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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

"Thank You, BEER" Brewer's Challenge

On October 13th, the Grand Rapids Public Museum officially opened a fabulous and unique exhibit called “Thank You, BEER”. Mostly focusing on Michigan brewing, especially the Grand Rapids area, “Thank You, BEER” is collection of items and stories that show just how much beer has done for the West Michigan area. Even to those already knowing a lot of the history of beer in this area will be pleasantly surprised as to what this exhibit has to offer.
Published in Brewery Events

How to make a cheesesteak while using New Holland's Four Witches Black Saison

Everyone loves a good cheesesteak, even if they don't even know they do. Originating in the City of Brotherly Love, the cheesesteak sandwich has found its way onto the menu of just about every bar and greasy spoon in the country. There are many different styles of course. The original, as defined on it's wikipedia page, is "meat thinly sliced rib-eye or top round, although other cuts of beef are also used, lightly oiled griddle at medium temperature, the steak slices are quickly browned and then scrambled into smaller pieces with a flat spatula. Slices of cheese are then placed over the meat, letting it melt, and then the roll is placed on top of the cheese. The mixture is then scooped up with a spatula, pressed into the roll, and cut in half."
Published in Meats

Michigan Craft Beer “Enthusiasts” Offered Fall & Winter Brewery Tours

One of the benefits of membership in the Michigan Brewers Guild “Enthusiast” program is special VIP tours and tastings at member breweries around the state. To participate in one of these special tours, one must be a current Enthusiast member – a group dedicated to celebrating the growing craft beer industry in the Great Lakes State. Enthusiast memberships are $45 each and are available online at MBG Enthusiast Membership. There is no additional charge for the tours, but reservations are recommended and attendees must show their Enthusiast card.
Published in Michigan Brewers Guild

How to make Lasagna with New Holland's Golden Cap Saison

Marinate chicken in the beer, Italian seasoning (2 tbs), the juice of 1 lime and 2 cloves crushed garlic for 1-2 hours. In the mean time, heat 1 pint cream to a simmer and reduce heat. slowly whisk in 2 cups of fontina and 1 cup parm till smooth (be careful not to burn), add garlic powder and white pepper to taste. remove from heat and set aside. Add the sweat red onion in 2 tbsp of olive oil in a skillet, add diced red pepper and cook till just tender on medium heat (about 5 min). Transfer to bowl. Return pan to med-high heat, brown chicken thighs. Combine peppers onions and chicken. In a medium sized bowl combine ricotta, spinach, egg, Italian seasoning (1tbs), 1/3rd of the prosciutto (chopped) (reserve enough for one layer in your pan) , 1 cup parm. Open can of tomato sauce.

Published in Pasta

Grand Rapid's Twister Rooster and New Crooked Goose Support Michigan Beer!

Looking for a place to go in Grand Rapids before a movie, or perhaps on your way to shopping or a concert at the Orbit Room? Or maybe just a place to have some great food and some great Michigan beers? Conveniently located on Beltline near the Celebration! Cinema Grand Rapids North & IMAX, Twisted Rooster just might be the place for you.

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

Great Michigan Beers For Your Tailgate!

Well, the time has come once again for getting up earlier than we do for work (and much earlier than we ever did for class) to go stand around on campus, sometimes in the freezing cold, and drink beer. That's right, it's football season, and that means it's Tailgate Season. Of course, tailgating isn't exclusively about beer. Hard cider, mulled wine (for colder games), or a stiff Bloody Mary are also great options, and there is always food. Lots of food. Party subs, wings, burgers, breakfast burritos, chili, deep-fried everything, etc, etc...every group has a different strategy and theme for their tailgate.
Published in Seasonal Beers

The Dirty Americans

Craft Beer and Rock N Roll seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly so naturally we were excited when we heard about the first annual Michigan Rock N Brew Festival. We were even more excited when we found out it was going to be held right in our home city of Lansing, Mi! The Michigan Rock N Brew Festival is a weekend long celebration of Michigan Craft Beer and live Rock N Roll.
Published in Summer Events

What's Pouring at Michigan Rock n Brew

The Michigan Rock n Brew event in Lansing is quickly approaching and the list of the beers that will be available has been released. Here's everything you need to know to be prepared.
Published in Summer Events

Michigan beer & wine Taste Garden party kicks-off 2012 Taste of Muskegon

This year’s Taste of Muskegon event began with kick-off party featuring local blues from Vincent Hayes and a wide variety of Michigan beers, wines and ciders. The event was held at the Taste Garden, a central gathering point for those looking to quench their thirst throughout the weekend celebration. The party began Friday evening with $2.00 full pours and served as a tasting booth during the Saturday and Sunday event.
Published in Summer Events
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