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Recap of New Holland Brewing's Hatter Day 15-Year Anniversary Weekend Extravaganza

New Holland Brewing’s Hatter Day 15-year anniversary celebration include a weekend full of events in addition to the numerous tap takeovers all around preceding and following the big weekend. At the heart of the celebration are the 7 variations of the popular Mad Hatter IPA including the brand new Belgian-style White Hatter. Also featured were two distilled beverages; the Salty Chihuahua (Hatter Royale and grapefruit juice,) and the Hoparita, the Hatter Royale version of the Margarita.
The weekend was launched Friday with the All Big Hole Golf Outing at the Ravines Golf Club in Saugatuck starting with Bloody Mary’s at registration, New Holland brews during the game, and ending with a buffet dinner. Saturday brought the party to the streets of downtown Holland adjacent to the pub for the 1st ever Hatter Day street party.
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New Holland's celebrates their 15th anniversary with Hatter Day Street Party Throw Down

We are very excited for New Holland's "Hatter Day", which will be held outside their brewpub in Holland on Saturday, June 16th from Noon to 1am. The event is conjunction with their 15th anniversary and celebrates their most famous of beers, the Mad Hatter IPA, which is a delicious dry hopped, malty India pale ale and has been their flagship beer since the doors opened in 1998. The chose the name because they liked the zaniness and unpredictability of the story, which certainly is not unlike the craft beer world!
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Motor City Brew Tours Presents: Michigan Beer Tasting Boat Cruise

Motor City Brew Tours has taken over a floor of the Detroit Princess Riverboat to host a Michigan Beer Tasting. This event is a special Father’s Day afternoon boat cruise on Sunday June 17 from 2pm to 6pm. Motor City Brew Tours will have 25 different Michigan beers to sample from Arbor Brewing Company, Arcadia Brewing Company, Dark Horse Brewing Company, New Holland Brewing Company and North Peak Brewing Company. There will also be samples of Vander Mill Hard Cider, B. Nektar Mead and Valentine Vodka onboard. Everything available to sample at this event will be made in Michigan. The goal of this event is to expose people to the many great beers and spirits that are being produced in Michigan.
Published in Motor City Brew Tours

New Holland Brewing invites community to Hatter Day Street Party to celebrate 15-year Anniversary

New Holland Brewing is thrilled to announce their 15-year anniversary! They will be celebrating BIG on Hatter Day, which is June 16, 2012, with a street party throw down on College Ave. between 8th and 9th Street, along side their restaurant and pub! There will also be Hatter Day parties popping up throughout their 13 state distribution area.
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Summer Starts at Crystal with 2012 Beer & Brat Festival

Crystal Mountain welcomes another summer season with over 60 Michigan craft beers and a dozen different brats from local markets during the 7th Annual Michigan Beer & Brat Festival, Saturday, May 26 (3-9pm).
Published in Summer Events

Potter Park Zoo in Lansing is hosting Wine and Stein Event

There is a great event coming up to help you kick off your summer season in style at Potter Park Zoo in Lansing. On Thursday, May 17th from 6:00 - 9:00 PM, the Zoo will be hosting "Wine and Stein", an hors d'oeurves and beer & wine tasting bash. All food and beverages will be supplied by local restaurants and distributors. Tickets are $30 ($25 for zoo members) and in addition to the refreshments, guests will also receive a complimentary tasting glass, get to enjoy live music, and be able to meet some of the zoo's animal residents.
Published in Spring Events

Michigan Craft Beer “Enthusiasts” Offered Summer Brewery Tours

One of the benefits of membership in the Michigan Brewers Guild “Enthusiast” program is special VIP tours and tastings at member breweries around the state. To participate in one of these special tours, one must be a current Enthusiast member – a group dedicated to celebrating the growing craft beer industry in the Great Lakes State. Enthusiast memberships are $45 each and are available online at MBG Enthusiast Membership. There is no additional charge for the tours, but reservations are recommended and attendees must show their Enthusiast card.
Published in Michigan Brewers Guild

Recap of New Holland Brewing Company 2012 Golden Cap Release

On Friday April 6, the New Holland Brewpub celebrated the 2012 Golden Cap Release with the Hawaiian-themed event "Freaky at the Tiki," featuring live music, food, and drink specials. Golden Cap is the a summer seasonal Saison Ale of over 6% ABV brewed with spelt and should be easy to find available in 6-packs in addition to on tap at the pub. The pub also features great food at reasonable prices including soups, salads, sandwiches and gourmet style pizzas.
Published in Beer Releases

Recap of Barrel-Aged Beer Night at The Shark Club in Howell

On Thursday night we went out to the Shark Club in Howell for their Barrel-Aged Beer Night. The Shark Club is a big place that can fit around 300 people and at this event there had to be at least 150 patrons out enjoying barrel-aged beers. It’s cool to see this kind of turn out since barrel-aged beers are more of an acquired taste and probably not the first choice for an average beer drinker. I must say it’s nice to see people appreciating great beer and the quality of the beer bring them in the door instead of a $2 beer night.

Imperial Stouts: Kuhnhenn Brewing Company Solar Eclipse & Big Rock Chophouse Flying Buffalo Imperial Stout

In today’s beer lingo, the words big and flavorful have taken a back seat to terms like intense, extreme, and the often used “imperial”. For over 250 years, one style, Russian Imperial Stout, has been living up to and often exceeding those descriptors. This big and dark beer started life in English breweries and evolved into a style that would allow it to survive the trip to Russia and the Baltic States. Early attempts to ship beer from England resulted in the receipt of spoiled beer by the Imperial Court of Russia. To deliver a drinkable product, brewers increased the amount of both alcohol and hops in the brew, both ingredients acted as preservatives. The recipients of this big rich brew were delighted to say the least. The isolationist tariffs that the Russian Government imposed in the 1820s applied to all imports, except stout. Now that is a testament to the love for this intense brew.
Published in Seasonal Beers
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