Beer, Wine & Spirits in Comstock Park


$146.99 for Pedal-Pub Cruise for Eight on March 21–April 28, 2015 ($280 Value). 33 Options Available.

Great Lakes Pub Cruiser

Grand Rapids

Pedal pubs are equipped with stereos and an iPod hookup; Groupon is valid for eight people, but can seat 16

$280 $146.99

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Credit Toward Wine at 12 Corners Vineyards 37% Off

12 Corners Vineyards

Multiple Locations

Sip on wines such as riesling, cabernet franc, merlot, and traminette

$27 $17

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Wine Tasting and Architectural Tour for Two or Four at the Henderson Castle Winery (Up to 55% Off)

The Henderson Castle Bed & Breakfast

French Restaurant at the Henderson Castle

Sample six of Henderson Castle’s estate-label wines, such as meritage and riesling, and tour the castle, which was established in 1895

$94 $45

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Up to 45% Off VIP Winter Wine Tour & Tasting at St Julian Winery

St. Julian Winery

Paw Paw

From the merchant: You will receive a 1 on 1 guided tour of the winery, exclusive tasting from the barrel & 6 wines paired with cheeses.

$40 $24

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Baroda Founders Wine Cellar (Up to 47% Off)

Baroda Founders Wine Cellar

Founder's Wine Cellar

Each guest samples seven wines, five classic varieties and two speciality wines, during the winery visit

$16 $10

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Private Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Chateau Aeronautique Winery (Half Off)

Chateau Aeronautique Winery

Chateau Aeronautique Winery

After a winery tour, guests sample wines fermented from Michigan grapes paired with snacks alongside an airplane hangar and grass runway

$100 $50

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Distillery Tour with Fine Spirits Tasting for Two, Four, Six, or Eight at Virtuoso Distillery (Up to 50% Off)

Virtuoso Distillery

Virtuoso Distillery

Tour and tasting of a distillery that makes fine spirits using American rye that’s distilled 18 times

$16 $9

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Select Local Merchants

In addition to entertaining ears with live music, Cellar Brewing Company's dedicated staff fills glasses with libations fresh from its microbrewery, winery, and artisan distillery. The restaurant's plush, leather sofas sit beneath its rust-hued ceiling, and at a blond-wood bar, bartenders serve house brews and signature cocktails, mixed with their top-shelf liquors. A glass of stout awakens taste buds craving a darker brew, and the cellar's servers pluck bottles of Michigan Apple Delight wine directly from in-house wine trees.
500 E Division St
Sparta,
MI
US
When Bill White and his future wife, Jenn, first moved in together, they soon realized they had one possession in common: a Williams Brewing kit. It wasn't long before the couple started homebrewing in their garage, a hobby that gradually transformed into White Flame Brewing Co., the first brewery in the formerly dry city of Hudsonville. Specializing in American-style ales, the microbrewery now yields everything from a spicy rye ale to a chocolaty oatmeal stout. Thirteen beers and one cider grace the company's 48-seat taproom, where visitors can sample pours and catch the game on flat-screen televisions throughout the bar. In-house cooks craft a handful of bar bites, though White Flame invites guests to order delivery from nearby restaurants, too.The brewery even sends patrons on their way with beers-to-go in quart-sized howlers, half-gallon growlers, or beer-filled kiddie pools.
5234 36th Ave.
Hudsonville,
MI
US
For tasty American fare, head to Mountain Town Station for a sandwich and side. Score low-fat and gluten-free eats at Mountain Town Station. You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from Mountain Town Station's full bar to top off your meal. Families will feel right at home at Mountain Town Station with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. If you're having a party, no need to stress out about cooking, cleaning or getting tables and chairs, have your party at Mountain Town Station instead. Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Mountain Town Station for their catering services. Parking is available at an adjacent lot. If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant. Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30.
506 W Broadway St
Mount Pleasant,
MI
US
After respective careers as a research scientist and an educator, Larry and Pam Satek were ready to settle into retirement. They anticipated relaxing on the plot of land purchased by Pam's great-grandfather in 1915—a verdant space that had matured from an apple orchard into an overgrown tangle, and which the Sateks turned into a commercial vineyard where other Indiana wineries bought their grapes. Now that they had escaped the daily grind, the Sateks' plan was to begin crafting their own wine. They did so with well-recognized aplomb, and soon, their "retirement business" was winning awards at the INDY International Wine Competition. In the past three years, almost 80% of their wines have medaled—the 2012 contest alone landed them 23 awards, including two Concordance Golds, which signify a unanimous decision by the judges. Their success is hardly surprising, though, if one looks at the descriptions of their wines. They deem their Old Vine red zinfandel "a searing of lightning and poetry," and liken the sweet Mango Mania to "sunshine in your glass." The Sateks remain continually tapped into the community in an effort to share these wines, many of which are made from exclusively locally grown fruit. Their Twitter feed and Facebook page keep fans posted regarding new releases and suddenly sold-out varieties, and those hoping for a closer look can take a tour of the vineyard and bottling facilities. Additionally, special events such as dinners and pairing classes teach visitors how to expertly marry sips to bites without disappointing both of their families.
6208 N Van Guilder Rd
Fremont,
IN
US
The sommeliers of the recently opened Rogue River Winery, under the management of Jay Johnson, want their guests to learn about and love wine as much as they do, even providing do's and don’ts of wine drinking on their website. They fill appropriate glassware with blends created on the premises, which are perched atop the wooded banks of the Rogue River, and also pour notable wines and sangria from neighboring Michigan vineyards. A tasting room with burgundy walls, a reflective double-sided bar, and soft contemporary lighting welcome guests for leisurely wine-and-cheese tastings, and visitors can also enjoy a spacious outdoor patio. The winery also hosts corporate events, as well as bachelorette parties where brides-to-be can blend their own wine.
10 East Bridge Street Northeast
Rockford,
MI
US
Cherries from Michigan bedeck rainbow trout from a farm in Harrietta. Mrs. Dog’s Disappearing Mustard, from Grand Rapids, drapes across sausage made from lamb raised on a family farm in McBain. Though many of the ingredients at Bar Divani are local, the chefs draw culinary influences from around the world. They dunk Bay of Fundy salmon in walnuts and apple horseradish relish, and combine dollops of aged cheddar-cheese grits with small plates of cajun-spiced black tiger shrimp. The trio of lamb sliders prance through a range of flavors, from sweet cinnamon honey yogurt to pickled carrot and pistachio butter. The earthy scent of simmering bourbon barbecue sauce suits the warmly hued dining room, where light dances off rich wooden accents. An illuminated wine cellar showcases 40 varieties, allowing patrons to find the ideal pairing for any dish or discretely cheat through the Wine Connoisseur Weekly crossword. Servers cut among bronze columns beneath exposed-brick walls, leaving a wake of aromas that hint at alligator and exotic grains of paradise as they visit curved booths swaddled in ornate fabrics.
15 Ionia Ave SW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
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