Displaying items by tag: Shorts Brewing Company

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BarFly Ventures announced plans to launch Detroit’s largest beer bar and its newest entertainment venue with a free concert by the highly acclaimed Pitchblak Brass Band and a world-record tap takeover by Bellaire based Short’s Brewing Company.

Beer and Ice Cream Pairing

In August we're offering 2 beer and ice cream paring events. This is a fabulous event for foodies and non foodies alike. The subtle flavors of each craft beer brings out the different complex flavors in each MSU Dairy Ice Cream. The MSU Dairy Store produces more than 40 different flavors, but there are only slots for 32 flavors at Anthony and 20 flavors in the Union.
Published in Brewery Events

brown ale photo

As with most standard American styles, Brown Ale was born in Europe. The earliest English Ales were brown in color, using “brown” malt – base malt that had been kilned over a hardwood fire. These early beers were prized for their smokiness and dark color, and the first reference to brown ales was in 1750, by way of Partigyle Brewing.
Published in Beer Styles

 jane beerfest article

With temps in the upper 80s and humidity to match, Lansing’s REO Town attracted a record number of thirsty people to its Second Annual Lansing Beer Fest. While the official event ran 1 to 6 p.m., a line of 45 VIP ticketholders were grateful for the noon jumpstart on more than 30 vendors in attendance. Throughout the day, the audience would swell to 1,000, making me grateful my husband and I had worn matching garish Hawaiian shirts to be able to locate each other as we tried different sides of the five-block area. The shirts also turned strangers into friends.
Published in Summer Events

For the 10-year anniversary celebration, Short’s Brewing Company shut down the streets of Bellaire with a celebration inside and outside of the pub included an outdoor music tent and 99 different taps. Food trucks were on hand for the 4,000+ capacity crowd which include the annual State of the Brewery Address from owner Joe Short as well as a 10-Year commemorative video. Admission was free to the family-friendly event which included a 2-set headlining performance from Dean Ween of the band Ween whose song names served as inspiration for the items on the Short’s pub’s regular food menu.
Published in Brewery Events

Women were always the brewers. Beer was a foodstuff and, like all foodstuffs, it was made by women. This changed as beer moved from the home into the commercial realm in the Middle Ages; it changed rapidly during the Industrial Revolution when breweries became big and employed men as their brewers.
Published in Brewery News

 9th Annual Winter Beer Festival

Here we are, just a few days away from WINTER BEERFEST! I have assembled my top 25 list for this year, and my is it sounding delicious! Breweries from all over the state are bringing their brightest and best for the festival, anxious to share their fantastic brew with all of you!
Published in Michigan Brewers Guild

Southwest Michigan’s premier farm-to-fork eatery Salt of the Earth announces its 2014 Michigan ‘Surprise’ Dinner Series.

 The Buck hosts Barrel-Aged Beer Fest on Jan 29th & Jan 30th

The weather forecast for the end of January is still calling for below freezing temperatures. Stay warm and join us at The Buck on January 29th and 30th from 4:00 PM to close for the First Annual Barrel Aged Beer Fest, where the temperature even on the heated, outside deck will be nice and toasty warm. Make sure to mark this event on your calendar, and remember that there is no entry fee.
Friday, January 03, 2014

The Top 25 Michigan Beers

The Top 25 Michigan Beers

A top 25 list is quite the challenge, I can't emphasize that enough. It was a very difficult process for me to get a solidified list because there is so much amazing beer in this state!
Published in The Top Mi Beer Lists
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