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Cheers to 150 Years of Vernors

Vernors, Detroit's iconic ginger pop, celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. The fizzy, golden ginger drink got its start in a Woodward Avenue soda fountain, and, as the beverage's popularity grew, a bottling plant and company headquar…

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Staff Picks of the Week

Zach: Avery Perzik Saison “Avery Brewing Co.’s newer cans (Raja and Liliko’i Kepolo) have been an awesome addition to the shop. I’ve been digging their…

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Will Run 4 Beer

We believe beer can play a role in an active lifestyle, both for its nutritive value, and for the strong sense of camaraderie that exists both in sport and craft beer. Thanks to its water, carb and protein…

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What is a firkin?

Last Friday we tapped our first-ever firkin as part of our Tappin’ Happenin’ with Farmington Brewery. Many of you wondered what made that curious little keg so special. A firkin is a unit of measure eq…

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NOEL NIGHT BEER TENT

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting the first ever Beer Tent for Noel Night from 5:00 - 10:00 on Saturday, December 5th.    Located on the front lawn of the Detroit Public Library, on the corner of Kirby and Woodward,  we …

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Goose Island Bourbon County Stout

We know everyone is looking forward to the Goose Island release.  We will post when we are going to sell Bourbon County, but we won't be releasing it on Friday, November 27th.   We are not sure how much we are go…

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Veterans Day

Happy Veterans Day! Both of our families have a history of serving our country.  Brigid's family has served in every altercation since the Revolutionary War.  Tim's family (more recent immigrants) served in World War II.  In fact, Tim…

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