Save $5 at the beautiful Tahquamenon Falls Brewery & Pub, a spectacular brewery with fine dining and rustic charm, located at the Upper Tahquamenon Falls, 14 miles west of Paradise. This coupon is also good at our Camp 33 Gift Shop where you'll find all kinds of unique 'up north' gifts.
A fine selection of micro brewed beers and gourmet foods will tantalize your tastes. Guests of Tahquamenon Falls Brewery & Pub will also have the opportunity to experience our large Camp 33 deck with fireplace and the Camp 33 Gift Shop.
Visitors come from all over the world to experience the distinctive quality of our Porcupine Pale Ale, Wild Forest Mushrooms, and Fruit of the Forest Pie, just to name a few. Our famous and locally caught Whitefish will fill your vacation with a fantastic food experience.
Each meal is carefully prepared with fresh herbs, spices, and garnished with vegetables.
Our Upper Michigan Brewery is unique. The rustic long bar and micro brewery equipment tempt your interest immediately. Our micro brewed beers are available in collectible 1/2 gallon bottles.
Micro Brewed Selections
Black Bear Stout
Porcupine Pale Ale
Raspberry Wheat Ale
White Pine Pilsner
& Blueberry Wheat Ale
(Only in August)
|Try one of our specialties:
Sauteed Trio of Fresh Mushrooms
Deep Fried Dill Pickle Spears
Brew Pub Beer Battered Onion Rings
Smoked Fish Salad
Wild Rice Soup
Brew Pub Cheese Soup
Steak & Shrimp
Port Tenderloin Medallions
Lake Superior Whitefish
Brochette of Charbroiled Shrimp
Beer Battered Shrimp
Sinful Seven Chocolate Cake
Best Ever Kentucky Pecan Pie
Pictured here is the restaurant's Executive Cook,
Chef David. Schooled in the Culinary Arts, Chef
David leads the force in your fine dining experience
Browse our unique Upper Michigan gifts and souvenirs here at the Tahquamenon Falls Camp 33 Gift Shop. Sweaters, souvenirs, hats, jewelry, and more great items are here for you to browse at one of the finest gift shops in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.
Tahquamenon River was made famous in the Longfellow poem Hiawatha. According to Indian lore, the origin of the name Tahquamenon is
attributed to the water’s amber color, which is a result of the leaching of
tannic acid from the cedar and hemlock swamps. The Tahquamenon is special
in many ways. One little known fact is that it is the largest waterfall east of
the Mississippi, second in size to Niagara.
In 1990, the grandchildren of Jack and Mimi Barrett rebuilt Camp 33 and
dedicated the new structures to the man whose foresight and philanthropy
made possible the experience we all enjoy today. In 1996, the Brewery & Pub
were built in keeping with the founder’s vision. The focal point of all
structures is the fire... a logging camp must! The warmth of the fire can now
be enjoyed in all seasons.
Visit us today and experience the charm of the Brewery & Pub.
You had until Fri, Feb 07 2014 12:00 AM to purchase this deal.
Tahquamenon Falls Brewery & PubM-123 Falls Road
Paradise, MI 49768
Located at the Upper Tahquamenon Falls.
From Paradise, travel west on M123 to the Upper Tahquamenon Falls.
From Newberry, travel north on M123 to the Upper Tahquamenon Falls.