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Online Ordering

CURBSIDE PICKUP- We will be open from 3pm-6pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday for Curbside pickup. All orders must be received before 5:30pm in order to pick up the same day. Any order placed after 5:30pm will be available the following business day that we are open. When you get to the brewery to pick up your order, please call the brewery (586-204-7752) and let them know you are there. Then please pop your trunk/unlock your tailgate and we will put the beer in there when we come out. Please have your ID ready for review and leave the window rolled up and display through the window. There will be a place when ordering online for a tip so if you want to tip our amazing staff, please do so there in order to make this a truly contact-free transaction.
DELIVERY- We will be delivering beer every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5:30pm-8:30pm. All orders must be submitted online before 5pm in order to be delivered the same day. Deliveries will occur between 6pm-8pm on a fastest route basis. Even though our online ordering lets you pick an exact time for delivery, just know it will be delivered within the two hour window of 6pm-8pm, and might not be at the time you select. Our delivery radius is approximately 5 miles at this time. When the delivery gets there they will leave the beer on the porch and ask to check ID. Please just hold the ID up through the screen/storm door, or nearest window for review. There will be a place when ordering online for a tip so if you want to tip our amazing staff, please do so there in order to make this a truly contact-free transaction.

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Location:
23401 Greater Mack Ave
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Phone – 586-204-7752

Hours:

Curbside – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 3pm-6pm

Delivery – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 5:30pm-8:30pm

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