Stormcloud Brewing Company opened June 2013 just two blocks from Lake Michigan in the port city of Frankfort, Michigan.
Stormcloud specializes in brewing Belgian Inspired ales, including the traditional Dubbel, Tripel and Strong Ales, along with classic beer styles such as Blondes, Pale Ales, IPAs, Porters, and Stouts. Stormcloud’s downtown pub features 16 taps pouring Stormcloud's handcrafted beer, plus cider and wine. Current Tap List »
The pub also features a full menu of flatbread pizzas, small plate appetizers, soups/salads, and specialty popcorn. Our kitchen creates most menu items from scratch, with ingredients sourced from Michigan farms and our own StormGarden. Current Food Menu »
In summer, relax on the pub's outdoor patio and lawn space with plenty of seating options, live music, and lawn games. In winter, grab a brew and a seat on the patio bleachers to watch a match on our outdoor curling sheet. Get on the ice with our Learn to Curl Lessons.
With Lake Michigan's Gold Coast so close, the beach vibe is strong at Stormcloud. We encourage you to embrace an easygoing attitude while enjoying our pub and brewery. We do not accept reservations.
Current Pub Hours
Monday - Sunday: 11am - 11pm
303 Main Street, Frankfort, MI 49635
From Traverse City take US-31 South through Honor and Beulah, turning right on M-115 West (at the Benzonia traffic light at the top of the hill) to Frankfort. Approximate travel time: 45 minutes.
From Manistee take US-31 North to Benzonia, turning left on M-115 West to Frankfort. Approximate travel time: 45 minutes. Or take scenic M-22 North from Manistee to Frankfort. Follow the signs to downtown Frankfort. Approximate travel time: 55 minutes.
From Cadillac follow M-115 West to Frankfort. Follow the signs to downtown. Approximate travel time: 1 hour.
Per MICHIGAN STATE LAW, non-service animals are prohibited from pub/restaurant grounds, which includes inside our pub, and outside on our patio and lawn. This includes dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, cockatoos, etc.
However, during the warm months we have a small green space at the back of our lawn, outside the fencing, where owners can keep their pet at arm's length on a leash.
Across town at our Production Brewery and Tasting Room, there is a large fenced beer garden outdoors where leashed pets are allowed. But pets are not allowed inside the tasting room.