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kalamazoo walking tour article

As Kalamazoo’s reputation for world-class beer continues to grow, so too will the number of opportunities to visit those breweries as part of a walking tour with West Michigan Beer Tours.
Published in Summer Events

tap takeover at the mall article

In partnership with One Well Brewing and Maple Hill Auto Group, the monthly drink and draw's anniversary celebration will be the finale to this year’s Tap Takeover on the Mall series.
Published in Brewery Events

 Bells Issues Automatic Voluntary Recall For Bottles of Mercury Purchased in specific Michigan counties TH

Bell’s Brewery, Inc. is issuing an automatic, voluntary recall on specific bottles of Mercury: The Winged Messenger which may contain a slight glass defect on the outside lip that could result in small pieces to become dislodged from the bottle.
Published in Brewery News

tibb review article

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

Bell’s Brewery, Inc. is proud to announce that it will be the craft beer sponsor of the Kalamazoo Growlers through 2018.
Published in Brewery News

Bell’s brings home two medals from this year’s Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beer

Bell’s Brewery, Inc. brought home two prestigious medals from this year’s 11th Annual Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beer (FoBAB) held in Chicago this past weekend. Le Bretteur, a specialty beer from Bell’s downtown Kalamazoo brewing team, won a gold medal in the Wild/Brett category.The category is designated for beers that are driven by Brettanomyces yeast fermentation but are not sour.
Published in Brewery News

 Coming soon to the  Bell’s General Store: GROWLERS

Growlers will debut soon at the Bell’s General Store in downtown Kalamazoo. A mix of year-round, specialty and seasonal selections will be available to go in two-liter bottles that will feature the Bell’s logo and a swing top lid.
Published in Brewery News

 First look: Oberon and Two Hearted cans, coming in April

Two Hearted Ale and Oberon Ale will debut in cans beginning in late April, 2014. They will be available to purchase in 16-ounce four-packs in all markets the brewery currently distributes to. Both designs will feature familiar images, but the Two Hearted can design will also bring back a local Kalamazoo artist’s illustration from a previously retired label first introduced in the late 1990s.
Published in Brewery News
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Kalamazoo Announces Extensive Tap Wall Line-Up
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Kalamazoo Announces Extensive Tap Wall Line-Up
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is excited to announce the opening tap list at its new Kalamazoo, MI location that will be opening in November at 180 Portage Street in downtown Kalamazoo. The Alamo is committed to highlighting local and regional beer in every market. The list in Kalamazoo features a wide selection of beer from Michigan producers, including selections from Bell’s Brewery, Founders Brewing Company, and Short’s Brewing Company.

 Gonzo's Biggdogg Brewing is Set for End of October Opening

South West Michigan is becoming a destination for beer lovers. In 2012 Grand Rapids made its mark when it when it was voted Beer City USA. And then lightning struck twice in Michigan.
Published in Brewery News
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