Pike 51 opens up the brewhouse for inaugural 2012 Fall Fest

Pike 51 Brewing Co. has had a lot to celebrate since it’s grand opening as part of the Hudsonville Winery in June earlier this year. The original tap lineup has been expanded to fill most of the 16 available taps with new beers such as the Wheatwacker Session IPA or Ticket to Rye’d and growlers are now available to take your favorite brews home with you.
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Grand Opening of Hudsonville's Pike 51 Brewing Co.

Hudsonville Winery celebrated their third anniversary the first weekend in June with the grand opening celebration for the new Pike 51 Brewing Co. Food, wine, and beer were all plentiful and available via purchase of tickets. Food options included macaroni and cheese, as well as pulled pork and beef brisket. The brewery was launched with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday at noon, and included a raffle with some great giveaways.
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New Brewery Pike 51 to Open in Hudsonville Winery

Yes, Hudsonville will soon have it's second brewery. Right on the heels of White Flame's recent opening comes Pike 51 Brewing Company, an expansion of the already existing Hudsonville Winery. Yes, the addition and remodel have been completed including an amazing bar that just has to be seen to believed (and make sure not to miss out on the embedded shark's tooth.) The Brew House is in place and the Brewmaster has been secured, and he is already busy concocting up numerous fermented beverages sooned to be enjoyed by the masses.
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Brewery Review of White Flame Brewing Company in Hudsonville

White Flame is Hudsonville's first brewery, which is quite an accomplishment for a City that still had an alcohol ban in place only a few years ago. Currently serving 5 taps, including “Golden Boy,” a 4.5% domestic ale targeting lighter beer drinkers that made it's debut last year at Hopcat's Hoptoberfest. All of White Flame's initial offerings range between 4.5% and 6.0% alcohol. A variety of styles are available from IPAs, to a porter and an oatmeal Stout.
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