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Falling Down Beer Company is proud to announce that we are celebrating our First Birthday. Our First Birthday celebration will take place Saturday March 29th, 2014. The brewery will be open from 11 a.m. til midnight with food and beer specials going on throughout the day. In addition there will be 8 limited release small batch beers that will be tap including some old favorites and new experiments.
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 Kuhnhenn Brewing Co Announces Details for Winter Solstice

Annual Bottle Release Event Expands to Three Days this December 19-21
Limited bottle release events at breweries are becoming the norm in recent years, but Michigan-based Kuhnhenn Brewing Co has been doing this for over a decade.
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 Kuhnhenn Brewing Company Announces Expansion Plans

New Production Facility to Increase Capacity by Nearly 1500%
Kuhnhenn Brewing Company is expanding into a full-scale production and packaging facility, located at 36000 Groesbeck Hwy in Clinton Township, MI. The property formerly held a Home and Garden Center retailer, but has been vacant for several years.
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The Falling Down Beer Company - Warren Michigan

Falling Down Beer Company (FDBC) is excited to announce our Grand Opening on Friday, March 29th. Hours for the opening will be 3:00PM – 1:00AM.
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Falling Down Beer Company - Warren Michigan

Falling Down Beer Company in Warren will soon become Michigan’s newest brewpub, and both Mark Larson (brewmaster) and George Lang (president) are excited, anxious, and tired. After several months of renovations at the soon-to-be former My Mother’s Place on 10 Mile Road east of Dequindre, the paint is drying, the bar has been built and epoxied, the exterior sign is in place (and quite eye-catching at that), and the brewing equipment has been installed and is awaiting the final go-ahead from the various bureaucratic and licensing bodies.
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The Progress of Falling Down Beer Company in Warren

Dreams are being fulfilled in Warren this month, as the Falling Down Beer Company starts to take shape at Dequindre and 10 Mile. Mark Larson, brewmaster, and George Lang, president, are working on transforming a diner into a top-notch brewery and taproom. Demolition began last week, with lots of dust and flying brick, and this week they turn their attention to plumbing, drywall, bathroom remodels, and building the bar. Volunteers are welcome; contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information. Payment will be in, what else, beer, and trust me, it’s good stuff. This humble correspondent has had the opportunity to sample several of Mark’s brews in the last few months, and there is a wide variety of styles, all very good. The highlight is the Ninja Chicken IPA, planned to be their flagship beer (just imagine the artwork and marketing possibilities with that one!).
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Falling Down Beer Company Accepting Applications

Falling Down Beer Company (FDBC) today announced the availability of 10 positions at the upcoming brewery’s tasting room. Positions include bartenders, wait staff, line cooks and a head cook.
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Kuhnhenn Brewing Company: A Nondescript Building That Belies The Liquid Treasures Hidden Inside

Kuhnhenn Brewing Company in Warren is housed in a nondescript building that belies the liquid treasures hidden inside. There are reasons for the unpretentious, plain façade, of course. Number 1 is that Kuhnhenn is housed in the old Ma & Pa hardware store that used to be owned and run by the Kuhnhenn family, and Ye Olde True Value has never been known for its architectural splendor. Number 2? Well, they really don’t care about glitz and glamour, preferring instead to let their beer (and wine, and mead) do the talking for them. Their beers have won numerous medals and awards around the globe, led by their stalwarts 4th Dementia (ale aged in bourbon barrels) and DRIPA (a double rice IPA).
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Falling Down Beer Company acquires location for SE Michigan’s Newest Microbrewery

Falling Down Beer Company (FDBC) today announced they have agreed to lease a building located at 2270 East 10 Mile Road, Warren, Michigan, 48091. The location is currently operating as My Mother’s Place Restaurant. As part of the agreement, My Mother’s Place will continue to operate until the microbrewery is licensed and will redesign their menu to bring high quality pub food to the brewery.
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