New Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. Clinton Township Taproom Up and Humming

Kuhnhenn Brewing Co., one of the best known and fastest growing Michigan breweries, is enjoying robust business in its new Clinton Township Taproom.

Located at 36000 Groesbeck in Clinton Township, the Taproom features seating for 280 in a handsome and well equipped 45,000 square foot facility.  In addition to the Taproom, the new Kuhnhenn's location has a full-scale production and distribution facility, which also has a full kitchen.

Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. crafts house made beer, wine, mead and other distilled products.  The menu includes artisan sausages, charcuterie and cheese boards, small plate items and a new lunch menu to complement its craft beverages.

According to Jon Piepenbrok, Kuhnhenn vice president of marketing and sales, the company created 60 new hourly and four new salary positions to staff the new location.  The original location at 5919 Chicago Road in Warren is also continuing operation, where it produces small-batch beers, while the Clinton Township location brews large batches for distribution.  The products are available in draft form only for the immediate future.

Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. was founded in 1998 as a homebrewing supplies store, with the brewery becoming licensed in 2001.  

For more information, visit their website at www.kuhnhenn.beer.  

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