Open 7 days a week, year round. Our tasting room in scenic Benzie County is full of refreshment and relaxation. From the bee garden to the disc golf course, and of course the 18 taps and wine lineup in the tasting room (oh, and the food truck outside) we've got something for everyone in your group. Beers, wines, meads, ciders, pizzas, burgers, fries ... it's all waiting for you here.


841 S. Pioneer Rd
Beulah, MI 49617
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Monday - Wednesday
11 AM to 7 PM
Thursday - Saturday
11 AM to 10 PM
12 PM to 6 PM

Food Truck

*Closed for season*

Charcuterie boards are available in the tasting room


Flights, tastings, by the glass ... get your mead, wine, beer, and cider any way you want it with a visit to our tasting room. Featuring 18 taps of classic favorites, rotating seasonal drinks, and wild experiments - plus our full wine and still mead menu - we've got a taste for everyone in your group.
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Our charcuterie game is strong - and we think you'll agree. Try one of our delicious meat and cheese boards with your drinks, or stop by the food truck that's buzzing outside on the weekends, which features tacos, burgers, and brick-oven pizza.


Disc Course

Take some time to explore while you're here. You'll find plenty to keep yourself (or the rowdier young ones in the group) busy with our bocce ball court, cornhole boards, ladder ball sets, board games, and 9 hole disc golf course. Our family friendly grounds are a great way to spend an afternoon.



We love music (you might have heard of K. Jones and the Benzie Playboys? That's our owner) and we love to have talented performers in our venue. Whether it's the barn, the tasting room, or the patio, we're always ready for a show. Join us on Thursday nights at 6 PM for our weekly open mic series, and check out our year-round schedule of Friday and Saturday night performances from talented local and touring musicians.



Curious how we manage to make all this awesome stuff? Contact us to arrange a tour of the production rooms and we'll do our best to show you - and maybe even give you a taste of what we've got on the way. Tours must be scheduled in advance, because we're busy as bees and we need to make sure someone is here to guide you.