Beer from near and far is available right in Michiana, making it a great place for beer lovers, community blogger Eric Strader says. Here’s a look at some recent releases that can be found around the area.
The pumpkin peach beer mentioned as a farce in Anheuser Busch’s Super Bowl 2014 ad becomes a joking reality. Hop Notes got to talk with the brewer himself.
Dogfish Head, the official brewery of Record Store Day, will have several of their beers available around Goshen to celebrate this day of music.
New Holland’s flagship IPA, Mad Hatter, has been reimagined with Michigan-grown hops, new flavor and a fresh look. The new brew will hit shelves in early May.
Beards Brewery and Blackrocks Brewery are two of the many breweries expanding throughout the state of Michigan. Next time you’re up in Petoskey, stop by Beards and Tap 30 Pourhouse.
Founders Brewing Co.’s block party, which is in its eighth year, is the brewery’s way of saying thanks to the community for its support over the years.
Gose, a German-style sour and salty brew, is getting some new exposure by brewers interested in reviving this forgotten style.
Saturn, a bourbon barrel aged barleywine, has been the most anticipated beer of this series for me. It will hit shelves in Michiana soon.
New Holland Brewing Co. has committed to making specialty beers brewed at its Pub on 8th with exclusively Michigan-grown ingredients by 2016.