Liberty Street Brewing Company opened in the historic Old Village Community of Plymouth in 2008. The brewery has…More an elegant atmosphere where people can enjoy a fine, hand-crafted beer. Happy hour is from 3pm to 7pm, Monday through Friday, and features 20 percent off of all beers.
The brewery provides a large assortment of crafted, small batch ales and lagers that are brewed on-site. A short list of food items are available. In addition, several local restaurants deliver other fresh meals right to your table.
The Upper Hall of the brewery can be reserved for private parties of up to 70 people. It's a large area with separate restroom facilities, a video system, wide-screen televisions and a small service bar.
The Sardine Room offers a raw bar with fresh oysters and seafood, along with small and large plate menus featuring…More American bistro fare. A rotating chalkboard menu draws on seasonal, locally sourced products, keeping daily specials fresh and regional. These sections of the menu, along with contemporary bar snacks and sides, let patrons dictate their dining experience. A meal can be constructed of any selection of snacks, sides, small plates, large plates, or raw bar items, providing an alternative to the formality of traditional ordering. Fresh crudos, artisanal country hams, and house made pates are served in whatever order the diner desires. Large plates such as kobe flat iron steak or bouillabaisse can be shared among a group or ordered as a meal unto themselves.
Beyond the kitchen, the bar features cocktails, an eclectic wine list and a Michigan-heavy selection of craft beers.
With a design that walks the line between big city sophistication and prohibition-era Americana, The Sardine Room gives nod to the contemporary while evoking the spirit of speakeasies, jazz clubs and seaside dives of bygone eras. Located directly across the street from Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth.
Valet parking and outdoor seating available on a seasonal basis.