Petoskey Brewing is housed in the "Old Brewery," which was operational back in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Today this Michigan microbrewery offers hand-crafted beer, such as Hopscenity IPA, Petoskey Sparkle American Lager, along with a light food menu. Check out this Traverse Magazine feature for the incredible story.
Food menu here. Tap list here.
Open daily 11:30am - 9pm
Kitchen closes at 8:30
There’s lots to celebrate at Petoskey Brewing—a 10-year anniversary, the recent release of its first spirits and the opening of a second taproom in Cross Village. The new location, with generous outdoor seating, will be open six months a year, from Memorial Day to Halloween, serving both food and craft beverages. Fall’s most popular brews: Oktoberfest (a malty Märzen with hints of toffee and caramel) and Super Trooper (a coffee-and-donut brown ale). Pair either with a burger—Petoskey Brewing is known for its smashed patties on brioche buns. The Signature Burger features two Toski Sand’s beef patties topped with cheddar, Plath’s bacon and secret sauce.
Petoskey Brewing Cross Village
6352 N. Lake Shore Dr., Cross Village