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Bell’s to revamp Pale Ale

By  •  West

COMSTOCK — In October, Bell’s Pale Ale will no longer be Bell’s Pale Ale.

The company announced Monday it is changing the name of the beer to Bell’s Midwestern Pale …
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Artoberfest mixes art and brews in Benton Harbor

An Oktoberfest-style celebration is on-tap to draw hundreds of people to downtown Benton Harbor, Sept. 15 from noon to 10 p.m.

Artoberfest 2012 will showcase regional talent, breweries and wineries …
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Inaugural U.P. Craft Beer Week to be held in September

The Upper Peninsula’s first-ever Craft Beer Week will be held September 3-8, culminating in the Michigan Brewers Guild’s U.P. Fall Beer Festival in Marquette’s Lower Harbor.

U.P. Craft Beer Week …
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Lansing Beer Week set for August 19-25

LANSING — The first annual Lansing Beer Week will take place from August 19 to August 25. This week-long celebration will feature Michigan craft beer themed events throughout the greater …
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Jolly Pumpkin, North Peak parent company announces new brewing facility

ANN ARBOR — Big changes are underway at Northern United Brewing Company (NUBC) — the maker of Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, North Peak and Grizzly Peak beers. The company announced …
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Bell’s homebrew competition winner to be put on tap

By  •  West

KALAMAZOO — Bell’s Brewery has announced the availability of September’s award-winning homebrew in its tap room, named A Bit of Heat.

The homebrew, created by Geoff Groff and entered into …
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Drink Michigan to host third annual Sip of Michigan

Drink Michigan, an organization dedicated to celebrating Michigan-made beer, wine and spirits, will host Sip of Michigan on July 13 from 8:00 p.m. to midnight at the Rattlesnake Club in …
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Grand Rapids breweries team up for Beer City Pale Ale

By  •  West

Grand Rapids has yet another reason to toast the town. Ten area breweries have teamed to create Beer City Pale Ale, a new craft beer produced in celebration of both the …
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