Displaying items by tag: Fred Bueltmann
Thursday, October 16, 2014
New Holland Brewing shares a great many things in common with our neighbors to the north – including the Great Lakes, an obsession with ice sports and a love of handcrafted beer and spirits. This final commonality is why New Holland will begin distribution to Ontario, Canada in October 2014.
Thursday, October 09, 2014
In a series of recent announcements and restructuring, New Holland Brewing is proud to announce a new Vice President of Sales – Adam Lambert. Lambert, previously the VP of Sales for Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, will join the team in mid November.
Tuesday, October 07, 2014
New Holland Brewing Co., Michigan’s third largest brewery and first craft whiskey distiller, has just signed a lease with Rockford Construction and plans to launch a new brewpub, micro-distillery and restaurant slated to open in early 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan’s west side. The new endeavor supports the company’s goals to reach the growing craft consumer in New Holland’s home market of West Michigan and beyond.
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
I was able to talk to Fred Bueltmann from New Holland just as he was getting off the SS Badger Manitowoc, Wi. We talked about camping, how the trip was going so far and everything in between.
Published in Brewery Events
Monday, September 22, 2014
Earlier this month, Carhartt, America’s legendary work wear brand, and New Holland Brewing Co., brewers of craft beer and spirits, announced The Road Home to Craftsmanship tour – a nearly 1,300-mile road trip from Detroit to Denver that will act as a national release party for their collaboration brew – The Carhartt Woodsman.
Published in Beer Releases
Thursday, August 21, 2014
In February, Carhartt, America’s legendary work wear brand, and New Holland Brewing Co., brewers of craft beer and spirits, announced a collaboration brew to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the iconic clothing manufacturer - The Carhartt Woodsman. The beer is brewed for the men and women who are building America, holding craftsmanship and hard work close to their heart and The Road Home to Craftsmanship is a tour created to bring the beer to the people, and bring their stories back.
Published in Brewery Events
Monday, August 18, 2014
Holland, Michigan-based craft brewery and artisan distiller, New Holland Brewing Co. has announced plans to distribute their products to four new markets across the great plains and into the Rocky Mountains beginning mid-August. Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa will soon be a part of the brewery’s now 24-state territory for beer and 17-state territory for spirits, including Washington D.C. To celebrate, New Holland will be hosting a handful of events in each state in August and September to kick off their launch in Central U.S.
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
New Holland Brewing Co.’s current Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Fred Bueltmann (a.k.a. The Beervangelist) will be stepping into a new position as the Holland, MI brewery’s Vice President of Brand and Lifestyle. This new position is a response to the company’s significant growth over the past several years, charging Bueltmann with shaping and sharing New Holland’s brand and culture within the company and beyond. Bueltmann will also act as the official spokesperson and man on the scene at major industry events as well as foster collaborative relationships in the marketplace.
Friday, April 25, 2014
This year, New Holland Artisan Spirits in Holland, Michigan is putting its Prohibition-era still to work, with the release of three new spirit offerings. The award-winning creator of craft beer and artisan spirits will release an orange liqueur – Clockwork Orange and two barrel-aged offerings –Knickerbocker Barrel Gin and Barreled Hatter Royale starting this spring.
Published in Distillery News
Friday, June 14, 2013
Fred Bueltmann (also known as The Beervangelist) is an owner of New Holland Brewing Co. and an outspoken, fiercely passionate champion of well-made beer and food. Well-known in the beer and food communities, Fred’s exuberant and sometimes manic quest to artfully integrate beer with food led to his first book—Beervangelist’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Published in Other Beer News