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Upper Hand Brewery is excited to announce it will begin distribution throughout Minnesota in early 2017.
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Upper Hand Brewery is excited to announce the upcoming release of its newest specialty beer, Double Ringer, a Double India Pale Ale (IPA).
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Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Yooper Ale Soon To Be Offered In Bottles

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Upper Hand Brewery is excited to announce that Yooper Ale will soon join the brewery’s year-round portfolio of bottled beers. Currently only on draught, it will be available in bottles beginning in January.
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Upper Hand Brewery is excited to announce the upcoming release of their newest beer, Christmastime, an Oatmeal Stout brewed just for the holiday season.
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Upper Hand Brewery is proud to present a brand new logo that will soon debut on all packaging and branding for the Escanaba-based brewery.
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Two new Upper Hand beers will be heading to bars and restaurants in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula soon.
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Upper Hand Brewery, a division of Bell’s Brewery, Inc., celebrated a grand opening today just over a year after breaking ground in Escanaba. The 11,500 square foot facility is located in the Delta County Airport Renaissance Zone.
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Bell's to Purchase U.P. Property in Escanaba

The Upper Peninsula may soon be welcoming a major player into its craft beer scene.  On April 25th Escanaba's city council is expected to approve an offer from Mr. Larry Bell, president of Bell's Brewery, to purchase two parcels of land for the amount of $35,000.  The property sits in Escanaba's Whitetail Industrial Park (Street View of parcel: http://goo.gl/maps/xm48K ), an area that the city has been developing for several years.  Mr. Bell is also requesting the right of first offer to purchase additional land to the west.
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