The 10h Annual UP Fall Beer Festival held in Marquette’s Mattson Lower Harbor Park featured hundreds of beers! Plus art, pipers and some excellent music.
The concentrated power of several thousand beer drinkers banished the rain to rejoice in a beautiful afternoon of beer and music at the Burning Foot Beer Fest 2018
The Michigan Brewers Guild held its 21st Summer Beer Festival in Ypsilanti’s Riverside Park. This year’s festival was picture perfect. We have hundreds of photos and need your help sharing them. Read on for our plan to share these beauties.
The annual Dark Horse Brewing Crawfish boils salutes the mighty mudbug and marks the unofficial beginning of summer in Marshall with food, music, and beer.
The 2018 Winter Beer Festival was the same wonderful festival, just postponed for a week. There were new faces in the crowd and just a few less breweries because of the date change.
Michigan’s west shore is a playground for awesome beers and you’ll find some gems at North Pier Brewing Company in Benton Harbor.
Stiggs Brewery celebrates the heritage of Michigan’s north woods with delicious beer and food in a historic railway office in Boyne City.
A bounty of delicious beers and fantastic food awaits you at the Fillmore 13 Brewery in downtown Pontiac, Michigan. A relaxed space to enjoy good beer with good company.
Dark Horse’s 2017 Annual 4 Elf Party was Sat, Dec 9. Hundreds of elves arrived to enjoy live music, exotic food, beer tappings, and the bottle releases.
The Detroit Fall Beer Festival 2017 was an awesome blend of deliciously dark and decadent beer, adult dress-up and Detroit Rock and Roll.
Fetch Brewing in Whitehall hosts a vault of fantastic beers within an intriguing setting making this a must see destination.
The 9th Annual UP Fall Beer Festival in Marquette, Michigan on Sept 9, 2017, was a sweet taste of summer with a touch of plaid, hops headgear, and a dinosaur or two. I know, right?
The Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival celebrated its 20th Anniversary on July 21st and 22nd. We’ve got a colorful commentary and lots of photos
Redline Brewing in Burton, Michigan was the spot last weekend for raging iron machines and sweet art work at the DedRabbits Lowbrow Art Show and Hot Rod Shakedown.
On May 13, The Dark Alley Cycle Shop in Marshall, Michigan threw an open house to show off the revamped shop with great beer, food, and music. We stopped by and interviewed Cabe and Lance. They shared a bit more about their vision for the shop, what sets them apart from other cycle shops, and if they anticipate partnering with a dealership. (That got them a bit sidetracked!)