Locked In Alcohol Cooler, Man Starts DrinkingThe man said he wanted to buy beer and got locked inside the cooler just before midnight Tuesday. He said he figured he might as well stay inside and drink.
Alcohol In Moderation Makes You More Creative, Study SaysA new study from the the University of Graz proved that mild intoxication of alcohol can help you think more freely and become more creative.
'Pure Brews America' Comes Back In July With 16 More Breweries In And Around MichiganFresh off their Michigan Emmy award win (“Best Magazine Program”), the folks behind "Pure Brews America" are set to air eight all new episodes at 12:30 p.m. every Saturday in July and August on CBS 62.
Big Rig Hauling Load Of Beer Rolls On Freeway Ramp [VIDEO]Authorities say the driver was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
Bottoms Up! New Holland Brewing Company Joins Forces With PabstAll beers will continue to be brewed in Holland, Michigan.
Spartan Barley: Michigan State University Researchers Redefine 'Green Beer'Agricultural experts at MSU have revived a strain of Spartan barley, which hasn't been used by beer makers in nearly a century.
Ultimate Guide To The Guinness BreweryEverything you need to know before you visit Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland
Grand Rapids Museum Classes Offer Scientific Look At BeerClasses will be held June 21, July 19 and Aug. 16.
Lager Law: Attorneys' Guild Forms For Craft Brewers, DistillersIndustry officials say there are roughly 4,200 U.S. breweries operating today — an all-time high that surpasses even pre-Prohibition levels.
Semi Carrying Beer Catches Fire, Causes Backups On I-96"The trailer it was carrying was loaded with beer," Brighton Area Fire Authority deputy chief Mike Evans told WWJ Newsradio 950. "It was an insulated trailer."
The Snack Attack: Best Michigan Brews To Celebrate National Beer DayMany of us celebrate beer every day but today, it's official.
Some Lawmakers, Businesses Upset With Beer, Wine Sale BillBig businesses like Meijer are "becoming so dominant as to be crushing," said Rep. Ray Franz. He thinks the bill will make it even easier for big box stores to swallow mom-and-pop shops.