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Rudbeckia Farm

3379 Lake Grove Rd,
Petoskey, MI 49770

Nestled in the rolling hills "Up North" above the 45th parallel in Petoskey, Rudbeckia Farm is situated on 190 acres with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and Walloon Lake. Rudbeckia has an alluring romance with each varietal wine they produce. They are constantly devoted to producing limited quantity, delicious artisanal wines, celebrating the passion from the vine to the emotion in the bottle. Rudbeckia Farms invite you to enjoy the try locally bottled and produced wine. 

Monday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Brew Pub | Bar

Google Reviews


Joseph Sanchez

3 weeks ago
Also Burnt Marshmallow brewery. Really interesting brewery, distillery winery hybrid. Interesting takes and flavors on everything. The beers and wines were very good. The spin dip was very thing and salty. I like it as it's an interesting take on spin dip, the spinach was very flavor forward. This is a good place to check out Recommended.

meg needle

a year ago
Wonderful, well made wine selections, cider and brews and distilled spirits too! Friendly service and beautiful rural views. Cool outdoor seating options including covered pavilions, bocce and curious domes. A really unique place to enjoy an escape with friends or family. Fun burning marshmallow porter! Be ready for their hands-free tech ordering system and plan ahead on their website.

Ben Z

4 months ago
I worry about people rating this place so highly. The consensus was the light, fruity beers were good, but medium to dark beer was meh at best. Service was awful, and the prices were obscene (even for yuppy central).

Jen Briggs

2 months ago
Great service and staff. We sat outside, listened to some relaxing live music, some of our party had some delicious cocktails and others sampled beer, wine and cider.

Travis Foster

3 years ago
A great place and recommend! We tried both beers and wines. Beers were good, favorites were the lavender lemon shandy and the nitro smore porter. Their white wines were very good, including their ice wine. Reds were a bit dry for our tastes, but still tasty. They have some food including flatbreads and bratwursts. You can buy a bucket of smore makings to roast over their fire pit, which we may have to do next time we return. The owners were attentive and knowledgeable and we had a great visit. Worth a visit and also dog friendly! Also they have two cute pigs that enjoy a visit!


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