cheers new holland opening grand rapids

New Holland Brewing Co., Michigan’s third largest brewery and first craft whiskey distiller, has just signed a lease with Rockford Construction and plans to launch a new brewpub, micro-distillery and restaurant slated to open in early 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan’s west side. The new endeavor supports the company’s goals to reach the growing craft consumer in New Holland’s home market of West Michigan and beyond.
Published in Brewery News

Osgood Brewing article

Osgood Brewing in Grandville recently celebrated their 1-year anniversary with a party featuring an evening of live music, exclusive beer tappings, and firkins. 16 different beers were on taps for the celebration with the centerpiece being the 1st Anniversary Ale, an Imperial take on the popular Oakestown American Amber Ale. A commemorative growler and special merchandise were also available at the anniversary party.
Published in Brewery Reviews

eternity brewing article

The next time you visit the Tanger Outlet Mall, go a little farther into Howell and have a nice cold beer at Eternity Brewing.
Published in Brewery Reviews
zombie-beerfest-new-date

The Zombie Beer Fest that was originally scheduled for October 4th has had to reschedule for Saturday, October 18th, 2014. We are very sorry for the inconvenience of this short notice. “We were faced with a scheduling conflict, and had to decide whether to cancel, or move the date back", said festival promoter Joe Boyer, "We don't want to disappoint the great beer enthusiasts that support our festivals and the intimate atmosphere we provide with Michigan's best brewers.
Published in Fall Events

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Michigan is home to some of the best craft beer breweries and the most talented and entertaining Rhythm & Blues groups in the world. In celebration of award-winning beer and live music, we would like to invite you to our Blues & Brews Festival and find out for yourself!
Published in Fall Events
Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Brewery Becker- Traditional, Not Typical

brewery becker article

Brewery Becker opened in downtown Brighton this past July, after 38 months of planning and renovating the historic building it now calls home. Built in the early 1870s, the building opened as the Western House Hotel in 1873 and today resides on the National Register of Historic Places.
Published in Brewery Reviews

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The time has come for Fall Beerfest at the Ballpark! This festival is held at the Cooley Law Stadium and features over 250+ beers, live music and food for your enjoyment!
Published in Fall Events

front-43-article

Introducing Front 43 Neighborhood Pub featuring 18 microbrews‒ many from Michigan‒ along with a huge selection of spirits and wines. If it’s food you’re looking for Front 43 Neighborhood Pub has a simple, yet sophisticated menu including fried calamari, mac ‘n’ cheese and fresh steamed mussels. It’s NOT your typical pub food! But if it’s a burger and hand‒cut fries you are looking for, then you also won’t be disappointed!

tibb review article

If you’ve not paid a visit to Kalamazoo in a couple years, a lot has been going on with their local brewery scene. While staples like Bell’s and Olde Peninsula brewpub continue to thrive, the biggest news is of course Arcadia Brewing Company’s recent move from Battle Creek to Kalamazoo with a new productions facility, pub, and restaurant. But while this maybe the most visible and apparent recent addition to Kalamazoo brewing community, behind the scenes another craft brewing revolution is current in progress at the nanobrewery scale with the introduction of several new smaller breweries with brewing systems of 3 barrels and less. To put this in perspective, Bell’s recent expansions have put them in the capacity to brew 500,000 barrels or more a year.
Published in Brewery Reviews

FIA-art-beer-list

The following Michigan breweries and cideris that will be participating at the Flint Institute of Art and Applebee's - Art On Tap event September 13, 2014, 4-8pm! Tickets are $30 in advance $35 at the door  with additional tasting tickets are $1.00 each.
Published in Summer Events
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