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!)
We’ve partnered with Cynthia Ellingsen the author of “The Lighthouse Keeper” to give one lucky winner a copy of this sweet summer romance set in an idyllic town on the shores of Lake Michigan.
We sat down with Chris and Aubrey Martinson, the owners of the Chelsea Alehouse, to talk about beer, music, and life in Michigan.
We had the opportunity to chat with Jeff Daniels about playing at the Chelsea Alehouse, his music, and Michigan.
Chelsea Alehouse was full of stories, music, and laughter as Jeff Daniels and his guitar entertained a sold-out crowd.
The Ann Arbor Brawlstars had the cure for St. Patty’s Day hangovers with a rock benefit at the Crossroads Pub featuring a bevy of marvelous local bands.
St. Patty’s Day at the Rumpus Room with E-Bird & the Lucky Few. Erin Zindle of the Ragbirds brought her fiddle & the Rumpus Room provided cocktails
What started as a trip to try out one brewery in Jackson turned into a beer adventure with visits to Poison Frog Brewery, Ironbark Brewing Company, and Bifferhaus Brewing Company.
Overlooking the Big Manistique Lake, in Curtis, Michigan is Chamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn. It is one of the Upper Peninsula’s treasures and shouldn’t be missed.
Sponge brought their Beer Sessions live to Kuhnhenn Brewing in Warren for an intoxicating mix of delicious music and beer.
The Michigan Brewers Guild did it again! They pulled off their 12th Annual Winter Beer Festival with no less than 130 breweries and 960 beers. We’ve got nearly 500 pictures!
The Dark Horse Staff Brew Off was on Saturday and the beer garten was again devoid of any snow sculptures. But it was filled to the brim with beer & sunshine!
Combine some tasty craft beer with a huge mix of music in downtown Traverse City and you have the 8th annual Traverse City Winter Microbrew and Music Festival.
The Emergency Bluegrass System put everyone on high alert at the Chelsea Alehouse with an evening full of outstanding music on Friday the 3rd of February.
Ann Arbor hometown blues rock hero, Laith Al-Saadi heated up the winter night at the Blind Pig with two sold-out shows on Friday, January 27th.