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Our current hours:

Day Dine-in Food Carry-Out and Delivery Alcohol Delivery Beer Garden (weather) Order Hours
Sun 10-9 12-8 5-8 12-9 12-7:30
Mon Closed Closed Closed Closed
Tues 4-10 4-9 5-8 4-10 4-8:30
Wed 4-10 4-9 5-8 4-10 4-8:30
Thur 4-10 4-9 5-8 4-10 4-8:30
Fri 12-11 12-10 5-8 12-11 12-9:30
Sat 12-11 12-10 5-8 12-11 12-9:30

Limited Release Thursday Plan

Plan is to release at a sixtel of beer on each Thursday May through October. When that keg is empty, that beer is gone until another day of sorts – another Thursday or another batch brewed

September 24 Black is Beautiful Imperial Stout
October 1 Mishabooz An Alehouse Favorite
October 8 Lallybroch A Wee Heavy
October 15 Black is Beautiful Imperial Stout
October 22 Javine Gold Medal Winner
October 29 Black is Beautiful Imperial Stout

Beers Now on Tap

10 Great Brews ready to wet your waiting lips.

Boss Pils

Czech-Style Premium Pilsner

Wheat Heart



Kentucky CommonCommoner's Ale

Centerfield Sensation

Belgian Farmhouse Saison


American Stout

Deja Brew

A zingy, sharp and dry American Brown Ale.

MacKnauf's 80 Shilling Ale

Scottish Ale

Blue Racer

A tasty Blueberry Honeywheat with absolutely zero IBU


New England IPA

Mooneye IPA

American IPA that's a bombshell of West Coast hops.

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Releases within next two weeks:

Baby Boo: Pumpkin Spice Ale

5.4% ABV 71 IBU

Baby Boo has the full savor of roasted pumpkin because it’s right in the mash. And has an aroma of fresh ginger root, with spicy hints of roasted nutmeg, cinnamon and molasses. Zesty orange lingers on the palate to create a smooth, easy finish in this traditional fall beer. This beer was inspired by the world's greatest piemaker -- Ted's grandma.

Streetcar No.10: Pre-Prohibition American Lager

4.6% ABV 24 IBU

This easy drinking American Pilsner is our take on the beer that German-American brewers, often trained in Germany, brewed more than a hundred years ago during the Golden Age of American Lagers. It was brewed in the European style but with American grains, including a portion of corn to dilute the high protein level of domestic six-row barley, and American hops. The resulting beer is quaffable (süffigheit) and refreshing, but way more characterful than watered-down modern versions. Named after a Streetcar that ran between Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.

Michigan Beer Fight Song
from the Beer Garden on Washington

Ted Badgerow, brewer, YPSI Alehouse

rain or shine, it's always pouring at the YPSI alehouse