Beer Festivals

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2015 Beer List for Beerfest at the Ballpark - On The Field! We are excited to offer Michigan brewers, ciders and mead along with a few of our favorite German and Belgian beers. Purchase tickets HERE

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With occasional light rain and cooler temperatures, this year’s Burning Foot Beer Festival may not have fully lived up to the name, but that’s o.k. because the thousands who attended the sold out beach festival had no complaints as it certainly delivered on the beer. Over 35 of the best lakeshore and surrounding breweries brought to Pere Marquette beach in Muskegon well over a hundred different beers including many new to the area. Add to the mix great local and national bands, amazing beer-influenced food, and the beautiful beach and the result is a success.

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Beer City Festivals, known for events with hard to find craft beers, and patrons hobnobbing with microbrewery owners & brewers, is teaming up with Fermenta for downtown Grand Rapid's first ALL MICHIGAN tasting event. Michigan's finest beers, ciders, wines, and spirits are eagerly waiting for you to pair them with award winning food at this themed tasting event. Tickets go on sale today.

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For the third year in a row, nearly twenty Grand Rapids area breweries are once again collaborating with Friends of Grand Rapids Parks to raise money for their Urban Forest Project, an initiative to maximize the tree canopy within the city.

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Brewed in Michigan – Michigan Craft Beer Festival is BACK and bigger than ever!
Monday, August 17, 2015

Recap of Mt. Brighton Spokes Ale Festival

Written by Aimee West

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Mt. Brighton hosted the Spokes Ale Festival as part of the series finale for the Mt. Brighton Mountain Town Series.

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Portland’s first ever Beerfest on the Bridge took place on August 1st, 2015 from 3:00 p.m. until 8 p.m. on the historic Veterans Memorial bridge built in 1890. The event featured 12 Michigan breweries and 2 cideries together along with live music and local food vendors. Advance tickets were $30 ($35 at the door) and included a commemorative tasting glass with 10 tickets good for 3 oz pours. A limited quantity of $40 VIP tickets were also available which allowed early entry at 2 p.m. and a total of 20 tasting tickets.
Wednesday, August 05, 2015

September Is Filled With Great Fall Festivals

Written by Aimee West

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Get your fall jacket out and remember to wear layers at these upcoming fall festivals.
Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Recap of 2015 Taste of Muskegon

Written by Dan VanderKooi

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This year’s Taste of Muskegon took place in Hackley Park downtown with food vendors, live music, local beer, and a chance to vote for the year’s coveted People’s Choice award. Featured breweries on tap included Fetch Brewing of Whitehall, as well as Pigeon HIll and Unruly Brewing both in downtown Muskegon. Not only were these breweries present on tap, but also many of this year’s winning food vendors had connection to the local brewery scene.

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Join the Holt Community Arts Council for BeerWorks Craft Beer Tasting!! We will be sampling brews from local breweries and learning how the brew-masters craft your favorite craft beers. Ticket includes 10 sample tokens (3 oz. samples) and a cool souvenir pint glass.
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