craft beer and our rich local history in a way that builds a deeper sense of pride in our great city. Their taproom offers a community atmosphere, live music, and craft beer.

 

Unruly Brewing Company

Unruly Brewing is known as the first brewery to brew beer in Muskegon since 1957. Offering a wide range of craft beer styles as well as an outdoor beer garden, live music, and free brewery tours anytime.

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