Black Forest Brew Haus & Grill
Ratings: 25 | Reviews: 18 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Frozensoul327:
4.15/5 rDev +12.5%
I've been going to this place at least once a year since 2003, and i've never written a beerfly review. Time to get to it!
This place is off the Main St. lane of Frankenmuth shops and stores, right near Bronner's Christmas Wonderland. Nice presentation, as the decor fits the German themed town very well.
The atmosphere is do-able. Nothing special, but not lacking either. A nice view of the brewing facilities from a dozen or so booths was well thought out. An appealing bar is also noted, with plenty of taps and seats.
The overall quality of the beers is quite good, considering this place is nearly unknown. Each beer was appropriate to the style and well crafted. It's obvious the guy making this beer cares about quality. The food is very good as well, with a wide variety of items from Surf and Turf, to burgers, brats and even Italian. Nice.
Service was cool. The waitress seemed to know about the beers and the menu, and offered man options when it came to food preparation. Definitly a step above what i've had at some other establishments.
Selection is good. You'll find something for everyone, including the kids (kid's menu is available). I could eat here several times a week and have something totally different each time. I like that.
Quality of the food was very good. I had the weekend lunch buffet, and every thing I had was great. The brats, beans, salads, potatoes, chicken, it was all very good and easily worth the 10 bucks I spent on it.
Overall value is great. Good beer, good prices, good food and good service. Wish this place was closer to my home. If you're on I-75, it's a 5 jot off the highway. Give them a try nextime you're in Mid-Michigan.
12-11-2005 23:32:21 | More by Frozensoul327
More User Reviews:
3.24/5 rDev -12.2%
Black Forest no longer brews their own beer. They do normally have 6 to 8 taps of Michigan craft beer. They are only open Friday - Sunday. A pint of Founders Centennial IPA costs $6 while a pint of Griffon Claw El Rojo costs $4.50. If you're there for dinner check out the sausage trio. Very disappointed that the brewing equipment was sold because the beer was some of the best in the area.
01-06-2014 15:44:09 | More by jz989
3.88/5 rDev +5.1%
Took family here and really enjoyed the experience. Food was tasty and beer selection was great. Sausage and cheese was big hit. Server was very friendly and brought us a number of tasters, as we are from out if town, and not familiar with their selection. Really liked the decor, felt like we had gone back in time. Busy on weekends.
09-13-2013 02:02:07 | More by Jodawn
Black Forest Brew Haus & Grill in Frankenmuth, MI
85 out of 100 based on 25 ratings.