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Big Lake Brewing Announces Opening of $1.25 Million, 7,000 Square Foot Brewpub and Restaurant

Owners Travis Prueter, Gregory MacKeller and Nicholas Winsemius

Our original location on the north side of Holland welcomed thousands of neighbors and visitors in our first years of operation, and being able to expand downtown to as a destination that also creates jobs and an awesome space to gather with friends and families is a dream come true.

Big Lake Brewing (BLB), announced today the opening of their 7,000 square-foot, $1.25 million-dollar downtown brewpub and restaurant on Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 11 a.m. The renovated location is at 13 W 7th St., Holland, Mich. and was formerly home to several restaurants, most recently Serafina’s Bar and Grill. The new brewpub will replace the current location 977 Butternut Dr., Ste. 4, that will no longer be occupied by BLB.

Patrons of the new location will experience the same great craft beers, such as Ryecoe IPA, Leroy Brown and Darkstar stout while enjoying dishes like the DIY Sammy: a sandwich featuring Leroy Brown smoked meat (chicken or pork), smoked cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, fresh arugula all served on a fresh pretzel bun. Is your mouth watering yet?

“This building is 90 years old this year, and we could not be more excited to bring it back to life with our amazing customers,” shares Nic Winsemius, Owner and Director of Production. “Our original location on the north side of Holland welcomed thousands of neighbors and visitors in our first years of operation, and being able to expand downtown to as a destination that also creates jobs and an awesome space to gather with friends and families is a dream come true.”

The 160-seat brewpub and restaurant will be open Monday to Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Thursday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight and…

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