If you haven’t had a chance to stop by Greenbush Brewing Co. in Sawyer, MI., do yourself a favor and give them a try. I met up with Scott, owner/brewer a couple weeks ago (details to come), tried some beer and had a really great time. He mentioned that we should be seeing his beer getting distributed outside of tiny Sawyer, however I’m not at liberty to discuss any further details at this time. Needless to say, this is an extremely promising brewery, and will be a welcomed addition on shelves, once it happens.
One step closer to seeing their beer on shelves is the label approval process, which has been completed and is ready to go. Below is what I’ve seen so far, two of which I was able to enjoy on tap (RedBud & Closure). Closure is particularly interesting, because they brew it with different hops each time.
These people definitely don’t brew normal beer, something I fully embrace.
tracktor (Cream Ale, 6.1%)
RedBud (Wheat Ale, 6.1%)
Dunegras (IPA, 6.7%)
Distorter (stout-ish porter with a touch of porter-ish stout, 7.2%)
Closure (Pale Ale, 5.9%)