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Atwater Brewery

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237 Joseph Campau St, Detroit, MI 48207

(313) 877-9205

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Today: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tomorrow: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
16
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
“Founded in 1997, Atwater Block Brewery made its debut in Detroit, Michigan in the historic Rivertown district. The original owner’s reasoning and focus was to bring back the Bohemian style lager that Stroh’s Brewing Company had made famous in the mid 1800’s. The passion for beer started in 1848 when the first mass produced beer was bottled in the Detroit area. So although Detroit is known for being the Motor city, at one time Michigan had more production breweries than anyone in the country. Atwater wanted to re-invent that product back in 1997 of making German style Lagers. The owners purchased a Kasper Schulz, the oldest makers of brewing equipment in the world! It was purchased at a trade show in 1996 and by 1997 Atwater was producing beer!
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Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
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Extra Phones

Phone: (313) 888-9861

Fax: (313) 877-9241

Payment method
mastercard, amex, discover, visa
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Downtown Detroit, Rivertown - Warehouse District
AKA

Atwater Block Brewery

Atwater Brewing Company

Categories
Brew Pubs, American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Bars, Beer & Ale, Night Clubs, Restaurants, Taverns
Other Information

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

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Diane H.

09/07/2014

Overall

Don't go here for the food. There basically is none. But DO go here for some great microbrews! You are basically walking into a raw brewery with a few tables, a small bar, and a lot of huge vats for brewing. It is nothing fancy but usually our 1st stop for one beer or so when we are downtown!