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Sip some frozen cocktails to cool off your day from these Metro Detroit bars

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DETROIT, MI - What crossed your mind when you think about summer? Is it the beach? The heat? Or the cocktails? Cool off your summer with frozen cocktails from these Metro Detroit bars.

1. Batch Brewing Company.
Batch Brewing Company totally revamped their space and business model after the shutdown as they want to keep the staff and community safe as well to support local food and beverage industry. There are plenty outdoor seating with great environment to enjoy your beer. What makes it unique is how they name some beers in entertaining names.


2. The Skip
The Skip is an open-air cocktail bar that makes you feel like you're in an island. They offer a lot of tropical tiki cocktails but you may choose vodka sodas for a less sweet option. Enjoy your cocktails in a patio decorated with string lights and colorful graffiti murals that you can find around. patio allowed us to enjoy the string lights and colorful graffiti murals within the alleyway.


3. The Brakeman
Beer, fried chicken, and honey-butter biscuits can't get any wrong. Once you enter The Brakeman, you can find a booth where you purchase poker chip style tokens to be used at the liquor and the beer bars. It costs one token per beer and two for cocktails. Besides serving some good beers, they also have beer pongs and stacks of Jenga that you can play.

4. The Charlevoix
The Charlevoix is another cool place to visit with their good beers, creative menu that evolves all year long, and great service. Once in a while they also have DJ spinning some beats to set up the mood and make customers more entertained than ever. While you're here, you shouldn't miss to try out there margarita.

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