Good Times

Great Music

Regular People

Bonus Day!

Open SUNDAY 2/19

Noon – 10pm

Live Music 6:30-9:30pm with New Third Coast

Featured Draft Beers

Village Blonde

American Blonde. A great lawnmower beer for the hooplehead in all of us.

4.8% ABV/18 IBU

Jungle Fungus IPA

A light bodied session IPA featuring Mosaic and Simcoe hops. Citrus flavor notes. When I was a kid, a neighbor used to push mow his lawn with bare feet. He used to pay me a quarter for every pint of acorns I picked up underneath his oak tree because the acorns hurt his feet. My mom told me he didn’t like wearing shoes because he had jungle fungus.

5.3% ABV/44 IBU

Lake Ann Amber

American Amber. Copper colored, slightly toasty with hints of caramel made with locally grown hops: Magnum, Cascade and Fuggles.

5.3% ABV/25 IBU

French Toast Stout

American Cream Stout. Our Doc’s Stout with the added flavor combinations of vanilla, maple and cinnamon. So good!

5.2% ABV/22 IBU

Live music under the stars

During the summer months, we have live music on our outdoor stage, afternoons & nights. See our music schedule. People can take a seat or pull up a blanket on the grass and enjoy the best that Northern Michigan has to offer.

Family Friendly

Lake Ann is small but very friendly! There’s a park across the street for the kiddos to play with friends or meet new ones. There’s food available at the Stone Oven next door which we allow to be brought into the brewery so you can EAT, DRINK and ENJOY live music in one place!

There’s Corner Cone ice cream on the other side of the brewery and a grocery store within walking distance. We even have a free game shelf for family fun!

“Oh, This old thing”

Check out our logo gear when you’re at the brewery. We’re always coming up with fun ways for you to take a piece of Lake Ann home with you.

Our Story

Lake Ann Brewing Company specializes in craft beers as well as local ciders, mead, and wine. A casual, rustic “up north” tavern.

Founded in 2014. The vision for the old LA Cafe building was to create a spot where neighbors, friends, and visitors alike could enjoy a fine libation, not take anything too seriously and learn more about the people and the history that make Lake Ann special.

“Great beer without the pomp and circumstance”