Six Pointer Beer Release
Friday, March 2 at 4:30 PM – 7 PM
Celebrate the release of the Stormy Kromer & Ore Dock Brewing Company Collaboration, Six Pointer Munich Dunkel: a dark and drinkable lager brewed with the finest German Munich malts and the noble hop variety of Czech Saaz.
The event will include pizza, snacks, prizes and limited-edition merchandise in addition to being a part of downtown Ironwood’s March First Friday event.
With a cap first fashioned in 1903 and a beer style dating back to the 16th century, it’s a partnership that celebrates the craft of quality. An attribute which never goes out of style.
Working with an old baseball cap as a model, Ida chose to sew six panels instead of four when her husband, George “Stormy” Kromer, begged her to stich a cap tough enough to withstand early 20th century life on the rails. Over one hundred years later that simple innovation now stands as an icon of Northwoods culture. The men to first don these caps along the railroads of the upper Midwest became known as Six Pointers and used the term as a common identifier among others within unfamiliar towns. Today, Six Pointers are men, women, and children alike. They can be found clear across the country in both rural and urban landscapes. And the cap endures as a unifying symbol. One of rugged determination and the desire to spend more time among tall trees than beneath traffic lights. We’ll drink to that, Six Pointers!
Enjoy food and drinks in a unique historical building located in Ironwood, Michigan. We offer a wide selection of wine, mixed drinks, and beer. Including, Guinness, Harp, Bass, and Blue Moon on tap. We serve a menu including appetizers, sandwiches, pizza, and salads along with our special Saturday and Wednesday night features. -- Listed on THRILLIST's The 24 best Restaurants in the UP "The Olde Suffolk Ale House is like one of those olde-timey pubs of yore where people went for their daily dinner and drink and were greeted like friends and neighbors. They serve homemade meatballs, pizza, and three different sizes of prime rib topping out at $25 for the 20oz "king" cut. Great food, great drinks, cheap prices, friendly service, comfy-cozy atmosphere -- what more can you really ask for?"