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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

Check out What's Brewing at Comerica Park This Season

It's spring time and that means it's time to kick off another season of Tiger Baseball at Comerica Park in Detroit. With the team coming up just short of winning a World Series title last fall, hopes and expectations are high that this will be the year they bring a championship back to The D!
Published in Restaurant / Bar News

New Holland Brewing Company - Holland Michigan

After two years of planning, New Holland Brewing Co. begins construction Monday, February 4 to renovate their Pub located at 66 E. 8th Street in downtown Holland. Excitement has been building as New Holland waits on the final approval from the City Council on the full plans, which should happen next week.
Published in Brewery News

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

3rd Annual Southern Michigan Winter Beer Festival At the Jackson County Fairgrounds in the American 1 Event Center

The Jackson County Fairgrounds will be hosting the 3rd Annual Southern Michigan Winter Beer Festival on Saturday March 9th from 12pm – 5pm in the American 1 Event Center.
Published in Winter Events

Steve Berthel

New Holland Brewing Co. is proud to announce that longtime collaborator and brewer, Steve Berthel has joined the New Holland crew as of February 1. He is joining the team as Head Pub Brewer and will oversee the specialty beers brewed at the Pub (66 E. 8thStreet Holland, MI).
Published in Brewery News

The B.O.B. Celebrates Beer City USA's 2nd Annual Beer Week with Craft Beer Dinner

The BOB will pair local craft beers with a unique selection of Gilly’s food options – manyincorporating beer.
In celebration of Beer City U.S.A.’s (GrandRapids’) 2nd Annual Beer Week, The BOB will be hosting a craft beer dinner featuring14 Michigan breweries and food from Gilly’s on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 6:00 p.m.
Published in Beer Week Events

The Soup Spoon Cafe

Last month, we celebrated our second anniversary with a delicious and fun dinner at the Soup Spoon Café in Lansing. It was a five course meal designed by the Nick Gavrilides, owner of the Spoon and Jason Blastic, head chef. We were very excited for this dinner not just because it was a milestone for our project but because of the marvelous creations that come out of Soup Spoon’s kitchen each day, and especially for private beer dinners.

Hank's Tavern in Muskegon

Veteran Restaurateur Hoby Thrasher promised something new for Muskegon with the new Hank’s Tavern, and on Saturday, December 1st he has delivered. The Henry / Sherman St. location is not new; Previous businesses at this location have included a bank and fast food pizza joint with the short-lived Bonfire restaurant being the most recent tenant. However, this time around Hoby has really outdone himself transforming the building which once felt small and cramped to an expansive and vibrant atmosphere which will be sure to impress anyone familiar with the building’s former occupants.

A Few Great Beers to Pair with Thanksgiving Dinner

In just a few short days, most of us will embark on one of the quintessential events of the American experience: heading home for a 2-3 day death-march of way too much food, family, and football. Yes, it's Thanksgiving, the time to remember how thankful we are for our family, and that we don't live with them every other day of the year as well. As far as the food, Thanksgiving dinners can either be delicious and savory or poorly seasoned and boring--there seems to rarely be an in-between.

However the dinner is where you're going, you're likely going to need (we strongly encourage it, anyway) a few beers to help you survive, especially while watching the Lions. So, we thought we would put together a beer drinking guide to Thanksgiving, a couple beers to sip on throughout the day and then a few to go with each of courses in the traditional Thanksgiving meal. We hope you find it useful and wish you safe and happy travels wherever you're headed this week.
Published in Seasonal Beers
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