I know it is last minute but I need to share this event. Monroe is having a beer fest right downtown this Saturday! There are a lot of great breweries lined up along with local flavors from the Monroe restaurants. Please come out and join the fun and support Monroe. They are closing down a street for this event! it is a big deal.
Breweries include… Arbor, Arcadia, Atwater, B. Nektar, Bells, Brewery Vivant, Cheboygan, Founders, Grand Armory, Griffin Claw, Maumee Bay, Right Brain and Saugatuck
The local Relay for Life event is less than 4 weeks away. A charity that not only raises money but also builds a community for survivors and the loved ones of them and the ones we lost. It is an event that is sometimes moving and always inspiring.
One of the events that the We Continue the Fight team puts on is a beer tasting. This year we have added wine and some cider. I helped pick out the beer again this year. I am pretty excited about the menu this year. Oh yeah, I almost forgot! There is a pie auction! These pies are excellent. My Mother in Law bakes them and they are part of the reason why I am now old fat Kevin.
Here are the event details…
Beer & Wine Tasting for We Continue the Fight
Saturday May 12, 2018
@ Harbor Inn & Ale
13993 LaPlaisance Rd
Gift Basket Raffle, 50/50 Raffle and Pie Auction
Tickets are $30 per person
Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door at Harbor Inn & Ale.
Join us May 1 for the 100th anniversary of the start of prohibition. Michigan went dry before Ohio. Alcohol from Toledo poured into Monroe giving Dixie Hwy the nickname “Avenue de Booze”.
In honor of this historic night, McGeady’s Town Pub will feature two guest speakers: Gerald Wykes; Local historian, freelance writer and illustrator, teller of tales – most of which are true. He will cover local prohibition history. Also joining us will be Stephen Johnson, author of “The Detroit Beer Book” and owner of Motor City Brew Tours. He will share stories of Detroit’s dry days. Learn more about the Detroit Beer Book at: http://DetroitBeerBook.com/
Toledo’s Maumee Bay Brewing Company will cross the border to take over the taps. Plus, McGeady’s will have a special menu. Food and drinks start at 6pm with the presentation beginning at 6:30.
This should be a great event and I am really looking forward to it. I love it when beer Fest are that close to my house. Below are the details from the event’s website…
Tap into a beer lover’s wintertime paradise at the inaugural Toledo Walleye Winter Brewfest on Friday, January 2. Tickets are on sale now! The Winter Brewfest will take place at Fifth Third Field during the much anticipated 10-day Walleye Winterfest, presented by ProMedica.
Beer beginners and experienced enthusiasts will get to sample more than 250 beers from over 50 breweries while enjoying live music on two stages AND fun and games all around the main concourse!
Advanced tickets are $35. Ticket will be $45 on the day of the event. That price includes 15 “taste tickets”, each good for a 3-ounce beer sample. Additional taste tickets will be available at the event.
There will also be a special VIP ticket available for $55, which includes 20 taste tickets, grazing stations and exclusive beer drafts.
Not a beer drinker? Designated Driver Brewfest tickets are available for $25. DD VIP tickets, which include early access to pregame grazing stations, are $45.
BUY BREWFEST TICKETS ONLINE!
All that beer taste-testing is sure to make you hungry. The Hen and Hound will be open during Brewfest and serving plenty of delicious food for those wanting a hot bite to eat.
Doors open to VIP ticket holders at 5:30 p.m. Gates open to the general public at 6 p.m.
Saugatuck Brewing Company and 129 Lounge are having a homebrew contest Saturday December 13 starting at 7 pm. The winner will brew on Saugatuck’s brewing system then have their beer on tap at 129 Lounge.
This is a really nice prize with a cash value of over 250 dollars. It would also be nice to get together with other local home brewers. Come on out to share some of your beer and if someone who is passionate about homebrewing pass this event onto them, the more the merrier. Yes, it is short notice but homebrewers also have beer ready to serve this time of year.
A week that includes the first day of spring and St. Patrick’s Day is a pretty damn good week. But when it ends with The 4th Annual March of Dimes Michigan Beer & Wine Tasting, you just turned it up to eleven.
This fantastic event held on the Saturday after St. Patrick’s Day has become the biggest craft beer event in Monroe. It has great food, fabulous Michigan craft beer and wine and the money goes to a worthy cause, The March of Dimes.
Below are the event details and vendor list…
4th Annual Michigan Beer & Wine Tasting.
Saturday, March 22, 2014 1-4pm
Tickets are $35.00 in advance, $40.00 at the door.
Price includes 12 3-ounce pours, lunch buffet and door prizes. You’ll also have an opportunity to bid on silent auction baskets & 50/50 raffles. Tickets are available at Harbor Inn & Ale, by calling Darcy Merritt @ (734) 968-7991, (734) 457-4445 or by calling Mac Merritt @ (734) 552-6410 or at Keybank North Telegraph office. In order to make sure we have enough beer, wine & food we only sell a small amount of tickets at the door. Advance tickets are recommended.
Arbor Brewing Co.
Dark Horse Brewery
Fenton Winery and Brewing
Motor City Brewing Works
Mt. Pleasant Brewing
North Peak Brewing Co.
Tabor Hill Winery
Uncle John’s Fruit House Winery
Is everyone ready for spring? I know I am! Good news everyone! The first day of spring is only 2 weeks away. The end of this winter deserves a good party and 129 Lounge, Jake’s Liquor and Atwater are throwing one.
This is a cool event. The premiere craft beer store is getting together with one of the best and first good beer bars in Monroe to put on a launch party. I am hoping it’s a nice enough night to walk down and enjoy some Hop-A-Peel. Let’s think positive.
129 Lounge, Jake’s Liquor & Atwater Hop-A-Peel Launch Party
Thursday, March 20 7:00pm until 10:00pm
Come join us at The 129 Lounge in conjunction with Atwater Detroit Brewery and Jake’s Liquor for Atwater’s 2014 launch of Hop-A-Peel!!! It’s the first time Hop-A-Peel will be available in bottles, Jake’s Liquor will be taking care of that, and we’ll have pints and samplings on tap of this wonderful I.P.A. from Detroit’s Atwater Brewery!!! We’ll have MI Craft Beer specials, stuff to give to you, Atwater Beer, more stuff, drinks, and fun. Come out and show your support for Atwater Detroit, Jake’s Liquor, and 129 Lounge…Say YES to Michigan!!!