Without the expansive homebrewing industry in West Michigan, it’s unlikely the Grand Rapids brewing scene would be as robust and internationally known as it is today.
As the beer world shrinks with breweries on every corner, it’s more important than ever for the industry to also expand its world.
April 7 is National Beer Day, the perfect excuse to spend today celebrating the great beer of West Michigan.
There might not be a more well-traveled brewer than Ron Jeffries, the brewer behind the beers at Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales. With Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria and Brewery opening this week, 428 Bridge St. NW, GR|MAG decided to chat with Jeffries to get to know how his magical beers come together.
The popular brewery on Grand Rapids’ West Side announced this month it plans to open a taproom in Saugatuck, the second satellite location for The Mitten, joining a location in Northport.
Grand Rapids gets to celebrate what it arguably does best this month. Starting Thursday, Grand Rapids Beer Month takes hold of the city’s breweries and many bars and restaurants, promoting the idea Grand Rapids is one of the best beer cities in the country.
If there’s an event that helps highlight why Founders Brewing Co. continues to be one of the most-respected and fast-growing breweries in the country, it’s the annual Cellar Raid.
With the 2018 Winter Olympics right around the corner, a Muskegon business is prepared for a boon in business.
Gray Skies Distillery is set to release its first aged whiskey on a large scale, but not without some controversy.
Perhaps the city’s most renowned beer is released today.