Monday, February 11, 2019

Edelbrau Brewing Announces Grand Opening

Owner and brewer Teo Ahlbrandt-Watson (center) and comrades are ready to sell you beer.

Edelbrau Brewing, on Ann Arbor's south side, is officially opening its doors to the public beginning Friday, February 15, according to owner and brewer Teo Ahlbrandt-Watson.

For now, it's a beer-to-go only retail operation, with cans of Amber Ale, American Pale Ale, Edelbrau IPA, Helles, Imperial IPA Citra, and Oat Malt Brown Ale (and t-shirts and other gear) available for purchase, while supplies last. At some point in the future, Edelbrau plans on adding distilled products to the lineup.

Ahlbrandt-Watson is a veteran of the Michigan brewing scene, with previous stints at Arbor Brewing and Dark Horse Brewing, as well as consulting gigs with Big Hart Brewing and Biercamp, among other breweries. He also has an advanced degree in microbiology from Eastern Michigan University. You can read more about Edelbrau, Teo, and his philosophy in this 2017 article from The Ann Arbor News.

Edelbrau's retail room is in an industrial park at 719 W. Ellsworth Rd., and has limited hours for now: Friday, 5:30 - 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, noon to 9 p.m.

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