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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

North Peak to Launch Stormy Series

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Last year, North Peak Brewing Company released its first East Coast IPA called Stormy. An Oat IPA full of haziness unlike any other IPA in their portfolio. Stormy came in with a force and quickly became one of the brewery’s most well received beers ever produced.
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North Peak Brewing Company is known for their IPAs. From their classic Diabolical to a Stormy—an oat IPA to Hoodoo—a wet-hopped IPA released every fall, the bold, hoppy style of beer is a constant throughout the brewery’s portfolio. The brewery shifted from their beloved headier, high alcohol IPA to create new, more balanced hoppy ale. Reminiscent of the traditional pale ale style of beer, North Peak is releasing Original Pale Ale. Brewed to be a lighter, more drinkable beer to be enjoyed all year round.
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If you live in the Southeast Michigan, you know that Busch’s Fresh Food Markets and North Peak Brewing Company are both businesses focused on serving their local community – so why not do a collaboration? Great brewery with a solid line-up of craft beers meets great Food Market with a rather impressive selection of craft beer. This can only end well!
Published in Collaboration Beers
Friday, January 13, 2017

North Peak Releases Stormy Oat IPA

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New Year, New Beer. Headed your way this month is a new style of IPA for North Peak, an East Coast IPA called Stormy.
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 Beerfest on the Bridge - Portland Michigan

This Saturday, August 13th from 3pm to 8pm is Beerfest on the Bridge, presented by the Portland Michigan Main Street Program. The Festival is hosted on Veterans Memorial Bridge in downtown Portland. Built in 1890, the bridge is the oldest known surviving example of a truss bridge in Michigan and it creates an attractive and historic entrance into main street in the 'City of Two Rivers'.
Published in Summer Events

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Stay Mellow. Tying into its Traverse City origin and to the “Up North” culture the brand stands for, it seems only fitting for North Peak to add a year-round cherry beer to its repertoire. Fortified by the fresh water of the Great Lakes and the sweet iconic flavors of Traverse City, Mellow is a higher gravity ale brewed with Michigan cherries and hibiscus.
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 jolly pumpkin detroit patio

As summer heats up, there’s nothing better than a cold beer and a warm patio. Lucky for us Detroiters, Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria and Brewery is prepared to fulfill those needs with its comfortable outdoor patio, perfect for people-watching and soaking up the sun while sampling from their exquisite selection of summer sour ales.
Published in Seasonal Beers

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Michigan-based North Peak Brewing Company introduces its latest craft beer—a summer seasonal called Mighty.  According to brew master Ron Jeffries, this sessionable melon ale (4.8% ABV | 22 IBUs) boasts aromas of watermelon, berry and guava. This exceptionally drinkable beer is the perfect balance of malts, melons and gently-hopped Vanguard, crystal and Michigan chinook hops.
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For the past several years North Peak Brewing Company has been hosting cancer fundraiser events, raising over $300,000 for national childhood cancer research.  This year, North Peak has decided to host an independent event to direct funds to the local cancer community. With over 1,500 area patients diagnosed with cancer annually, North Peak felt the need to help raise awareness and support right here in northern Michigan.
Published in Brewery Events

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Ron Jeffries is the president, co-founder and master brewer of Northern United Brewing Company’s Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, and a collaborator for North Peak Brewing Company. Jeffries began studying and experimenting with brewing in the early 90s, always with an eye towards opening his own brewery. With a special interest in rustic country ales, he launched his professional brewing career in 1995, and quickly became known as an innovative and respected member of Michigan’s emerging craft beer scene.
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