Beer, Wine & Spirits in Muskegon

31% Off Visit to Grand Rapids Beer Fest

Grand Rapids Summer Beer Fest

Heartside Park

$92.40 $64

Enjoy food and live music and sample beers from 60 breweries, including Munich's centuries-old Hofbräu München and the city's own Founders

Up to 78% Off In-Home Wine Tasting

PRP Wine International

Redeem from Home

$220 $49

Trained consultants pour six different wines while providing guests with background information, tasting tips, and pairing suggestions

Up to 51% Off Cider Tasting at Jaden James Brewery

Jaden James Brewery

Kentwood

$23 $11.50

Tasters sip hard ciders with such flavors as raspberry, peach, and sweet cherry, and take home a howler of their favorite

50% Off Off Wine-Making Class in Kentwood

HomeBrew & Hydroponics Hobby Shop

Kentwood

$134 $67

90-minute class takes students through the process of creating wine; students each take home five bottles of four different styles of wine

Up to 47% Off a Wine Tasting at Baroda Founders Wine Cellar

Baroda Founders Wine Cellar

Baroda

$16 $10

(17)

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

Up to 43% Off Beer Tasting at Sir James Pub

Sir James Pub

Port Washington

$28 $16

Pairs or groups of three share pints and tasting bottles; every two weeks, 10 unique beers are featured

50% Off Distillery Tour

Great Lakes Distillery

Walker's Point

$14 $7

(100)

A tour highlights the small-batch production of spirits such as gin, vodka, and whiskey and is followed by a tasting

Up to 43% Off American Fare at Horny Goat Hideaway

Horny Goat Hideaway

Bay View

$100 $60

(64)

Five-course meal paired with American craft beer

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In addition to sating stomachs with pulled-pork sandwiches and 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 a variety of wraps and sandwiches. 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 to complement sun-dried tomato and turkey sandwiches and soft pretzels.

500 E Division St
Sparta,
MI
US

During the Festival of Trees, the Muskegon Museum of Art opens its doors for guests to frolic through a winter wonderland of themed trees and seasonal décor. Partygoers can grab an hors d'oeuvre and jam along with a live blues band, a dance-floor motivator even better than pistols rhythmically fired at dancers’ feet. In time for snow season, staffers deck the halls of the museum with holiday decorations and custom-designed spruces to lighten the mood. Revelers can snag potent nog from the cash bar and take sips while viewing the mechanical movements of a model train set, or track down your pet scone's long-lost relative in the gingerbread village. During the festivities, patrons can explore the museum's hallowed halls, which contain exhibits including celebrated paintings, sculptures, and cultural artifacts.

296 W Webster Ave
Muskegon,
MI
US

Nestled along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Fenn Valley Vineyards & Wine Cellar capitalizes on the water's air-warming capabilities, growing tender grapes and crafting them into award-winning wines. Their 20th annual Wine Festival takes place on the winery's expansive lawn under a 4,000-square-foot tent pitched for the occasion. Revelers deepen the connection between their ears, noses, and throats with classic rock courtesy of The Trace, traditional Mexican fare and barbecue chicken and ribs, and a palate-wowing library of wines. Guests equipped with a souvenir glass can catch a ride on a People Hauler and move between three tasting stations set up throughout the vineyard, choosing between multiple small tastes or one full glass of a Fenn Valley oeno-explosion. Reds include the delicately fruity capriccio and the more robust merlot, while whites delight with an apple-kissed riesling and an ice wine sweeter than a pineapple Gummi Bear hitting a half-court buzzer beater.

6130 122nd Ave
Fennville,
MI
US

Wine-A-Palooza combines international wines with musical performance during a five-hour evening celebration. Attendees sample a selection of wines from around the world, testing their palate as they suss out the differences in each red and white. While sipping wines, they can also nibble on a variety of international dishes from the buffet. Live music fills the space with rhythms and harmonies, giving attendees a soundtrack to their wine tasting and purchasing experience.

Laketown Golf and Conference Center,6069 Blue Star Highway,6069 Blue Star Highway
Saugatuck,
MI
US

Our Brewing Company, a craft brewery in downtown Holland, has a hip vibe that harks back to the prohibition-era. Since their opening less than a year ago, some of their brews, such as their gunpowder-laced Pirate Stout and a series of intense IPAs, have made quite an impact on the local beer scene. By sourcing their ingredients locally, they are committed to making delicious beer.

76 E 8th St
Holland,
MI
US

At Hudsonville Winery, classics like white zinfandel and Pinotage are just the tip of the iceberg—the wine list also features fruity styles, such as kiwi pear, and a chocolate-raspberry dessert wine. Visitors sample these wines in a cozy tasting room, pairing their pours with appetizers created by Chef Tim of Pietro's. The small plates range from chicken fritters with asian ginger glaze to hearty pulled-pork sandwiches.

In addition to award-winning wines, guests can enjoy brews as well. The winery shares a building with Pike 51 Brewing Co., named after the old highway now called Chicago Drive. They craft their traditional, seasonal, and one-off beers, 15 of which are on tap, onsite in their family-owned brewery.

3768 Chicago Dr
Hudsonville,
MI
US