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Kuhnhenn Brewing Company: A Nondescript Building That Belies The Liquid Treasures Hidden Inside

Kuhnhenn Brewing Company in Warren is housed in a nondescript building that belies the liquid treasures hidden inside. There are reasons for the unpretentious, plain façade, of course. Number 1 is that Kuhnhenn is housed in the old Ma & Pa hardware store that used to be owned and run by the Kuhnhenn family, and Ye Olde True Value has never been known for its architectural splendor. Number 2? Well, they really don’t care about glitz and glamour, preferring instead to let their beer (and wine, and mead) do the talking for them. Their beers have won numerous medals and awards around the globe, led by their stalwarts 4th Dementia (ale aged in bourbon barrels) and DRIPA (a double rice IPA).
Published in Brewery Reviews

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

Toast on the Coast: August 25 - St. Clair Shores

Toast on the Coast takes over Fishbone’s in St. Clair Shores for a lakeside summer fete filled with brews, fish boils and bands.
Published in Summer Events

On Saturday, August 4th, Motor City Brew Tours will be a hosting an event that is a bit of a change from their normal brew tours. Since it is National Mead Day, they will heading out to various meaderies (2 of which are also breweries) in the Detroit area. The event last from 12:00-3:00; tickets are $25 and include transportation, tours and samples at each of the three meaderies. The tour begins and ends at B. Nektar Meadery in Ferndale and coincides with their 4-year anniversary. It will then head to Dragonmead Brewery and Kuhnenn Brewery, then finish up back at B. Nektar for their anniversary party.
Published in Motor City Brew Tours
Thursday, May 17, 2012

A Beer for the Season: Saison

New Holland Brewing Company Golden Cap Saison Ale

As the temperatures start to rise, as the grass and trees get greener, we as beer drinkers often look to lighter styles to quench our thirst. A perfect example of this type of brew is Saison. The name its self is originally French for season and summer is the season we are talking about. These beers originally were brewed in the Wallonia region in Southern Belgium which was predominately French speaking. These lower alcohol pale ales were designed for the farm workers for drinking during the harvest season.
Published in Seasonal Beers

Four Michigan Breweries Awarded 7 Medals at 2012 World Beer Cup

Four Michigan breweries – Bastone, Dragonmead, Founders and Kuhnhenn – are among those from around the world to received awards from an elite international panel of judges in the 2012 Brewers Association World Beer Cup.
Published in Brewery News

Imperial Stouts: Kuhnhenn Brewing Company Solar Eclipse & Big Rock Chophouse Flying Buffalo Imperial Stout

In today’s beer lingo, the words big and flavorful have taken a back seat to terms like intense, extreme, and the often used “imperial”. For over 250 years, one style, Russian Imperial Stout, has been living up to and often exceeding those descriptors. This big and dark beer started life in English breweries and evolved into a style that would allow it to survive the trip to Russia and the Baltic States. Early attempts to ship beer from England resulted in the receipt of spoiled beer by the Imperial Court of Russia. To deliver a drinkable product, brewers increased the amount of both alcohol and hops in the brew, both ingredients acted as preservatives. The recipients of this big rich brew were delighted to say the least. The isolationist tariffs that the Russian Government imposed in the 1820s applied to all imports, except stout. Now that is a testament to the love for this intense brew.
Published in Seasonal Beers

Motor City Brew Tours to visit Great Baraboo, Dragonmead & Kuhnhenn

On April 14, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Motor City Brew Tours will be touring Great Baraboo Brewing Company in Clinton Township, Kuhnhenn Brewing in Warren and Dragonmead Brewery in Warren. Adam has turned the beer program around at Great Baraboo. Dragonmead and Kuhnhenn Breweries are always tour favorites and are sure to leave you wanting more! Come experience beer on the east-side on one of our most popular tour routes.

Published in Motor City Brew Tours

Michigan Breweries | The Winter Seasonal Beers

As the days get shorter and the temperatures start to plummet, there is no mistake that Winter is here. Although the season does not start officially until the Winter Solstice, December 22 this year, ask any Michigander and they will tell you Winter starts much earlier. While all people know the bad that Winter brings... snow, school closings, bad roads, etc we need to focus on the good. The good that I am referring to is Winter Beer!
Published in Seasonal Beers
Friday, April 22, 2011

Fourth Dementia Olde Ale Review

Fourth Dementia Olde Ale Beer Review - Kuhnhenn Brewing_Company

Click below to watch Kuhnhenn Brewing Company Fourth Dementia Olde Ale Beer Review.

Published in Video Beer Reviews
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