Monday, April 03, 2017

Cellar Brewing Company relocates to new and improved location in downtown Sparta

Written by  Dan VanderKooi
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Sparta’s Cellar Brewing Company has made a big move to 133 E Division Street right in the heart of downtown. The brewery previously resided at 500 E Division Street and the move has been well thought out with plenty of enhancements for Cellar Brewing beyond just the more prominent location including a new bar, brewing equipment, and full kitchen. Add that to Cellar’s already great lineup of beer, wine, cider, and spirits and this equals a true destination brewery to the area.
While Cellar Brewing did have limited food options at the former location, the addition of a full kitchen at the new location and new executive chef Nathan Ingersoll has allowed the brewery to upgrade the food options considerably with a full menu including appetizers, soups, salads, burgers and sandwiches. Dinner options include steaks, fried chicken, and salmon and featured desserts include vanilla bean creme brulee and Sparta apple tart a la mode.

Cellar Brewing’s current beer selection includes 16 taps ranging from their Collaboration Cream Ale to their BBA (Bourbon Barrel Aged ) Russian Imperial Stout. Hoppier options include the Maine Squeeze New England IPA and the flagship Black Magic RYPA. Cellar is open 7 days a week, with current hours as follows:

  • Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m
  • Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
  • Sunday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Dan VanderKooi

Dan VanderKooi

Dan VK has been following the Michigan Craft Beer scene since before Oberon has been available in 6-packs. Besides making the rounds at all the local craft breweries and beer bars, Dan also supports the local music scene, reads crime fiction, and enjoys playing volleyball with his wife and friends.