The old Drier’s Jun 2, 2014 Celia ⋅ Michigan ⋅ butchers, Drier's, Michigan, old buildings, rural, signs and signage, Three Oaks ⋅ Outside Three Oaks, Michigan, a roadside building formerly occupied by a famous local butcher. The Drier’s butcher shop is still thriving at its in-town location, which was built sometime around the Civil War. Share this:PrintEmailTwitterFacebook Related Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « Color family » Life on a lily leaf 2 Comments Harley Jun 03, 2014 @ 11:59:07 I’ve actually been to Drier’s in Three Oaks and that old butcher shop is a National Historic building. It has been run by the same family for generations and now a great grandaughter of probably the founder is running it with her daughter. Celia Jun 03, 2014 @ 17:27:26 The “in-town” shop is even quainter (and far older) than the one pictured, and you are right the family is still there staffing the shop–there must be other family members behind the scenes, managing all the butchery and sausage-making, too. I haven’t eaten all of Drier’s wares, but I have had the hot dogs and I think the veal brats which (if not better than those from the Paulina Market) are nonetheless very very good. Worth a stop if one is visiting in the vicinity!