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Petals & Vines: Michigan Beer and Wine Tasting Fundraiser for Woldumar Nature Center

Fri., May 10, 2013 from 6pm-11pm 

$30/Ticket (Tickets include a pint glass, 4 tokens for beer & wine tasting, dinner & live music)

This spring Woldumar is kicking off the season with our second annual evening of Michigan Beer and Wine tasting! Petals & Vines is a night dedicated to celebrating the beauty of Michigan!
Published in Spring Events

Sixth Michigan Cask Ale Festival at Ashley’s to Showcase Largest Selection in the State

More Than 1,000 Expected to Attend Unique, Newly Expanded Event
The Michigan Cask Ale Festival returns Saturday, May 4, to Ashley’s Beer & Grill, 7525 Wayne Rd., with expanded hours and the largest lineup of cask-conditioned and served beers in the Festival’s six-year history – and the largest available at one time anywhere in the state.
Published in Spring Events

4th Annual Brew-Ski Festival

Celebrate suds, snow and early spring fun with the 4th Annual Brew-Ski Festival at Boyne Highlands Resort on Saturday, March 9. Brew-Ski Festival features craft beer sampling, live music, brats on the grill, and the enjoyment of early spring skiing and snowboarding.
Published in Winter Events

Northern United Brewing Company

In anticipation of the opening of its new 75,000-square-foot brewery in Dexter, Northern United Brewing Company has hired John Walsh as its new Head Brewer for the Jolly Pumpkin and North Peak brands. Walsh comes to Michigan most recently from Maui Brewing Company in Hawaii. Over his brewing career, Walsh has racked up a more than two dozen awards while crafting beer for Hawai’i Nui Brewing Company, Keoki Brewing Company and Oak Creek Brewing Company.
Published in Brewery News

Homegrown Festival: Homegrown Food Music and of Course—Beer!

Last weekend, Ann Arbor hosted its fifth annual Homegrown Festival. Yeah, yeah, I can hear all of the pot jokes you naughty folks are making but seriously folks, this thing is a winner.  The festival brings together farmers, gardeners, nonprofit groups, butchers, bakers, candlestick makers and brewers—all under one big tent! There was music, tons of food and a most wonderful beer tent where I am not at all ashamed to say I spent most of my time.
Published in Fall Events

Jolly Pumpkin’s De Viento Brew to Benefit Dexter Relief Fund and Victims of Spring Tornadoes

On March 15, 2012, a devastating tornado touched down in the small southeastern community of Dexter, Michigan – the hometown of one of the nation’s most noted craft breweries: Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales. While the brewery itself was not damaged in the storm, the compassionate owners and staff felt the immediate need to help out their neighbors who were affected by doing what they do best – make beer.
Published in Brewery News

U.P. Fall Beer Fest Returns to Marquette’s Mattson Lower Harbor Park

Michigan Brewers Guild Hosts 4th Annual Event – Saturday, September 8

More than 30 Michigan craft breweries will gather at Mattson Lower Harbor Park on Saturday, September 8 for the 4th Annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival where attendees will be able to sample from more than 160 different locally-crafted beers – along with food prepared by area restaurants and live, local entertainment.
Published in Michigan Brewers Guild

Great Michigan Beers For Your Tailgate!

Well, the time has come once again for getting up earlier than we do for work (and much earlier than we ever did for class) to go stand around on campus, sometimes in the freezing cold, and drink beer. That's right, it's football season, and that means it's Tailgate Season. Of course, tailgating isn't exclusively about beer. Hard cider, mulled wine (for colder games), or a stiff Bloody Mary are also great options, and there is always food. Lots of food. Party subs, wings, burgers, breakfast burritos, chili, deep-fried everything, etc, etc...every group has a different strategy and theme for their tailgate.
Published in Seasonal Beers

Lansing Beer Week Presents: Michigan Beer & Chocolate Pairing

On Wednesday, August 22nd just down the street from Beerhound Headquarters at the REO Town Pub, we will be hosting a beer & chocolate tasting event as part of the first inaugural Lansing Beer Week. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased through Lansing Beer Week's website. The ticket includes a five course beer and chocolate pairing and a great burger & beer special for $8 afterwards. The featured beers are Jolly Pumpkin Madrugada Obscura (Dark Dawn Stout), Short's Soft Parade, Dark Horse Tres Blueberry Stout, Frankenmuth Dunkel & Atwater Decadent Dark Chocolate Ale. If you can't make the chocolate tasting, you're more than welcome to just come by for the burger & beer.
Published in Beer Week Events

Lansing Beer Week Presents: Michigan Craft Beer Bar Crawl

The fifth event in the Lansing Beer Week rotation will be a bar crawl through the Stadium District in downtown Lansing on the evening of Thursday, August 23rd. Tickets are $25 and includes two pints of Michigan craft beer and access to exclusive beer & food specials at each of the four stops along the way. The bars included in the crawl will be The Waterfront Bar and GrilleThe Nuthouse Sports GrillTaps 25, and The Tin Can. All these places have made Michigan beers a big part of their business models and we are proud to have them aboard for this bar crawl.
Published in Beer Week Events
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