The Ferndale taphouse and production facility
Two Roots Brewing Co. says it needs more capacity to meet the growing demand for its cannabis-infused drinks and other beverages
Stroh's Bohemian-Style Pilsner, launched in 2016, also gets a new look
Marquette's Ore Dock Brewing will pour a strawberry rhubarb sour brown ale to kick off beer festival Saturday in Ypsilanti.
Albion Malleable Brewing Co. co-owner Ben Wade discusses the year-old brewery and it's lineup of beers.
The top’s been popped on the 22nd annual Michigan Brewers’ Guild Summer Beer Festival at Ypsilanti’s Riverside park with tickets still available.
Troy native Ryan Brady, the first-ever brewmaster for Labatt USA, is directing the company's innovation efforts, and is the mind behind Blue Citra
Some beers just cost more. That's why Winter Fest guests will spend more tokens for some tastes, and why at least one brewer will bring fewer brews
The seasonal wheat beer is a local and regional favorite
Arbor Brewing has brought two new IPAs to market and, aside from containing hops, they couldn’t be more different: A NEIPA and a brut.
Atwater Brewing on Thursday released Barrel-Aged VJ Black, its first-ever barrel-aged imperial stout, based on its longtime stalwart porter.
Roak Brewing is tasting two beers just coming to market: A French Toast Devil Dog stout, and Little Saint Nick, a cranberry gose.
Organized by the Michigan Brewers Guild, the party is Friday and Saturday
Fort Street Brewery has attended its last beer festival. It's closing its doors at the end of August, a victim of economics and highway construction.
If you’re going to the Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival in Ypsilanti today, here are five things you probably need to try.