|Address:||149 W Liberty St, Plymouth, MI 48170, USA|
|Working:||3PM–12AM 3PM–12AM 3PM–12AM 3PM–12AM 3PM–1AM 11AM–1AM 12PM–12AM|
I was in town visiting friends and went to the bar for the first time on Friday, Oct. 04, 2013. The drinks were okay, a bit over priced but comparable with other bars. However, the service was absolutely horrible. We sat there for 10 minutes before our waitress came over to serve us, mind you, there were less than a dozen people in the bar. My drink would remain empty for at least 15 minutes before she would trudge over and ask if I needed anything. To make matters worse, they had the first game of the MLB playoffs on the small TV. She became increasingly agitated as the night went on and it was evident to everyone. At the end of the night she said "everyone has two minutes to get out," so I asked when they usually close and she said "a half hour ago." I then thanked her for allowing us to stay and watch the game and she proceeded to clearly mock me to the other waitress. Once she figured she had worked long enough she proceeded to turn off the TV with TWO OUTS LEFT! I understand there is a closing time but Ive never been in a bar one with a waitress that was so absolutely rude about it. People go to a bar for the experience, games and socializing included. To be made fun of and have her do everything but rudely push us out the door was very disrespectful. I understand people sometimes have a "bad night" but I have a feeling this woman has more than a few of those every week. I have never felt the need to write a review before but this woman made my experience horrible. Not going back.
A Private User
Great beer, Great service, Dont waste your money on the food. Very fortunate to have this in my backyard - excellent microbrews and smart, helpful service. just do yourself a favor - if youre hungry, take a few extra minutes and walk next door (Hermanns Olde Town) for some takeout - the limited menu at Liberty Street Brewing is extremely overpriced and mediocre. you will regret spending $7 on a half-cup of microwaved spinach dip; and even popcorn, which most bars offer for free, will run you $1 a basket. fill up on dinner elsewhere, then hit LSB for some amazing local beers!
Quiet little spot tucked away in rustic downtown Plymouth. A bit off the beaten path as far as location in the downtown area. The theme of the establishment is older and gives the place a really nice homey feel. Geared towards the afternoon business crowd. Solid variety of beer, the Pooh beer - honey porter coming in at a whopping 10%abv is an absolute must have. Food options are available, just basic bar snacks. Growlers, 6-packs, and kegs available for purchase. Definitely recommend checking out this place if youre looking to try some new quality beer brewed locally.
Beer is better than Budweiser but not nearly as adventurous as other craft brewers (Shorts, Bells, Atwater). Wine and ciders added to the board in recent years with gluten-free options as well. Great place for conversation and board games – kid and family friendly. Avoids the rowdy Sports Bar vibe with a single TV in the corner. Bottomless $1 popcorn; lunch/dinner menu is more snacks than full meals. Hidden menu: ask for the Windmill Cookie. Half beer, half cider, all good!
If you are looking for fine dining, do not enter this place. They do have a few things on the menu that you can order, which I think are microwaved. They allow you to bring in food, or order delivery. This place is unapologetically a brew pub. They do not cater to people who are hungry -with the exception of the popcorn. They simply make some great beer. I like the American IPA. But Ive tried the stout and porter and they are good too. My 3 year old loves the homemade root-beer.
Great local place with traditional pub atmosphere to grab a drink and chat. While a limited selection of bar snacks (pretzels, simple pizza, etc) they let you order delivery or take out from local businesses if you are feeling something else. Plus there are board games on hand for patrons to play at their table too! (battleship, chess, connect 4, and various trivia games.)
Great beer at a great value. Been a while since I went, but think its about $5 for a pint of good beer vs. $3 for a Miller Lite bottle two spots over at Hermans (no offense) - whats the right choice? How about both? Relaxing place to hang with friends for a bit and then if you want bar food or switch to cheaper beer, theres plenty of places in DTP that can fit the bill.
A Private User
Snob city. Bar tender dissapears into back room as soon as I approach the bar and is MIA for ten minutes. We have 8 people in our party and when the waitress finally arrives at our table she has an attitude. Mind you the place is almost empty. We drink our one beer and decide to leave and all have a good laugh at snob city beer co. What a joke.
Great local brewery. I have been going here on a regular basis for at least 4 years. Nice selection of regular and seasonal beers. Friendly waitstaff. Great place to play a board game or cards and drink a craft brew. Small TV and no food, although they will let you order delivery. Out door patio too
Only place I ever actually enjoy beer! They have some great brews, and they change them up all the time. I recommend the Punkin Pie Ale in the fall and the Liberty One. They also had a great one called Pooh Beer early in the year that I loved! Also try the Root Beer, and ask for some mixes!
I go to Liberty every Wednesday for the growler specials($10 fills). Our favorite server has been there for years and always remembers what we drink, is always friendly and helpful. The menu is very limited so eat before you go. Really nice selection of brews.
A Private User
It has been a pleasurable find for my wife and me. We are regulars because of the great beers but more important the wondereful staff. A great place to sit, relax and meet new people. Anyone who thinks the beer is over priced probably doesnt get out often.
Joining the mug club has its perks for those that go on a semi regular basis. The gluten free beer is out of sight and the cider isnt half bad either. Nice indoor atmosphere with a small outdoor seating area. A great place for the size of plymouth.
Every beer i have tried has been great. Can order half pints to sample variety. Wait staff friendly and helpful resources for the best selection of beer for your individual taste. Extremely reasonable prices.
A Private User
A place for the discerning beer palate. A standard serving is 20 oz. Most taps are > 6.5 ABV. Enjoy in moderation! An exceptional evening when combined with a pizza delivered from Compari.
Great local brewery. Come with friends and grab a board game to play while you drink their beers. They also have an all-you-care-to-eat, self serve popcorn machine for $1 or something.
Wednesday and Sunday have $10 Growler refill specials...Beer is fantastic and so is the atmosphere. Good neighborhood place to stop in and enjoy a brew and a conversation.
A real European-feel brewery pub, with a terrific choice of consistently excellent beers. Refillable popcorn is $1 and you can bring in food from neighboring spots.