I found this article in the New York Times and was intrigued! I hope that they give homebrewers like me a chance to try this out!
Thank the beer gods! This was a stupid law!
Michigan lawmakers give up on beer keg law after it backfired
Take a look at the date… JUNE 28—30, 2018! Maybe now those of us with kids can go because it won’t be finals week… (I’m looking at you, Jennifer Bilyk!) Woo hoo!
Finally! A nuclear test that I can get behind…
My beer cellar is now officially a bomb shelter… LOL
I’m so excited to be heading to Homebrew Con (the American Homebrewers Association National Homebrewers Conference) next week. I’m getting there a day early so that I can hit the Chop & Brü PreFunk Party on Wednesday night. I’m also excited to have my homebrew club, the Motor City Mashers, there on Club Night.
I’m hoping to do some videos and take photos from the event, so stay tuned. (Note to self: Check on media credentials… LOL!)
If you’re on the fence about attending, don’t be… just go! Check out this video:
According to a report from Crain’s Detroit Business, Founder’s Brewing Company is coming to Midtown Detroit and opening a taproom at 456 Charlotte Street. An announcement is expected on April 25, 2017 according to Crain’s.
More information can be found here (thanks to MLive): http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2017/04/founders_brewing_company_repor.html
For those of us here in the United States that didn’t have the opportunity to get in on ‘Equity for Punks’ like those in Europe will get our chance this May!
I’ve been a fan of BrewDog for quite a while. I love their TV show ‘Brew Dogs’ on the Esquire Channel. The crazy things that James Watt and Martin Dickie do in the pursuit of making great beers makes me want to be a professional brewmaster even more. Who knows? Maybe someday I’ll be lucky enough to brew with them!
Equity for Punks USA is a program that will allow anyone living in the US to invest in BrewDog USA, and “…help fuel the craft beer revolution as we combine Europe’s most explosive craft brewery with the world’s most exciting craft beer market!”
Read more about this program by going here: https://www.brewdog.com/lowdown/blog/equity-for-punks-usa .
Get signed up to learn more information by going to https://www.brewdog.com/equityforpunksusa .
According to an article I found on the Metro Times website, it looks like Shorts Brewing Company is dropping its ‘Michigan Only’ promise and will start selling its beer in the Chicago area and in Pennsylvania.
I feel that this is a smart move for the organization, as it allows them to expand their market and to keep up with the very tight craft beer market. This also allows those of us Michigan beer lovers to brag even more about what makes Michigan beer great!
You go, Shorts, and congratulations!!!
This is great news for brewers AND for the Great State of Michigan!
Michigan’s hops acres to double (from the Traverse City Record-Eagle)