Motor City Brewing Works

Detroit's oldest operating microbrewery has added a new location on the Avenue of Fashion in Detroit. In addition to a range of craft brews, like the popular Ghettoblaster, the new space features casual fare. It's located at 19350 Livernois Avenue.

Motor City Brewing Works2021-08-01T00:33:19-04:00

Loaded Dice

The Great Beer State is home to another new brewery. Loaded Dice in Troy typically has between four and eight taps flowing on any given day, and a food truck nearby to satisfy your hunger. It's located at 1725 Rochester Rd.

Loaded Dice2021-07-31T23:00:01-04:00

Bell’s releases highly anticipated Light Hearted Ale

With Bud Light, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra Light, and Miller Lite, consistently topping the list for best-selling beers in the nation, it’s obvious that Americans would rather just reduce some calories than give up their beer all together…but what about taste? For many ale aficionados, losing those calories also means losing some of the complexity and flavor,

Bell’s releases highly anticipated Light Hearted Ale2020-03-04T13:40:37-05:00

The evolution of Dragon’s Milk.

To many beer connoisseurs, Dragon’s Milk is the nectar that truly put New Holland Brewing Company on the map. The West Michigan-based company opened its doors in 1996, and in 2001 a “legend” was born. The release of the first batch of the stout known for its roasty malt character and deep vanilla tones, was a gamechanger.

The evolution of Dragon’s Milk.2020-03-04T14:55:01-05:00

History of Michigan Brewing

While there were certainly home brewers since settlements began, most of Michigan’s early commercial beer history can be traced back to the 1800s, particularly in what are now some of the state’s best-known beer towns. The city that would later come to be known as “Beer City USA,” appears to have gotten its brewing start with a

History of Michigan Brewing2021-07-07T16:22:09-04:00

GRBC to release bottle conditioned sour ales

While the current version of Grand Rapids Brewing Company (GRBC) has only been around since 2012, the original, dates back to 1893. Perhaps that is what makes GRBC the perfect brewery to revisit an old school brewing technique known as bottle conditioning. The company is set to release two of these specialty beers on July 14. Bottle

GRBC to release bottle conditioned sour ales2020-03-04T14:39:01-05:00

Beer Terminology

As you try to discover what types of beer you really like, having the right vocabulary can be helpful. Here are some of the most commonly-used terms in the industry. Alcohol By Volume (ABV) – The measure of the amount of space the alcohol in a beer takes up as a percentage of total volume. This is the

Beer Terminology2018-05-17T16:14:29-04:00

How much does beer mean to Michigan?

It’s Craft Beer Month here in Michigan, and it’s pretty easy to figure out what to do to celebrate. Arguably the hardest part of the decision is which pint to hoist! Lest you think the only thing to celebrate is the deliciousness of the libations our state is producing, (and indeed that would be reason enough for

How much does beer mean to Michigan?2020-03-04T14:12:40-05:00

Great brews on tap for spring

March not only marks the return of greenery and baseball, in many cases it also harkens in the release of some of Michigan’s most popular and unique brews. You’ll notice an influx of wheat and fruit in most of these offerings that are meant to make our minds dream of summer. Here are a few fresh thirst

Great brews on tap for spring2020-03-04T14:14:55-05:00

Bell’s Brewery adds 2nd generation leadership

Just two months old when the company began, Laura Bell, has been named chief executive officer of the brewing dynasty her father founded in 1985. Originally known as Kalamazoo Brewing Company, Bell’s Brewery is now considered to be the seventh largest craft brewery in the United States. The elevation of his daughter from vice president to CEO,

Bell’s Brewery adds 2nd generation leadership2020-03-04T14:15:11-05:00
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