Liberty Street Brewing Company began in concept back in 2006, and finally became a reality in the fall of 2008.  We provide an elegant atmosphere where people can enjoy a fine, hand crafted beer.

Liberty Street Brewing Company is located at 149 W. Liberty Street in Plymouth, Michigan’s Historic Old Village area.  This is the quieter, more historic and classic section of Plymouth.  Most of the homes and buildings in this area are more than 100 years old, and have many stories to tell.  The building that houses our main tasting room was built in the 1890’s, and some nearby buildings are even older.

Liberty Street Brewing Company attracts beer lovers from all over the state of Michigan, Plymouth is a vibrant community that has many events throughout the course of the year. Please see our events page for more details for upcoming events in our upper hall and other Plymouth events.

Our focus is to provide a large assortment of crafted, small batch ales and lagers through an exceptionally service oriented waitstaff.  We also offer a short list of regularly available food items during all hours of operation, and have special food items to be served during happy hour, weekends and special occasions.  Several local restaurants  deliver other fresh meals right to your table – just ask us for their carry-out menus.

The Liberty Street Upper Hall can be reserved for private parties for up to 90 people.  It is a large area – Happiness-with separate restroom facilities, and a small service bar.  The Upper Hall has a sound and video system that can be used for business presentations, home movies, etc.  Inquire for details.

The structure on the left is 149 W. Liberty Street built Circa 1887. In 1885 this property belonged to William Markham who was famous in the Air Rifle Industry, that year he sold it to Peter Gayde who was a Plymouth business owner who happened to own a store just a few doors down. Peter Gayde purchased this property to build the structure you see today for his Son William. This building was originally the Butcher Shop of William Gayde which operated for several years. Peter passed away in 1901 and the deed was transferred into William’s name in 1909. This structure has seen a number of occupants through the years but today it’s now the home of Liberty Street Brewing and is well worth checking out. Even if you’re not a drinker, it’s a great piece of Plymouth History worth stopping in to see.