Flight of beer at Eternity Brewing
Take this delicious craft beer road trip, from Grand Rapids to Detroit

July 14, 2020 | Story by: Amy Sherman

July is Michigan Beer Month, and it’s the perfect time to get out there and explore some of the over 300 breweries and brew pubs that our beautiful state has to offer. The I-96 corridor from Grand Rapids to Detroit has a plethora of great places to stop for a beer or some mouthwatering food.

This road trip features four breweries from Livingston County.

At Aberrant Ales, they suggest trying the “Hazy D and the Boyz” a NE IPA featuring tangerine and fruit punch notes, or the light and easy “Cream Ale”, a gateway beer that everyone will like.

At Block Brewing, there are over 20 beers on tap to choose from. The Howell location is close to I-96, making it a perfect spot for travelers.

At Eternity Brewing, try these uniquely named brews: What the Pils?,Brick Had a Trident, Ex’s and Oats, Pretty Fly For a Wheat Chai, Teenage Ryeot

At Brewery Becker, enjoy a brew on all three stories of the regal, historic building.

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