Olde Peninsula Brewpub & Restaurant

Brewery, Pub, American
$ $
200 E Michigan Ave (at Portage St.)
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
(269) 343-2739
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 1:00am
11:00am - 1:00am
11:00am - 11:00pm



  • You can't come here and not get brew pub dip.
  • You can get 5 gal kegs of their microbrews for about $30. They don't charge a deposit but hold on to a credit card number incase you don't return it. Call ahead to order your fav. brew.
  • Get a beer flight, they have several microbrews and it's the best way to try all of them.
  • Try Olde P's homemade root beer with a shot (or two) of vanilla vodka! An adult version of a root beer float :) Drink as a shot or mixed drink.
  • Definitely try the "Red Raz," take a seat at the bar, and order nachos. And say hi to Liz, who's a fab bartender!
  • Great restaurant!
  • Avoid sitting in the Sunset Room.
  • jack-o-lantern is a must try during the autumnal season!
  • I love the Black and Razz, the chocolate stout and razberry wheat... yumm
  • Root beer please. They brew it themselves.
  • Olde Peninsula is the oldest microbrew pub in Kalamazoo! It's known for its craft-brewed beers: the powerful OP IPA, Sunset Red, Midnight Stout and seasonal brews offered five times each year.
  • Try a Downtown Brown Ale with a Buffalo Chicken Wrap...#Delicious
  • Brew pub dip is overrated
  • Sunset red is yummm-o!
  • The Vanilla root beer rocks.
  • Great vanilla root beer.
  • Stout Chocula is dark. Like espresso dark. Don't do it unless you like guinness Flavored cocoa powder espresso. Flavorful and delish but not for the beginner.
  • They sell growler coozies!?! Best. Idea. Ever!
  • Brewpub Dip and Fajita Thai Roups are delicious.
  • OP IPA is excellent! Black and tan was a Miss...it was all black. Good olive burger with black and green olives. Skip the onion rings. Potato chips are awesome! @nicolerovig

Nearby places

355 E Kalamazoo Ave (at Porter St)
211 E Water St (at N. Pitcher St.)
250 E Michigan Ave. (btw Portage St. & Edwards St.)