Current selection of bottled beers include: Bell's Two Hearted Ale, Founder's Red Rye, Anchor Steam, Stone Smoked Porter, Chimay Rouge, Delirium Tremens, Duchesse de Bourgogne, Trois Pistoles, Old Speckled Hen, Newcastle Brown, Pilsner Urquell, Paulaner Hefe-Weizen, St. Pauli Dark, Heineken, Amstel Light, Buckler (non-alcoholic).
The Lord Fox Restaurant is a 125 year old house on six picturesque acres in the hamlet of Dixboro, just outside the eastern city limits of Ann Arbor. Built in 1880, the house was situated on the main route between Ann Arbor and Detroit and in the 1920's was opened as the "Farm Cupboard Restaurant" to offer weary travelers food and drink. However some say it was more than a restaurant in those early days, operating as a "blind pig" before the repeal of prohibition. Many a poker game was held in the basement room, now known as the "Foxes Den." Also, in those early years, Henry Ford could be seen here with union buster Harry Bennett as they rode their horses to the Farm Cupboard for Sunday dinner. Today, the Lord Fox remains a family owned restaurant and retains much of the "Gone With the Wind" style charm rarely seen in this area. You may choose to dine indoors, outdoors, or in the lovely gazebo overlooking Fleming Creek that runs through the estate. Private rooms or the entire facility are available for parties or special occasions. The cuisine is European-American, and the atmosphere is quiet, unpretentious and romantic. The prices are moderate, and the dress code is casual. It is a great place to enjoy the company of friends, fine cuisine, quality beer, ale and wines from our award winning wine cellar. We invite you to visit this little island of local history. A worthy destination indeed!