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bastones irishfest 2017

On a day known for celebrating beloved Irish traditions and festivities, why settle for anything less than an authentic experience?


Prost! Get ready to raise a glass at Bastone Brewery just in time for Oktoberfest! Join the Royal Oak brewpub for a celebration of international flavors during a German Beer Dinner from 7-10 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21.


Local craft beer producer Bastone Brewery recently competed in the 20th Annual North American Beer Awards and took home three medals for its satiable beer prepared by head brewer Rockne Van Meter. The national competition hosted by the North American Brewers Association™ (NABA) was moderated by a panel of brewers, certified judges and qualified professionals in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Winners were announced on Friday, June 3.
Published in Brewery News

bastone brewery valentines beer 

Looking for something your date will love this Valentine’s weekend? How about a mix-and-match menu of favorite entrees and desserts?
Published in Brewery Events
bastone article-summer-menu 
Keith Martin, mixologist has been hard at work creating a fresh summer cocktail menu and Chef Robert Young, created two menus - the Summer Lunch and Burger and a Brew menu for Bastone’s to help you dive into summer.
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The corner of 5th and Main streets in Royal Oak has long been home to some of the state’s most awarded beers at Bastone Brewery, 2014 winner of Small Brewpub and Small Brewpub Brewer of the Year award for 2014 for Rockne Van Meter by the Great American Beer Festival in Denver. With the addition of Monk Beer Abbey and a menu of Belgian imported and inspired craft beer, beer fans won’t want to miss a chance to visit.
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bastone irishfest menu

With St. Patrick’s Day just seven days away (I know it’s so close!), Royal Oak’s Bastone Brewery has just unveiled plans for a special menu and new seasonal beers welcoming all ready for a taste of the holiday or spring itself.
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The Great American Beer Festival in Colorado was this weekend. Awards from the Great American Beer Festival are recognized around the world as a symbol of excellent brewing. They are some of the most coveted awards in the industry because professionals from around the world join together in small groups to taste beers in specific categories without knowing the brand of the beer. Gold, Silver and Bronze awards are awarded in each category as the judges see fit.
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Saison was born in the 1700s in the Belgian countryside and finds its roots as quite a few other regional styles of beer do: necessity. The water available in the region wasn't suitable for consumption, and by the miracle of fermentation, the water was made drinkable. The beer also doubled as compensation for farm workers, to the tune of 5 litres per day.
Published in Beer Styles

 Chill, Wind, and a Little Rain Won't Deter a Soldout Crowd at Detroit Fall Beer Fest

As always, the Michigan Brewers Guild Detroit Fall Beer Festival didn't disappoint. With 60 breweries and over 450 beers available, there was enough to satisfy everyone's thirst. This is the second year they offered the festival on Friday and the 5th year on Saturday, and I really enjoy it because the breweries showcase their fall seasonal beers such as Oktoberfests, Pumpkin Beers, Brown Ales, Stouts, Barleywines, and different barrel-aged beers. 
Published in Michigan Brewers Guild
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