JONESVILLE, MI -- Ramshackle Brewing Company has opened in what used to be an alley. The 16-foot-wide-by-95-foot-long skinny space is nestled next to Olivia's Chop House, 209 E. Chicago St. in Jonesville. The brewery opened July 17. "The first week was amazing," co-owner Joe Kesselring said. "We had a great, positive response."
Ramshackle Brewing Company remains but a cement slab in a downtown alley of Jonesville because its builder got bit by a rattlesnake. But walking on the cement foundation, Zack Bigelow and Joe Kesselring picture a brewery with white-washed walls, industrial decor with a colorful spin, and a bar with five or six taps.
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We interview Zack Bigelow, co-founder of Ramshackle Brewing in Jonesville, Michigan. We discuss their crowdfunding campaign , community-driven breweries and their plans to brew old-style European beer with a distinct Michigan influence. Share and enjoy!
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Ramshackle Brewing Company took an alley in Jonesville and transformed it into an art filled oasis that also serves up great beer. My journey to Ramshackle Brewing Company starts with a death metal concert in Lansing. Opening up for the mighty oceanic metal band Dagon was an incredible death metal band called Throne.
JONESVILLE - After years of crowdfunding, construction and meticulous planning, Jonesville's first brewery opened its doors Wednesday. Ramshackle Brewing Company, located on E. Chicago Street, between Olivia's Chophouse and Jonesville True Value Hardware, joins a growing craft beer industry in Michigan, and is one of two breweries now operating in the county.
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CASTLE MALTING NEWS in partnership with www.e-malt.com USA, MI: Ramshackle Brewing Company launches in Jonesville Ramshackle Brewing Company has opened in what used to be an alley in Jonesville, MLive.com reported on July 25. The 16-foot-wide-by-95-foot-long skinny space is nestled next to Olivia's Chop House, 209 E. Chicago St. in Jonesville.
Ramshackle Brewing Company owners hope to break ground in April for a taproom located between Olivia's Chop House and the Jonesville Hardware along U.S. 12 in downtown Jonesville. JONESVILLE - Craft beer enthusiast Zack Bigelow, still can't believe that his dream of opening a taproom is becoming reality.
Ramshackle Brewing Company 209 E. Chicago St. | Jonesville, MI 49250 Phone: 517-826-5030
HOURS: Monday - 4:00ish P.M. to 9:00ish P.M. Tuesday - Thursday 4:00ish P.M. to 10:00ish P.M. Friday 4:00ish P.M. to 11:00ish P.M. Saturday 12:00ish P.M. to 11:00ish P.M. CLOSED Sunday to make more beer!