The following beers are Lynchpin Original Brews, available on rotation only at The Laundry:
English Strong Ale Brewed With Coriander, Orange Peel, & Clove
Russian Imperial Stout
Lynchpin is proud to brew in partnership with Top Hops Farm, Goodrich, MI.
Lynchpin Beer Company: Handcraft Brewing at The Laundry
For over two decades, The Laundry has provided a more flavorful and creative dining experience built around high-quality fresh ingredients and scratch cookery. Lynchpin Beer Company continues the tradition, serving handcrafted ales from our one-barrel brew house.
• We brew onsite using local hops and malts
• Enjoy a Lynchpin original in our seasonal outdoor biergarten
• Join the Lynchpin Crowler Club! Crowlers are served only at The Laundry
Visit this page often to view a list of Lynchpin beers currently on rotation and news about what’s brewing. Or get the latest by following @lynchpinbeer on Instagram or @LynchpinBeerCompany on Facebook.
Where to find Lynchpin beers…
The brewery is situated in a garage behind The Laundry; you’ll see a small Lynchpin sign hanging over the brewery windows. You’ll often catch Head Brewer Scott Hayes at work in the garage. If the music’s playing, he’s around. Lynchpin beer is available only at The Laundry, 125 Shiawassee Ave. in downtown Fenton, 48430. Here’s a map. We hope you make us your destination.
Have you joined our Crowler Club yet?
Start a Crowler Club Membership to enjoy exclusive tastings, discounts, and be the first to hear about events happening surrounding our truly local operation. A one-time payment of $15 earns any Lynchpin Crowler of your choice, a Lynchpin Crowler coozie, and your punch card.
Knockout all the pins on your punch card and enjoy a Crowler for $1.
Just ask your Bartender, Server, or Barista on your next visit to sign up!
Scott Hayes, Head brewer at Lynchpin Beer Company
Scott grew up in Swartz Creek and moved to Fenton when he started working at The Laundry almost fifteen years ago now. He started home brewing back in 2008 when he became of legal drinking age and soon established a reputation for making a pretty good brew. After working in the kitchen of The Laundry, managing and working a short stint at one of the big breweries he came back to the Laundry to start our nano brewery in early 2014. By the end of 2014 he was brewing on our one barrel system. We started pouring Lynchpin Beer at The Laundry in 2015 and Scott has been brewing at capacity ever since.