All kinds of drinks


Wine grapes growing in popularity throughout state

The Michigan Craft Beverage Council released its 2020 Michigan Grape and Hop Inventory report in March, and it revealed the wine grape inventory in Michigan increased by 325 acres.

Coffee company launches investment campaign

Grand Rapids-based Roast Umber is funding the growth of its product line and expansion of distribution with capital raised from community investors.

Michigan’s first gluten-free brewery to open in Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids has no shortage of beer for enthusiasts, but for those with a gluten allergy, it can feel like wandering through a desert with nothing to drink.

Brewers say grants help keep establishments open, save jobs

LANSING — West Michigan is celebrated nationally for its breweries.

Perrin Brewing highlights local artisans

Perrin Brewing is honoring local makers with the Craftsmanship Series of videos highlighting Michigan artists and their stories.

Founders Brewing rolling out cocktail-inspired gose

Founders Brewing Co. announced its latest barrel-aged release: Más Agave Clásica Prickly Pear.

Local entrepreneurs advance food justice

The movement for a more equitable future within the food industry is growing, and two local players are among those planting and watering the seeds.

Brewery Vivant reveals new IPA

New to the Brewery Vivant lineup is Rapid IPA, an extension beyond the brewery’s original Belgian-inspired style of beers.

Founders announces Hazy IPA as next limited release

Founders Brewing Co. announced Hazy IPA will be the 17th release in the taproom-only Mothership Series.

Atwater Brewery announces return of fruit favorite

Atwater Brewery announced Whango, its mango wheat fruit ale and most popular seasonal, is returning to market for the first time in two years.

New Holland teams up with Wolverine on special-edition boot

Wolverine Worldwide is teaming up with New Holland Brewing’s Dragon’s Milk brand to create a Wolverine 1000 Mile boot celebrating Dragon’s Milk’s 20th anniversary.

Perrin refreshes year-round IPA lineup

Perrin Brewing Company is reimagining its year-round IPA offerings.

Better-for-you beverage company expands to Michigan

Circle Beverages are now available throughout Michigan.

Bell’s Flamingo Fruit Fight returns; four more variations coming later this year

Bell’s Brewery’s Flamingo Fruit Fight is back for another round.

Perrin Brewing announces return of hazy IPA

Perrin Brewing Company announced the return of Call Me Hazy – Juicy IPA to the Perrin Pub.

Founders creates two new beers for collaboration series

Founders Brewing Co. announced a new local partnership program: Crafted in Michigan Collaboration Series.

Kombucha microbrewers offer Zen in a bottle

Two home brewers in Grand Rapids hope to help people find their Zen with the launch of Zenned Out Kombucha, a kombucha microbrewery coming soon to ecommerce.

New Holland launches Watermelon Spritz

New Holland Brewing Company announced the release of Watermelon Spritz, a spring-friendly beverage that’s one part seltzer, one part sparkling ale and a splash of natural watermelon.

Utility unveils pilot carbon-offset plan

As part of DTE Energy’s 2050 net zero commitment, DTE Gas announced that it will offer customers a new way to reduce their carbon footprint.

Perrin Brewing rereleases Flemish-style sour

Perrin Brewing Company announced the return of Roeselare Flanders red ale sour.

Wine and jazz club prepares to welcome indoor guests

GRNoir Wine & Jazz plans to hold the slightly delayed grand opening of its wine bar and jazz club Monday, the day a statewide ban on indoor dining ends.

Specialty beverage shop opens in Holland

A new café in Holland offers healthy options for those with wellness in mind.  

Brewery launches easy-drinking Midwest ale

Bell’s Brewery would like to (politely) introduce its newest release.

New Holland rings in new year with new releases

New Holland Brewing Co. is kicking off the new year with three new releases.

Fifty-year-old Apartment Lounge launches GoFundMe to come back in spring

Michigan’s oldest operating LGBTQ bar is in danger of closing for good because of COVID-19.