St Patrick’s Day at Original Gravity


Below is information about St. Patrick’s Day at Original Gravity from Brad Sancho.

I do want to add one thing about
the Oatmeal Stout pumpernickel beer bread from Erie Bread Company. It will have cheddar cheese and onion baked in. Their bread has become as much of a part of our St. Patrick’s Day as stouts. It will be available at Erie Bread on Saturday.

Looking forward to a great time this St. Patricks Day @ Original Gravity Brewing Company on Sunday March 17th! We will have extended hours this year since it is Sunday. We will be open from Noon until 11pm. Lumpy (Oatmeal Stout) will be on tap later this week to also enjoy on Sunday. We will also have (6) additional small batch stouts on tap for Sunday.

Imperial Chocolate Mint Stout
Dry Stout
Foreign Extra Stout
Milk Stout
Coffee Stout
Ginger Dry Stout

We will be serving huge corned beef sandwiches made with house cooked Grobbels corned beef on Oatmeal Stout pumpernickel beer bread from Erie Bread company. Served with a side of homemade baked potato salad from Erie Bread Company.

This Week at Original Gravity

This post is all about shamelessly plugging my local brewery. Here is what is happening this week at Original Gravity Brewing Company in Milan.

Original Gravity Brewing Co. Small Batch Release tomorrow night 12/21 @ 6pm.
Chocolate Vanilla Mint Stout!! Delicious stout spiced with fresh mint and vanilla beans…served on nitro!!!

Beer and Movie Night – “Christmas Vacation” @ 8:30pm. No cover.
Also wear you favorite ugly holiday sweater for a chance to win a $50 OG gift card!

New brewery to open in Milan Michigan – Original Gravity Brewing Company

If you haven’t heard already, Milan is getting it’s own brewery. Ypsilanti home brewer, Brad Sancho will soon be living the dream all home brewers hope to eventually graduate to. Brad has been home brewing for around 6 years using a 10 gallon all-grain system he built in his garage. He’s making the career transition from mechanical engineering to brewer/business owner.
The brewery is located right off of US-23 and just east of downtown Milan at 440 County Street. When asked why he chose Milan, Brad responded ” I wanted the intimacy of a small town brewery, but also the potential for growth.” “I wanted to start my businees in a town did not yet have a local brewery.” “The folks in Milan have been very supportive.” “I currently live in Ypsilanti, and have lived in the area my whole life.”

As far as styles that will be on tap at OGBC, it sounds like hop heads will be in heaven. “I am a definite hop head, thus IPA is tops on the list for me.” Brad said. “Unfortunately the current hop “crisis” is going to put a severe damper on a plan for an IPA at the pub. ” “My exact line is not finalized and will be dictated by what hops I can obtain.” “I have secured some Hallertau hops, so an Altbier is going to be on the line-up. I plan to have 4-5 regular beers plus a specialy tap.”

The real question is; when will it open? “My fingers are crossed for an opening in March as early as possible.” Brad said. “Wish me luck.”