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Shark Club in Howell is hosting Style Night w/ Rex Halfpenny featuring Bock Beer

Join Rex Halfpenny at the Shark Club and learn the history and intricacies of Bock Beer! Please come hang out with me and learn from one of the States if not the Countries leading experts on beer. I promise you, you will not regret it. Beer is something that constantly changes and grows and no matter what our level of expertize there is always more to learn.

2nd Annual Cinco w/ Short's Party at Shark Club in Howell

Short's Brewing Company will be hosting a tap takeover at the Shark Club in Howell on Saturday, May 5th from Noon to Midnight. Want to rock out your Cinco de Mayo in a non-traditional way? Well, come on down for a day of music, great food specials, and at least 20 different Short's beers on tap!

Recap of Belgian Style Night with Rex Halfpenny at Shark Club in Howell

Last Monday we went to Style Night with Rex Halfpenny at the Shark Club in Howell. The feature was Belgian Beers and they were mostly yeast forward, high alcohol beers that included Delirium Nocturnum, Delirium Tremens, Chimay & Gulden Draak. The three different beers we tried were the Wittekerke which is a Belgian White or WIT Beer, and we had St. Louis Framboise which is a Fruit Lambic. The last one was Poperings Hommel Ale which is a Belgian IPA.

Style Night w/ Rex Halfpenny at Shark Club in Howell

Join Rex Halfpenny at the Shark Club on April 9th at 7pm and start exploring the world of Belgian beer. There are far to many to cover in 1 session so we will go over a small selection this time and revisit this topic again in the near future. Belgium is where a great many world class beers are produced and have been for centuries.

Recap of Barrel-Aged Beer Night at The Shark Club in Howell

On Thursday night we went out to the Shark Club in Howell for their Barrel-Aged Beer Night. The Shark Club is a big place that can fit around 300 people and at this event there had to be at least 150 patrons out enjoying barrel-aged beers. It’s cool to see this kind of turn out since barrel-aged beers are more of an acquired taste and probably not the first choice for an average beer drinker. I must say it’s nice to see people appreciating great beer and the quality of the beer bring them in the door instead of a $2 beer night.
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