Brew & Spirits Self-Guided Tour

The Brew & Spirits self-guided tour is part of the Manistee County Tour Series.  This tour will take you to 13 establishments that serve either beer, spirits or wine.

Begin your Brew and Spirits Tour in the heart of Downtown Manistee right on River Street where you will have 5 locations that are all easily walkable. This can also be a great day – 1 of a 2 – day brew and spirits tour throughout the region.

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HOW TO TAKE THIS SELF-GUIDED TOUR

Explore by our recommended tour route - or - Explore on your own

Explore with our recommended route map

Enjoy the wine, spirits and Michigan craft beer in Manistee County and the surrounding region. We have outlined a complete 1 or two day tour for your self-guided enjoyment! Download the pdf here to access a route and list of participating establishments.

 

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Explore on your own

View the map and complete list of beer, wine and spirit tasting locations in the region. Explore on your own and enjoy the tastes of 1 or them all on your next trip to Manistee County.

 


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