A well-known Michigan brewer that had said it was pulling out of a major beer festival because of planned political fundraising at the event did an about-face, announcing Friday it was back in.
A well-known Michigan brewer has pulled out of a major beer festival because of planned political fundraising at the event.
For the first time in nearly 60 years, Oak Park restaurants will be able to serve beer and wine by the glass.
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Some of the biggest beer lovers in the country are right here in Michigan. Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, and Kalamazoo are all vying for the title of Beer City USA 2013.
New Holland Brewing is now the third-largest microbrewery in Michigan and the state’s largest independent distiller of spirits.
Bells Brewery Inc. has received the Escanaba City Council’s approval to buy property for a $2.5M manufacturing plant.
The Kalamazoo, Michigan is the home of Bell’s Brewery — maker of Oberon, a wheat ale that is only distributed late March through October. The day that Oberon starts to be sold is known as Oberon Day.
Oberon lovers gathered at Bell’s Brewery to raise a glass to a seasonal rite: The annual release of kegs of the summer beer.
The Oak Park City Council will vote to allow the sale of beer and wine, which has not been allowed since 1945.