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Hideout Brewing Company

3113 Plaza Drive, Grand Rapids

Food or Beer Tastings for One, Two, or Four at Hideout Brewing Company (Up to 44% Off). Five Options Available.

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Highlights

Samples showcase some of the craft beers made at the brewery, paired with a drink of beer, mead, or wine per person and take-home growlers

About This Deal

Choice of:

  • Tasting for Two: Five-Sample Beer Flight, Two Drinks, and a 64-oz Growler to go
  • Tasting for Four: Two Five-Sample Beer Flights, Four Drinks, and Two 64-oz Growlers to go
  • Lunch for Two: Two Sandwiches, Two Sides, Two Beers
  • Flight for One: One Five-Sample Beer Flight
  • Meal for One: One Entree and One Side

Each tasting pair receives:

  • One beer flight featuring five samples of house-brewed beers
  • Two glasses of beer, mead, or wine
  • One take-home 64-oz growler

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 voucher per group of 2 and 1 voucher per group of 4. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Hideout Brewing Company

Once each new batch of beer has passed through Hideout Brewing Company's 280-gallon system, brewers transfer it from fermentation drums into kegs one by one. The hands-on process takes time, but brewmasters still manage to keep The Hideout's 32 taps filled. Drafts like the Smuggler's Hazelnut Stout and the Gangster IPA are available year-round, thought most of the bar's selection rotates among specialty and seasonal beers, as well as occasional hard ciders and meads. The brewers are often playful with different styles of beer, steeping chocolate and jalapeños or using wild yeasts that build a complex maze of flavors.

Along with food from outside vendors, Hideout's pours pair well with a modest menu of bar snacks such as mini tacos, corn dogs, and soft pretzels. Drinking and dining commences on the main floor, where Prohibition-era photographs surround weekly rounds of board games and chess. Karoake wednesdays feature locals on vocals while Saturdays bill live bands for entertainment. Competitive shouts can always be heard drifting from dartboards, and there’s also a horseshoe pit in Hideout's backyard garden, where steeds respectfully leave their hoofwear before coming inside for a drink.