craft beer

2:55 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Marshall Brewery Gets Its Own TV Show

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The brewery plans to hold a "red carpet" event for the show's premiere on July 29th.
MARSHALL - Dark Horse Brewing Co. will soon join the ranks of military documentaries, truckers barreling down ice roads and other reality TV shows with its own program on the History Channel. "Dark Horse Nation" will premier at 10 p.m. July 29, according to a description of the show posted at history.com.
Crafts
6:32 pm
Mon March 3, 2014

Founders Beer Made Into Soap

Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

“We get beautiful beer that we really should be drinking, but instead it ends up in soap,” says Kim Sanwald of Brickyard Farms in Delton.

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Design
7:28 pm
Thu January 9, 2014

There's art on my beer: Packaging designers share their work

The box art for Rye Not? by Short's Brewing Company
Credit Imperial Beverage

When you’re at the store, how do you choose a beer? You can look at the price, the brand, the type of beer. But once you’ve narrowed it down, it’s hard not to pick the one with the nice label.

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Food and Drink
7:53 pm
Thu December 19, 2013

Canning beer: The new trend in craft brewing

Brewery Vivant's stored cans and kegs of beer
Credit Josh Hirsch

At the Bell's Brewery facility in Comstock, Bell's is putting the finishing touches on a new canning facility. Jeff Carter is the facilities manager for Bell's. He says the brewery hopes to start canning its most popular seasonal beer, Oberon, by next summer.

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6:40 am
Tue September 10, 2013

Legislation would allow craft brewers to increase output

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Governor Snyder supports bills to allow breweries to produce more each year
Lansing- Michigan's burgeoning craft beer industry is backing a bipartisan package of bills to loosen the state's complex array of brewery regulations and allow further expansion. While lawmakers and craft beer industry officials agree the reforms are needed, some microbrewery owners argue the steps may not be enough to jolt the industry into much higher growth.

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