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Pairing a tropical theme along with Michigan and other craft beer selections, Mango’s Bar & Grille has remained a staple of Muskegon’s Lakeside now for many years. The restaurant has recently doubled their draft selection from 6 taps to 12 taps with an emphasis local and Michigan beers. The expanded selection has allowed Mango’s to be one of the first restaurants in the area to include both of Muskegon’s new breweries Unruly & Pigeon Hill on tap at the same time. Other Michigan favorites such as Perrin, Odd Side Ales, Founders and Bell’s are currently prominently featured as well as non-Michigan craft breweries such as New Belgium.



Stella’s Lounge will celebrate four years as one of Grand Rapids’ favorite watering holes on Thursday May 8 by offering its famous giant stuffed burgers for only $4 along with special draft releases and the opening of a hard-to-find bottle of Old Rip Van Winkle bourbon.

Broad Ripple, 6280 N. College Ave., across from the historic Vogue Theatre, will be the third location for the award-winning HopCat, which was named the No. 3 Beer Bar on Planet Earth by Beer Advocate. The draft system will be the largest in the city with many of its taps dedicated to supporting Indiana’s craft brewing industry, as well as craft beers from around the country and the world.

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Barley, hops, yeast, and water. These four ingredients all play a pivotal if not essential roles in the beverage we all know and love as beer. Of the four, water may be the most often overlooked and taken for granted. While each ingredient plays a key role in the brewing process, any good brewmaster will tell you that a great beer is nothing without good water as a foundation to build upon. Michigan would certainly not be the great beer State that it is without being blessed with the abundance of great drinking water that our Great Lakes provide.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Buck: Hosts Pure Michigan 74 Tap Takeover

Written by Paul Starr

 The Buck Burgers and Brew

February is still mighty cold and inside The Buck is nice and toasty warm. The Buck not only has delicious food but plenty of craft beers on tap from some of your favorite brewery’s such as: Arcadia, Bell's, Founders, Greenbush, Mt. Pleasant and Round Barn just to name a few.

Irish on Ionia, The Annual St. Patrick's Day Street Party hosted by McFadden's Irish Saloon, is back and bigger than ever. Celebrating it's 4th year! This year the festival will streach from Oakes to Fulton, one block further than the previouis three years, from 7AM to 11PM.

 Ashley’s to Host Country’s Largest Belgian-Only Beer Festival Eleven Days of Belgian Beer Tastings, Events, and Guests Take Place Feb. 6-16

Sixth-generation brewers and owners of Belgium's Brasserie de Silly will kick off the largest pure Belgian beer festival in the U.S., hosted at Ashley's Beer and Grill in Westland Thursday, February 6. The 11-day event features more than 200 beers in bottles and on tap, all brewed by around 80 different Belgian family and boutique breweries. Unlike other such festivals, Ashley’s offers only the “real McCoy,” excluding “Belgian-style” ales brewed in America.

HopCat – Detroit to Open on Woodward Avenue in 2014

HopCat - Detroit to Open on Woodward Avenue in 2014, Bringing 100 New Jobs, State's Largest Draft Selection & Dynamic Music Venue to Midtown

Southwest Michigan’s premier farm-to-fork eatery Salt of the Earth announces its 2014 Michigan ‘Surprise’ Dinner Series.

 The Buck hosts Barrel-Aged Beer Fest on Jan 29th & Jan 30th

The weather forecast for the end of January is still calling for below freezing temperatures. Stay warm and join us at The Buck on January 29th and 30th from 4:00 PM to close for the First Annual Barrel Aged Beer Fest, where the temperature even on the heated, outside deck will be nice and toasty warm. Make sure to mark this event on your calendar, and remember that there is no entry fee.
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