As the movement to legalize recreational marijuana gains steam in Michigan, many craft breweries have started to take notice. On their minds is a key concern: Would legalizing pot negatively affect sales of craft beer?
A few places to find beer mingled with your food — including mussels, french fries and even chocolate.
Revue spoke with brewmeisters John Stewart of Perrin Brewing Co., Laura Houser of Founders Brewing and Matt Peterson of Cedar Springs Brewing.
If you ask Michiganders what M-43 is, they might answer that it’s a Michigan highway. But after the summer of 2017, many will assume you’re talking about the beer. Old Nation Brewing Co. rocketed onto the craft scene this year with M-43, a New England IPA, that has taken beer lovers by storm.
The nationwide New England IPA trend shows no signs of fading, but there’s a lot more brewing in the local beer scene for the rest of 2017 and beyond.
Craft beer enthusiasts deride the mass-produced American lager style as fizzy yellow beer, macro swill or lawnmower beer — in a word, they’re boring — but even boring beer sells.
If you are going to reach for a macro lager, you might as well know which ones taste the best. To help in that decision-making process, Revue conducted a blind tasting of 20 beers using a panel of expert tasters from four West Michigan craft breweries.
Calling all beer enthusiasts — here’s a look at some of the best upcoming beer events and festivals. If you don’t want to wait until 2018 (assuming the world even lasts that long), don’t miss ’em this time around.
Here’s a common refrain every homebrewer with decent chops has heard dozens of times: “Your beer is really good. You should open a brewery.”
While it may often be a polite declaration from a gracious recipient of free beer, it has nonetheless empowered more than a handful of hobbyists to consider making the leap into the professional leagues.
However, making that jump is not as easy — or as inexpensive — as it may sound.
If you want to drink something fruity and alcoholic, we suggest wine, cider or even mead. However, if you’re dead-set against those other ferments and need a fruity Michigan beer, Revue gathered a baker’s dozen of fruit beers made by Michigan breweries and put them before our tasting panel.
Revue’s Beer Czar goes to Vermont to investigate the source of the hottest craze in craft beer.
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