Brewery Becker crafts fine artisan, historic Ales and Lagers, made right in the brewery and tap-room, located in downtown Brighton, MI.
We make tasty beverages all year long, but lots of our beers are limited releases, so grab em while you can.
Most of our beer is De-Glutenized, denoted by DG on the menu.
D.G. = De-glutenized
On Tap Menu, available now…
Vargdricka | A Scandinavian farmhouse ale. Based on the daily drink of the Vikings. A gruit ale, it is bittered with Juniper and Bog Myrtle. Rounds out with a light honey sweetness. A Brewery Becker favorite. 6.2% -DG
NEW! 1899 W.Y. S1 | A Victorian era Scottish sweet stout originally brewed by William Younger, Scotland’s largest brewery. A classic stout, brewed in collaboration with historian Ron Pattinson. 5.9%
Roggenbier | Regensburg’s answer to Munich’s Hefeweizen. A rich and smooth Rye ale. 5.0% -DG
Fruit Braggot | Intense fruit flavors dominate in this traditional braggot, a mix of finished beer and honey which is re-fermented. 18.7% -DG 5oz
Doppelbock | Dark, malty and strong; the traditional Lent and Christmas beer of Bavaria. The style was originally called Salvator, and drank during fasting. 8.1% -DG 12oz
Kölsch | A light and easy drinking beer. The traditional beer of Köln (Cologne) Germany. Very pale with subtle apple and pear notes and mild hop bitterness. A great summer drinker. 4.8% -DG
Re-Released! West Coaster | Modern west coast style IPAs are drier, less bitter, and have much more hop flavor and aroma. 7.1% -DG 12oz
NEW! Barley Wine | A traditional English barley wine aged for 6 months in barrels. Strong, moderate caramel notes, and a slight wine like tang yield a wonderful beer for the colder months. 12.1% -DG 8oz
Re-Released! Jörmungandr | A deep amber-brown with a distinct but balanced caramel character. A fading dryness gives way to a lingering sweet finish. A winter favorite. 10.2% 12oz -DG
Bitter | English Bitter is a light amber, moderately hoppy, low gravity beer. One of the most popular styles in England. 3.7% -DG
Bello Belgae | A strong Belgian ale. Meaning the “Belgian war”, this strong ale is fermented with a wild yeast harvested from the beach of Lake Superior. Dry, highly alcoholic, with notes of fruit and spice and hints of caramel. 11.7% -DG 8oz pour
NEWer! Chartier | A traditional mixed fermentation Framboise Lambic. Made with unmalted wheat, a traditional turbid mash, an extremely long boil, huge amount of aged hops, and a massive amount of raspberries. Barrel aged for nearly two years. Tart, Fruity, vinous, and a tad funky. 5.8% 750ml -DG $16.00
Most drafts are $5.50 w/ tax.
Most Growlers $12.00 w/ tax
Find out about Growlers, Kegs and all the beer we’ve made!
Growlers, Kegs & more Beer, oh my!
We fill Growlers, Kegs and Barrels. Visit our Artisanal Beer page to learn more about this and see our full list of beers we’ve made thus far.
You may bring in your own wine or carry-out food from local purveyors. We offer non-alcoholic beverages as well and a limited food menu. Visit our Experience page for more about this.
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