Beer & Spirits
Three Blind Mice - Fun Facts
This building is 114 years old. It was originally opened Aug. 10th 1900 as The Green Tree.
Our Draft Beer pours at 36 degrees at all times.
The pews came out of a church off North Avenue and Groesbeck and the stools are custom made in Detroit by Modern Stool Co.
The wood for the bar top came from burned houses in Detroit. All three owners went and grabbed it themselves.
Both bar edges have been lined in 2013 pennies the year we opened.
As you walk in the ceiling in the vestibule is made from reconditioned Zinced glass that was around the parameter of the building.
The floor tile is original from the Pewabic Pottery Co. off of Jefferson in Detroit. They are still around.
The big Church lights came from the Salem Memorial Church in Detroit.
The beer towers were custom made by Infinit Systems from Brown City, MI. They are the only two in the world like this.
All the wood used on the walls is American made Oak.
The small hanging lights downstairs came from a road house church New Haven. (Location and name unknown)
The barrels came from Old Grand Dad Distillery and Makers Mark Distillery just to name a few… Some were used in the brewing of New Holland’s Dragon’s Milk Stout.
The glass vestibule door was all hand etched.
The T.V.’s are all custom framed to look like pictures.
The saying above the front door “Cead Mile Failte” means a 100,000 welcomes.
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