Big Red Coq is the champ in a Revue taste-off of local ambers and reds.

Drinking with Doggos: Where to grab a pint, and bring Fido along, too

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Wednesday, 05 October 2016 11:46 |

Take a trip to Portland or Asheville, Fort Collins or Pittsburgh and you’ll notice many of the breweries share a common theme: They welcome — if not encourage — patrons to bring their dogs. Many Michigan breweries have been slow to open their doors to dogs — that could soon be changing, but for now, here are a few that are already dog-friendly.

Weird Beers

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Wednesday, 05 October 2016 11:26 |

Innovation spawns progress, but it’s a fine line. After all, not every innovation should move off the back of a napkin and become reality. Here are four “innovative” beers that probably should have remained barroom banter and not made it to production. 

Revue Brewery Road Trip: The Under The Radar Edition

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Wednesday, 05 October 2016 10:58 |

For this edition of Revue’s occasional beer road trip series, we headed south out of Grand Rapids with just a skeleton of a plan to explore five breweries. Little did we know the 150-mile journey would lead us to discover some new favorites along the way, including recently launched small-town pubs, a young brewery that’s on the forefront of reviving classic German-style beers, and humble but growing producers making some high-quality liquid.

West Michigan craft brewers pick their go-to beers

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Wednesday, 05 October 2016 10:47 |

Revue wanted to know what the go-to beers are for people in the brewing industry. Ten brewery owners let us open their refrigerators and take a peek. 

Creston Brewery offers range of accessible flavors with community vibe

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Thursday, 08 September 2016 10:11 |

A new brewery is breathing life into a long-vacant former furniture showroom on Plainfield Avenue in Grand Rapids’ burgeoning Creston neighborhood. Launched last month by two couples — Vince Lambert and Cailin Kelly, and Scott Schultz and Molly Bouwsma-Schultz — Creston Brewery aims to bring an inclusive environment to the local craft beer scene with something for people of all backgrounds and tastes, including non-beer lovers.

Crushable Lagers: Craft beer comes full circle

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Friday, 02 September 2016 10:32 |

Although craft brewers once maligned mass-produced American lagers as “fizzy, yellow beer,” many have started to embrace the traditional German styles as consumers seek out sessionable options.

Let’s face it: Sometimes you just want a flavorful, crushable beer. Lagers are the so-called lawnmower beers, but that doesn’t mean they have to forego nuance and flavor, as this sampling proved. 

Brewery Vivant’s Wood-Aged Beer Fest tickets available

Written by Revue Staff | Tuesday, 30 August 2016 15:51 |

Brewery Vivant is now selling tickets to the sixth-annual Wood-Aged Beer Festival.

GRAND RAPIDS — Forgive Joe Short and his colleagues from Bellaire-based Short’s Brewing Co. if they look a little tired. They had a busy day on Wednesday. That’s when the Northern Michigan brewery released Psychedelic Cat Grass, its triple dry-hopped IPA, across its entire multi-state distribution footprint. 

Northern Exposure: Craft brewery wanderings in NW Michigan

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Friday, 29 July 2016 10:08 |

Since this is Revue’s road trip edition and it is summer in Michigan, we decided to head north on a meandering of our own, in search of what the area’s nascent craft beverage scene has to offer. Here’s what we found.

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