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HopCat Giving Away Crack Fries For FREE On July 1

They’re ranked among Food Network Magazine’s favorite french fries from across the country — and they’re free on Wednesday.

CBS Detroit–06/29/2015

Crews are putting the finishing touches on preparations for the grand opening of the new HopCat Detroit. (By Edward Cardenas)

In Celebration Of Gay Marriage, City Of Ferndale And HopCat Offer Deals

It’s a great deal for fans of crack fries, and well, fans of being in a bar with lots of other people on Friday night.

CBS Detroit–06/26/2015

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Best Beer Gardens In Detroit

One of the most celebrated and ancient beverages known to civilization is beer. Whether the beer is dark, lager, ale, stout, wheat, brown, fruit, honey, pale, light, red, or strong, there is a flavor for every pallet. Sit down with friends or complete strangers, grab a frosty mug, pour a beer, and celebrate. Spring, summer, fall, or winter, it is a good day for a beer.


Crews continue work on the new HopCat Detroit. The horseshoe frame will become the bar with the  framing. The area in the middle will eventually housing the tap tower and its 130 tap handles. (Source: HopCat.)

HopCat Detroit Hiring For New Woodward Location

HopCat Detroit is looking to hire a variety of employees for its new location on Woodward. The bar and entertainment is scheduled to open in December.

CBS Detroit–10/10/2014

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Report: Michigan 10th In Country With Nearly 70,000 Beer-Related Jobs

A report showed the state’s overall beer sector generates more than 64,000 jobs, with nearly 5,000 in the distributing sector, putting Michigan at 10th in the nation regarding beer-related jobs.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/01/2014

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HopCat Detroit Announces Grand Opening Plans For 130-Tap Bar

HopCat Detroit plans a record tap takeover by Short’s Brewing Company, live music and giveaways for the Nov. 15 grand opening.

CBS Detroit–08/20/2014

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Largest Craft Beer Venture Ever Coming To Detroit — Meet HopCat!

Highlighting Michigan craft beer will be the focus of the $3.3 million venture.

CBS Detroit–02/06/2014