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Petoskey Brewing Company

1844 Harbor-Petoskey Road,
Petoskey, MI 49770

It’s hard to miss the Petoskey Brewing building on M-119, which was built in 1898 and brewed until 1915. In 2012, the brewery was restored and reopened. The seasonal Cranium Crush Waffle Cone Raspberry Cream Ale is a great blend of fresh raspberries and actual waffle cones. This unique brew is a great seasonal beer that’s smooth and great for summer. If you are a IPA fan, Hopsessed Double I.P.A. is a bold blend of citrus and Simcoe dry hop. This beer’s high bitterness is somewhat toned down by the caramel used in the malted barley. Petoskey Brewing also offers a full menu with delicious burgers and sandwiches. Click here to view the beer list. 

Monday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Brew Pub / Bar Family Dining

Google Reviews


Jon Jen Wolfe

in the last week
We recently had the pleasure of visiting Petoskey Brewing Company, and it was an exceptional experience from start to finish. The selection of beers was impressive, showcasing a wide range of flavors and styles that cater to every palate. Each brew was crafted to perfection, making it hard to choose a favorite. The food was equally delightful, with a menu that perfectly complements the fantastic beers. Every dish we tried was delicious, fresh, and well-prepared. It’s clear that the kitchen puts a lot of care into their offerings. What truly set our visit apart, though, was the outstanding service. Our waitress was incredibly friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive. She went above and beyond to ensure we had a great time, making us feel welcome and valued. Her recommendations were spot on, and her warm personality made the entire experience even more enjoyable. Petoskey Brewing Company is a gem that combines great beers, delicious food, and top-notch service. We can’t wait to come back and enjoy it all over again!

Steve O'Brien

2 weeks ago
Great tasting smash burgers! Lots of options and crispy fries. The cheese curds were very good. The views in the back are beautiful and a great view of northern Michigan. I would go back in the future.

Adam Stout

8 months ago
Tried this wonderful establishment out for the first time and I must say. Absolutely amazing the staff and atmosphere where perfect. Our server was so funny and kind and definitely took great care of us. We came appon the restaurant threw a family member who use to live up in the area. So my family and friends wanted to try it out before hitting up the tunnel of trees for our first time and I'll just say. This made out time that much better. Will most definitely be returning with more friends and family. Next year

Joe Kemphaus

in the last week
This place was great! Right on a very beautiful bike trail. The overall atmosphere and feel of it is a bit too big for my taste and breweries. But the staff was extremely nice! The beer was great. And the food was good. Hit the spot after a 46 mile bike ride! Had some unique ones there too. And very standard ones too. Highly recommend!

chaddy andrew

4 months ago
My significant other and I were in the area and wanted to find a tasty spot! This one didn’t impress me much in the end, but it sufficed. The inside seemed small and cozy in a quirky way. We got the Parmesan Garlic Fries to share. These were Beer-batter fries and they were served with a side of ranch dipping sauce. They were $9.00 and they ended up being good. I ordered the Pesto Chicken for my main food item and it was $16.00. It had Smoked pulled chicken, sun-dried tomato, fresh sliced mozzarella, basil pesto and garlic aioli on a hoagie bun. It was served with potato chips & a pickle spear. The sandwich sure was tasty, but it was small. I expected it to be bigger for the price it was. The chips and pickle spear were both decent. For my first drink, I went with the 1898, which was a Lager - American Light. It was 16oz for $6.00. It had a crispy taste and I enjoyed it. We shared the Red Brick Hard Cider, which was a Cider - Traditional. This one was 16oz for $6.00. The flavor was smooth and it made for a calm drink. We also tried the Michigan Cherry Hard Seltzer. It was 16oz for $5.00. I thought it was simply alright. It didn’t throw off too much flavor in my opinion. We had to try the Michigan Cherry Spritzer before we left. It was made with Petoskey Brewing vodka, dash of bordeaux cherry juice, Petoskey Brewing Cherry Seltzer and a Bada Bing Cherry for $8.00. It was okay. It wasn’t anything special! The service was good at first, but slowly declined. It ended sour with false pricing! Overall, this was a nice place to try, but not worth another visit. The portion sizes didn’t match the prices. Date of visit: 3/18/24

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