Displaying items by tag: Arcadia Brewing Company
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Friday, December 19, 2014
We have two beer tasting events for January. Our first slider pairing will take place January 12th at REO Town Pub where we will sample custom sliders from Good Truckin' Food located right here in REO Town, paried with Aracdia Ales! The second event takes place January 19th at Front 43 Neighborhood Pub where we will sample custom sliders paired with Dark Horse Brewery!
Monday, November 24, 2014
Join us December 6th at Arcadia Brewing Company Battle Creek for our 18th Anniversary Celebration! It is a day, yes a whole day, of food, music, beer exclusives, celebration and giving back to the community we have called home since 1996.
Published in Brewery Events
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Downtown Manistee’s 3rd Annual Hops and Props on the river was a weekend long celebration of beer, boats, music and food. The festivities began Friday evening with a kickoff reception at the Boathouse grill, with events throughout the day on Saturday and wrapping up on Sunday morning with the Boater’s Brunch in the lobby of the Ramsdell Inn. Featured events included a beer tent, art and boat shows, and a series of tap takeovers throughout the downtown area.
Published in Summer Events
Monday, September 08, 2014
If you’ve not paid a visit to Kalamazoo in a couple years, a lot has been going on with their local brewery scene. While staples like Bell’s and Olde Peninsula brewpub continue to thrive, the biggest news is of course Arcadia Brewing Company’s recent move from Battle Creek to Kalamazoo with a new productions facility, pub, and restaurant. But while this maybe the most visible and apparent recent addition to Kalamazoo brewing community, behind the scenes another craft brewing revolution is current in progress at the nanobrewery scale with the introduction of several new smaller breweries with brewing systems of 3 barrels and less. To put this in perspective, Bell’s recent expansions have put them in the capacity to brew 500,000 barrels or more a year.
Published in Brewery Reviews
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Starting at Noon on August 31st long before 'all hallos eve' or even the 'witching hour' Arcadia Ale will be pouring drafts of Jaw Jacker a pumpkin spiced ale.
Published in Beer Releases
Thursday, August 07, 2014
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
Thursday, May 01, 2014
The evening will begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 3:00pm, accompanied by the Kalamazoo Pipe Band. Come enjoy the food, atmosphere and handcrafted Ales while contributing for a great cause! Our entire opening day will also be our first “Drink One Down – Support Your Town” in Kalamazoo. All the proceeds from tap sales during this event are donated to a local charity, Kalamazoo’s first being the Big Brothers and Big Sisters – A Community of Caring.
Published in Brewery Events
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
For the third year in a row, Ashley’s of Westland is hosting a friendly competition featuring eight different breweries. The field this year contains a great mixture of both long-time favorites and some up and comers. Five of the eight are Michigan breweries, and the other three do a fine job of representing the rest of the country. The first round will feature four beers from each brewery, with the winner being determined by the total glasses sold. The second round features 6 beers per brewery, and the final round will feature eight. In the past, many of the breweries participating have brought a nice combination of their standards as well as highly sought after ones, sometimes even beers never served outside of their own brewpubs. One of the most exciting parts of the two previous throwdowns has been the opportunity it has provided for Ashley’s customers to interact with personnel from the breweries who are on hand.