Winter has arrived, and the best way to warm up is with a nice, toasty, dark brew. From stouts to porters to browns, not to mention Scotch ales and Dunkelweizen, there are a ton of delicious options for you to sip by the fireplace this season.
If you live in Beer City USA, you could throw a pint glass and hit a brewery (but don’t do that, please). To narrow it down, we’re highlighting just a few of GR and beyond favorites, along with what they’re best known for.
Fall has arrived, which means it’s time for pumpkin beer and Oktoberfests. In order to get the most of out of the season, we wanted to determine which of these autumnal brews were our favorites. Which, of course, led to a blind taste test.
From Buchanan to Fennville, up the coast to Traverse City, Leelenau, and beyond, there are wineries and tasing rooms galore; some just small, roadside setups and others with sweeping acreage, national notoriety, and added attractions that make them more than just a stop, but a destination.
As summer comes into view, many Michiganders will have wine tasting as part of their vacation plans. Seasoned wine aficionados and the oeno-curious alike have a lot to think about when venturing into the world of wine.