Best Brew-house in Town - Rochester Mills Beer Co.

Congratulations to The Rochester Mills Beer Co.for winning the 2010 DBusiness Best Brew-house in Town award!


Congratulations to the Rochester Mills Beer Company!

DBusiness readers have chosen Rochester Mills over 25 other outstanding local brewpubs and microbreweries as the “best brew-house in town.” Now in its 13th year in the heart of downtown Rochester, Rochester Mills also serves up superior pizza and pasta.

Rochester Mills is located in downtown Rochester at 400 Water St., just two blocks east of Main;; 248-650-5080.


Congratulations to our prize winner, Bruce Babiarz!

The winner of the Callaway Sunglasses is Bruce Babiarz, president of BAB Associates, a marketing and public relations firm in Bloomfield Hills.

For our contest, Babiarz chose the Royal Oak Brewery in downtown Royal Oak.

"[It] has a great atmosphere, plus an outdoor deck for the summer time," Babiarz says. "The food is great, and naturally, there's a wide selection of beer."

As for the sunglasses, Babiarz says they'll come in handy on the golf course, sailing, and driving his little red Corvette — a 1964 Stingray Convertible.

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