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The Vine and Brew in Okemos is excited to show off their new expansion, with events all weekend long! Whether you enjoy drinking wine, beer or both Vine and Brew has fun events for all.
When locals heard that the party store Blue Front was closing, more than a few of us started the “nothing gold can stay” laments that soon turned into much reminiscing about the past and the things that used to be here, but are no more. The building on the corner of Packard and State can be traced back to 1908, when it was listed as being a news depot. It later became a cigar store, and in the 1920s became known as the Blue Front. The reason for the name is lost to the ages, but we do know that a man named Ray E. Collins bought the Blue Front Cigar Store in 1927 and made the place legendary.
Downtown Dexter, Michigan will soon be home to the first ‘Beer Grotto’ with another location opening in Ann Arbor in September. Look for activity near Dairy Queen and Aubree’s Pizzeria and Tavern.
Friday, April 25, 2014 Written by Paul Starr
Grand Opening Celebrates With The Release Of An Exclusive Craft Beer By Right Brain Brewery In Honor Of Owner Rishi Makkar As Well As With A Social Media Photo Contest For A Chance At Founders Brewing’s KBS.
Wednesday, September 05, 2012
The Collective Tap: Detroit's First Craft Beer Store that Focuses on Enjoyment, Education, and Engagement!Written by Ryan Ranspach
Here is further evidence that while it still has a long way to go, the long-beleaguered city of Detroit is indeed turning around. The Collective Tap, a new craft beer store and tasting room, will be soon be opening its doors as the first craft beer retailer in the city. Focused on "enjoyment, education, and engagement", The Collective Tap will be much more than a beer store. With their main focus centering on Belgian and English beers, they will have a first class tasting bar where customers can sample products prior to purchasing them. Also, various classes and events will be held on different styles of beers and how, for new craft beer drinkers, to find one they like. In addition, the store's owner, Emily Miller, is Detroit's first female Cicerone Certified Beer Server.