Traveling Tuesday: Liberty Street Brewing – Plymouth, MI

Liberty Street Brewing is tucked away in Plymouth Michigan’s historic Old Village. It’s a neat little brewery with limited food selections and a nice relaxed atmosphere. I slipped in here one night on a business trip to sample their wares and was pleasantly surprised by what I found. It was quiet on the weekday night that I was there making it a great place to unwind.

The nice shiny brewery








The tap list












The friendly wait staff








I tried the sampler of what they had on tap at the time.








I sampled the Clementine Lemon Thyme (wheat),  Rye PA, Red Glare Amber Ale, and the Foreign Extra Stout.   The Rye is really sweet almost fruity but not extraordinarily bitter like I was expecting. All in all a very easy to drink rye pale ale. The Red has a nice caramel flavor with a light body and smooth finish.  The Stout has a smokey nose nice full Flavor of toast and chocolate with a medium body. The revelation of the evening was the Clementine Lemon Thyme wheat beer. It was a fruity ameican style wheat with a lot of citrus upfront but the addition of  thyme is amazing and something I never expected when I took the first sip. The beer all seemed to have almost a house flavor that could have been from some sort of house yeast. It was sweet but I had a hard time placing it.

I wish I had more time to spend and could have sampled some more but it was late and time to roll back to the Hotel. If you ever find yourself near Plymouth Michigan be sure to roll in for a pint. You won’t want to miss out on this unique little brewery.


– Jared