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Archive for February, 2013

Red Cedar Grill and Frankenmuth Brewery Team For Traditional German Meal

Posted on: February 25th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


Germany’s proud pairing of food and beer may be one of the best combinations amongst any country from around the world. Our brewery in Michigan is proud to carry on the tradition and, this Thursday, February 28, the Red Cedar Grill has created a menu to honor this delicious mix of fare and brew. (more…)

Deciphering Different Types of Ale

Posted on: February 22nd, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


It can be difficult to choose from all of the different types of ales when drinking at your favorite breweries in Michigan. Check out our ale guide to discover the distinct qualities of each, learn about the flavors and find out how our brewery puts a unique stamp on each beer. (more…)

Creating the Ideal Beer and Cheese Pairings With Frankenmuth Brewery

Posted on: February 19th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


The art of beer and cheese pairings is truly a science. It takes balancing the age, firmness, and intensity of cheese with the carbonation, flavors, and sweetness of beer. Find out which beers from your favorite Michigan breweries, like Frankenmuth Brewery, pair best with the finest cheeses. (more…)

Toledo-Area Ralphie's Taps Into Michigan Beer

Posted on: February 15th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments

RalphiesLogoGet ready faithful brew fans of Toledo! Ralphie’s will now be featuring two of our finest creations, the Batch 69 American-Style IPA and Frankenmuth Pilsener. Four locations of the restaurant and sports bar chain, including the Holland, Oregon, Perrysburg, and Sylvania establishments, will now be serving suds from our Michigan brewery.

Trying to figure out what to eat at Ralphie’s while imbibing our Batch 69 IPA and Pilsener? May we suggest chowing down on a plate of 20 Rajun Cajun wings and pairing it with a draft pour of Batch 69 to take the edge off. You could also try the delicious chicken tender wrap or chili mac and cheddar bowl, both of which would be nicely complimented by a bottle of our Pilsener.

We’re excited to be bringing the gap between the Mitten State and the Buckeye State and hope that we can push aside any college football rivalries. After all, we’d do just about anything for the sake of drinking great beer. So, whether you’re looking for a place to watch a big game or just seeking some of  the best bar fare in the Toledo area, check out the nearest Ralphie’s and enjoy a few craft beers from our Michigan brewery.

Frankenmuth Brewery’s Brewmaster for a Day is Back

Posted on: February 13th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments

Want to step behind the scenes of a Michigan brewery and become the Brewmaster for a Day?  (more…)

Frankenmuth Brewery Spreads the Love With a Valentine's Day Dinner

Posted on: February 10th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments

valentinesdaydinnerCupid has taken aim at our Michigan brewery and we are preparing an elegant Valentine’s Day dinner to celebrate the occasion. Every item on the menu is prepared with couples in mind, so foodies and beer lovers better come ready to eat!

Our special feast offers two complete meals for $40 and features some delightful food options from our classic menu. Start off the meal with your choice of three appetizers, including our world famous buffalo rolls, cheesy brewer’s bread and spinach dip, which is appropriately filled with festive artichoke hearts.

After enjoying the first course of this Valentines Day dinner with your date, we’re offering couples a choice of soup or salad. Dive into our scrumptious Navy bean soup, chow down on the hearty French onion or fill up on the loaded potato. For those who’d prefer a lighter option, we’d suggest one of three salads. Choose from our classic house salad, side Caesar or our cherry salad made with Michigan fruit.

Hopefully by the time the third course rolls around you’ll still have some room for our tasty entrée options. We’re happy to say our fan favorite mac & cheese, marinara covered chicken Parmesan, juicy sirloin fillet and spicy Cajun salmon will be on the menu. Don’t stop there though, as we want to satisfy your sweet tooth too! Select from our decadent German chocolate cake, or our delicious raspberry and red velvet cheesecakes.

Make your Valentine’s Day dinner more special with a tasting of all our Michigan beer
selections and take home a growler of your favorite brew at the end of your meal. We’re spreading the love this February 14 and we hope that you will join us for a delightful night of tantalizing food and craft beer.

Beer Fans Head North for the Traverse City Winter Microbrew Fest

Posted on: February 7th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


For the fourth year in a row, Michigan beer enthusiasts are trekking north to the Traverse City Winter Microbrew and Music Festival. After all, a few snowflakes and icy roads can’t stop brew fanatics from reaching a mecca of craft beer. (more…)

Frankenmuth Brewery Preps for Pine Knob Tap Takeover

Posted on: February 5th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments

Gather up your skis and snowboards, as Frankenmuth Brewery is launching a tap takeover of mountain-size proportions. We’re heading down to Pine Knob on Saturday, February 9, to offer snow bunnies and boys our Michigan beer after an exhausting day of winter recreation.

Our tap takeover is happening at Clarkston’s Off the Wall Lounge, which conveniently lies at the base of Pine Knob Ski Resort. Running from 6:30 PM until close, there will be specials on a large selection of beers from our Michigan brewery. Your draft beer choices will include Harvest Ale, Red Sky Ale, Pilsener and Batch 69 American Style IPA. The bottled selection will feature Munich Style DunkelAmerican Blonde, Hefeweizen, Pilsener, Red Sky Ale and Batch 69 IPA.

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